Iowa State’s economic department and club will host a lecture on risk management from the perspective of uncommon risk takers.
The concern of whether a woman can win the presidency has lingered throughout the Democratic primary season.
One week in February is set aside to bring awareness and visibility to one group within the LGBTQIA+ community, the aromantic spectrum.
A study is showing trees and vegetation in urban areas turn green earlier but are less sensitive to temperature change than vegetation in surr…
Sexual education courses are taught in middle school, high school and even some elementary classes. Iowa State takes those courses to another level by having subject-focused classes for students to take part in.
The Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) has a new chair following the resignation of Troy Price.
Engineers’ Week, informally known as E-Week, will take place from Sunday through Friday, highlighted with events for students coordinated by the student-led executive committee.
Women dressed in white, wearing sashes of gold that said “Votes for Women,” stood at the entrances and sat in the seats of the Great Hall of the Memorial Union for the kick off to the “Hard Won, Not Done” centennial.
Jazzmine Brooks, the equity and inclusion coordinator for the Office of Equal Opportunity, filled the Sloss House with discussion Friday.
As a part of Black History Month, Parks Library presented the film “I Am Not Your Negro” on Thursday to a room of 13 people.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures hosted a “Virtual Reality and Real Snacks” reception as part of LAS Week in Pearson Hall on Thursday.
Following the intervention of Attorney General William Barr, four federal prosecutors withdrew from the Roger Stone case Tuesday.