The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) representatives listened to presentations by Regent David Barker from the Iowa Board of Re…
The 2021 Iowa State University Faculty and Staff Awards Ceremony took place on Monday in Memorial Union’s Great Hall, celebrating the many out…
The Ames City Council is set to have their Ames Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (AAMPO) Transportation Policy Committee Meeting on Tue…
William “Scott” Dryer is as one of seven candidates running for the three available seats on Ames School Board.
The latest entry from the Sloss Center’s Feminist Friday series Oct. 22 featured speakers discussing the origins of Iowa State’s Principles of…
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Students at Iowa State voice their opinion on the university's new diversity learning outcomes and its degree of control in its curriculum.
Austin Woodin was appointed to the Mary Greeley Board of Trustees in January 2020. He is on the ballot to be officially elected to the position to complete the remaining two years of the term.
Iowa State University Department of Public Safety released a crime alert on Saturday evening, regarding a reported sexual assault on campus.
Charles Small has been appointed as the new interim vice president for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as the search for a permanent replacement continues.
Iowa State's former Interim Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Margo Foreman, parted from the university last week. She is moving on to Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where Foreman will serve as the Vice President and Chief Officer of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
According to Jedidiah Chukwusom, the president of the Adventist Christian Fellowship, for Iowa State community members who want to connect with Christ and bond with others who share their beliefs, ACF is a student organization that provides members this opportunity.
Ames resident and former School Board Member Anita Rollins is running for the Ames City Council in Ward 3 unopposed.
Ward 1 Rep. Gloria Betcher is running for re-election to her Ames City Council seat. She was originally elected in November 2013 and has served in the position since.