Iowa State's Department of Music and Theatre is performing “Anon(ymous),” a retelling of the Greek epic poem “The Odyssey” as a modern-day ref…
The Margaret Sloss Center For Women and Gender Equity at Iowa State will be hosting its final Feminist Friday of the semester today.
Iowa State faculty members spend their average work week mostly teaching, according to the Faculty Activities Report study from Academic Affairs Committee submitted to Board of Regents in November.
World AIDS Day has been recognized on Dec. 1 since 1988. This day is an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic, caused by the spread of HIV infection. This day is also a day to mourn those who have died of the disease.
In recognition of World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, Iowa State's Global Health and AIDS Coalition will host World AIDS Awareness Week on campus.
The Faculty Senate will vote this month on a resolution to remove words from position responsibility statements (PRS).
Black Friday is a time for catching deals and getting a head start on holiday shopping, but some question the morality of the unofficial holiday in its juxtaposition with Thanksgiving.
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach is now offering mental health training for rural communities.
Women are rising to new professional heights and have the opportunity to win awards at the third annual Ivy Women in Business Awards hosted by the Ivy College of Business at Iowa State. These awards allow the Ivy College of Business to recognize individuals, businesses or organizations who serve as champions that inspire, lead and encourage women.
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First-year students may be apprehensive about stepping into college academics. Student veterans can have the same feelings when returning from duty.
The rhyme and flow of poetry echoed through the Grant Wood Foyer in Parks Library on Monday.
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The Indian Student Association (ISA) is the second largest student organization on campus and hosts several prominent events throughout the year to bring the international community together, but Diwali is the largest event put on every year.
Poetry readings are set to provide “vivid imagery” at this week’s Monday Monologues.
For students at Iowa State, there exists a group that allows them to have deeper discussions about social justice issues.
At this week's Feminist Friday , Jennifer Hibben, a campus pastor at the Wesley Center and associate pastor for the Collegiate United Methodist Church, had readers approach the talk with open minds to challenge common held beliefs about Christianity.
The International Student Council celebrated diversity at this year’s International Night.
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The Iowa State Veterans Center hosted the 7th Annual Community Supper to show support for military students and to honor those who have served.
The Indian Students' Association (ISA) will present Diwali, the Festival of Lights, from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
As part of Veterans Week at Iowa State, the Iowa State Lectures Program is hosting a lecture about Vietnam veterans.
The Iowa State Veterans Center will bring veterans, military students and families together for food and conversation for the 7th Annual Community Supper.
Religion will enter the conversation at 1 p.m this Feminist Friday at the Margaret Sloss Center For Women and Gender Equity.
The International Student Council (ISC) hosted one of the events of International Week Monday in the Sun Room of the Memorial Union.
As part of the Veterans Day celebrations at Iowa State, the Gold Star Ceremony took place Monday.
A new group has formed on campus with the intent of supporting students.
Drawn by the smell of food, hundreds of people packed into the South Ballroom of the Memorial Union on Sunday for “World Cuisine — Around the World in 30 Dishes.”
International Week is off to a start with “World Cuisine — Around the World in 30 Dishes” on Sunday. The second event of the week is set for Monday.
Four former Iowa State students will be recognized for their military service and their sacrifices at the annual Gold Star Hall ceremony.
One Iowa State professor was a key interview for a documentary film series.
Early on Friday, the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) and Team Red, White and Blue hosted the "Work Out of the Day” event at the Lied Recreation Athletic Center, to raise awareness for veteran suicides.
Students and Iowa State administrators gathered together to discuss the Students Against Racism demands on Thursday in the Sun Room in the Memorial Union.
The Army ROTC and Team Red White and Blue will be hosting “The Work Out of the Day” event at the Lied Recreation Athletic Center at 6 a.m. Friday.
Two individuals associated with Iowa State are starting a study focused on the plus-sized student experience in higher education.
One Iowa State student organization is bringing a speaker to campus for a guest lecture.
As part of National Native American Heritage Month, it is important to recognize parts of the Native American community that may not be well known. One of these groups includes people who identify as “two-spirit.”
The Digital Accessibility Lab is being opened for students with disabilities on campus.
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Apple has released new emojis featuring gender-neutral characters and people with disabilities as part of its latest iOS software.