In recent weeks another variant of COVID-19 has surfaced, worrying medical professionals and researchers around the world. Not much is known a…
The Horticulture Club hosted its annual Poinsettia sale, which helps raise funds for the club to have events and other activities.
On Oct. 27, Iowa State honors students participated in a simulated tornado disaster situation at 31 Frederiksen Court. Those who participated …
Iowa State’s Jazz One ensemble performed “The Nutcracker Suite” Wednesday, a reimagining of Tchaikovsky’s classic, The Nutcracker. The ensembl…
Iowa State's Lecture Series hosted a lecture on the history of Asian immigration to the United States and its cultural implications Tuesday ni…
Iowa State’s department of music and theatre is hosting a jazz performance Wednesday night in Simon Estes Music Hall. The event is named “Jazz Night: The Nutcracker Suite." The concert will be a direct transcription of “The Nutcracker Suite,” a famous album made by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn.
The Iowa Board of Regents approved Iowa State’s request to begin planning to develop and build a solar farm on university property in a partnership with Alliant Energy.
Emeritus Professor, Neil Harl, died at the age of 88 on Nov. 4, at Mary Greeley Medical Center in Ames.
Iowa State is making contributions to the sPHENIX experiment at Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. The experiment will work to understand the nature of the nearly perfect fluid that filled the universe’s earliest moments, quark-gluon plasma.
The Iowa State Pappajohn Center for Entrepreneurship will hold its 6th annual Iowa State Innovation Prize to incentivize the innovative spirit at Iowa State. The event is cohosted by the Agricultural Entrepreneurship Initiative and offers a $1,500 cash prize to the winners of each challenge. Students, faculty, staff and the entrepreneurial community are all welcome to participate in the event.
Iowa State is home to the National Turkey Federation's 2020 Thanksgiving turkeys, Corn and Cob. An open house was held Saturday morning to give the public a chance to meet these special birds and learn about the process behind the production of turkey.
Iowa State based publisher, Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment, held a launch party at Ames Public Library for the release of their first book, "A Moo Cow Came Traveling." The childrens book was written by Mark Mulholland and illustrated by Dorothia Rohner, who were both present at the event, although Mulholland attended virtually from his home in France.
Iowa State's Sukup Atrium was filled with the tones and chimes of the campus's model campanile carillon Friday afternoon. The performance was put on by students taking a carillon course.
Ames public library will hold an event Sunday to celebrate the release of the new children's book, "A Moo Cow Came Traveling." Published by an online journal based out of Iowa State's English department, Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment, this story is the first illustrated book published by the organization.