Editor’s Note: This is part nine in our mental health series "Talk About It.” Sensitive content may follow.
The Women Who Design student club has been meeting weekly this semester to create a network of women supporting each other, create an environm…
Advertising strategies used by beer companies appear to influence underage drinking, according to new research from Iowa State.
Kristen Iversen, professor of creative writing at the University of Cincinnati, discussed some of the content in her book, “Full Body Burden: Growing Up in the Nuclear Shadow of Rocky Flats,” on Tuesday in the Sun Room of the Memorial Union.
Iowa State has begun the search for a new vice president for research following Sarah Nusser’s announcement that she will be completing her five-year term in the position.
Iowa State’s Horticulture Club is hosting a seasonal poinsettia sale during the first week back from fall break. The club will have varieties of the festive flower for sale on campus Wednesday through Saturday.
Every year, Iowa State welcomes students of all majors, from anthropology to engineering, and among them are open option students.
Classes will resume after fall break on Dec. 2, which is also the deadline for freshman Iowa State students completing the OneApp scholarship application.
Iowa State has the largest public campus art collection in the United States.
Former Stanford professor opened up the discussion and re-evaluation of current national security methods in the United States at a lecture Wednesday.
About 130 Iowa State community members took a break throughout their busy day to build customized mental health kits Wednesday.
Editor's Note: In the original publication of this article, the percentage of incoming students that participated in learning communities in the last school year was incorrect.The original percent was 70 percent and the correct number is 78 percent. The mistake was fixed and the Iowa State Daily apologizes for the error.
A “Build Your Own Mental Health Kits” event hosted by Iowa State’s Student Union Board will take place from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Oak Room of the Memorial Union.
Students had the opportunity to go to the Rotunda on the first floor of Curtiss Hall to answer trivia questions pertaining to international travel Tuesday.
The ethics and risks of technological development within the U.S. government will be discussed at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Sun Room of the Memorial Union.
Students are invited to the Rotunda in Curtiss Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to play “Global Trivia” and have a chance to win prizes.
Ice cream made by Iowa State’s Dairy Science Club is sold from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. outside of Lush Auditorium in Kildee Hall every Wednesday.
Pete Buttigieg released a new plan on higher education early Monday.
The fourth finalist for Iowa State’s next university registrar will focus on making a big difference by changing the “little things" if she receives the position.
To recognize and share the stories of those who served the country in the Vietnam War, Steve Feimer, associate professor of justice studies at the University of South Dakota, spoke Thursday.
Iowa State’s College of Human Sciences Career Services department hosted a “Salary and Offer Negotiation Workshop,” on Thursday in the LeBaron Conference Room 1009.
The fourth finalist in the search for Iowa State’s next university registrar will have an open forum 11 a.m. to noon Friday to talk about the position and meet with community members of Iowa State.
Raisbeck Endowed Dean of Iowa State’s Ivy College of Business David Spalding has witnessed the implementation of new aspects of the college.
The third finalist for Iowa State’s new director for the Office of the Registrar spoke about open collaboration between students and staff during an open forum Wednesday.
World Diabetes Day began in 1991 in response to growing concerns around diabetes. This year it will be recognized Thursday.
Margaret A. Palmer spoke about the restoration of America’s water systems and explained how the effects that humans have on water quality and how ecological, ecosystem, and mitigation processes can help reverse those effects Tuesday.
Two Iowa State engineering professors presented their work in developing biopolymers from soybean oil for asphalt production Monday at an open house.
The third finalist in the search for Iowa State’s next university registrar will have a open forum 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday to discuss the position and meet with Iowa State community members. Wednesday’s forum will be in the Soults Family Visitor Center in the Memorial Union.
A presentation on the apparel experiences and successes of Iowa State 2008 apparel, merchandising and design graduates Jennifer Jones and Beth Haskins was hosted Sunday in Morrill Hall.
Iowa State’s Writing and Media Center hosted the workshop “Landing a Perfect Job: Using your First-Gen Experiences on your Resume” at the Hixson-Lied Student Success Center on Thursday.
Editor's note: This is part six in our weekly mental health series "Talk About It." Sensitive content may follow.
Iowa State students gathered for a presentation on what it means to be a first generation college student and how to network Wednesday for the “Networking for First Gen Students: An Important ‘Pizza’ the Puzzle” event.
Iowa State students have the opportunity each week to purchase fresh produce grown at the Horticulture Research Station, located north of campus.
Faculty and stakeholders attended the presentation and open forum given by one of the finalists for Iowa State’s director of the Office of the Registrar, Jerry Ross.
The Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine has entered an agreement with the Universidad De Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, located in the Spanish Canary Islands. The agreement opens up a student exchange program between Vet Med and the Spanish university.
Beate Schmittmann stepped up to the role of dean for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in 2012 to take on the responsibilities of the college.
The second finalist in the search for Iowa State’s next university registrar will have an open forum 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday to discuss the position and meet with Iowa State community members.
The first finalist for Iowa State's new director for the Office of the Registrar visited campus for an open forum Monday.
November is First Generation College Student Awareness Month, and Iowa State will recognize it by celebrating First Gen Week Nov. 4 through 8.
The Associated Collegiate Press and the College Media Associated recognized the Iowa State Daily’s news and design staff with several awards during their annual convention Thursday through Sunday.
Jessica Nigg and Jennifer Watson, Iowa State’s distance education graduate students, are the winners of the Academy of Dietetics and Nutrition Foundation scholarship.