Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at age 87 after 27 years of service on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Gov. Reynolds has signed a proclamation extending the Public Health Disaster Emergency order for another 30 days. Bars in Johnson and Story co…
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An additional 918 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Iowa for a total of 76,968 positive cases statewide.
Student Government passed bill 2020-2-030 SR “Support of Iowa State Action to Mitigate the COVID-19 Outbreak on Campus” Wednesday night at a count of 20-8. The bill underwent extreme surgery as many amendments were cut and added throughout the night.
The United States Constitution was signed Sept. 17, 1787, making this year its 233 anniversary. Constitution Day, or Citizen Day, was created to show respect for the signing of the document and to those who have become American citizens.
In the face of safety challenges brought by COVID-19, director Christian Carichner is confident in the ISU Cyclone Football “Varsity” Marching Band's ability to adapt and is using it as an opportunity to branch out into new avenues for the program.
In a virtual setting, students explored career and networking opportunities with over 400 companies at the Fall 2020 Engineering Career Fair.
Iowa State University has been named among the most successful universities in the country when it comes to student engagement and participation in the electoral process, according to the Washington Monthly’s 2020 Best Colleges for Student Voting Honor Roll.
For a man born and raised in California, Nik Heftman, an Iowa State alumnus, believes Iowa is where his dreams became a reality.
Gov. Kim Reynolds provided additional updates for her new proclamation opening bars in multiple counties across the state, as well as responding to Des Moines Public School Districts' new plan to move forward with school in her press conference on Wednesday.
COVID-19 positive cases continue to appear as another 511 individuals tested positive for COVID-19 in Iowa. The total number of positive cases is now up to 73,933 out of the 695,689 Iowans tested.
"Amazing Iowa Women" (2018) by Dr. Katy Swalwell, associate professor in the School of Education and Iowa State alumna, has been chosen to represent the state of Iowa in the Library of Congress’ Great Reads program.