Recently, four organizations came together to present a new LGBTQIA+ pride flag, but this time, it also represents the pride of a city: Des Moines.
Iowa State's plans involving testing for COVID-19 over the summer and updated vaccination numbers were announced Wednesday.
Connie Hargrave has been appointed as the new associate dean for equity and engagement for the College of Engineering.
Sexually transmitted infections and diseases (STIs and STDs) have reached an all-time high in the United States, according to the Centers for …
President Joe Biden’s executive order to raise the minimum wage for federal contract workers to $15 an hour has created some speculation that this is a push for Congress to raise the national minimum wage.
A bill to fund a gender-neutral bathroom in Lied Recreation Center was tabled until next year at the Student Government meeting April 21 to allow all parties involved to have more time to agree on the specifics of the bill and improve the outcome.
There was a virtual town hall for Iowa State faculty and staff to ask questions about returning to campus workspaces, policies regarding COVID-19 for the fall 2021 semester and COVID-19 vaccinations Thursday.
Three months after the insurrection, President Joe Biden championed America’s progress made since he took office and the work to come in his addressed joint session of Congress.
This past year at Iowa State University has posed many unfamiliar challenges to both staff and students. The rampant coronavirus forced the university to alter many aspects of campus life in order to provide a safe place for students to focus on academics.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article misstated D.C. was larger in population than Virginia. It has since been corrected to state D.C. is larger than Vermont, the Daily regrets this error.
Ames City Council approved a project to install security cameras in public areas of Campustown during its meeting Tuesday. This project has been in the works for nine years and is intended to increase safety in the area.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article misquoted Teaching Professor Dirk Deam. The correction has been made. The Daily regrets this error.