Sept. 7, Iowa State’s equipment operations released a picture of their new set of apparel that prominently features the Jack Trice symbol. Whi…
Cassandra Collier is the newest addition to Iowa State’s women and gender studies program as a sociology and criminal justice lecturer.
Today’s Feminist Friday event, lead by Sandra Marcu, Director of the Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equity, covered many commonly asked que…
Feminist Friday is an ongoing series of presentations at Iowa State University as part of the Margaret Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equit…
According to downtown Ames’ fourth annual Pridefest, expressing individual pride in any form is an important aspect to the Ames community. The celebration, entitled “PROUD to be me!,” is hosted by Youth Services and began Sunday. The festivities will continue until Sunday.
CJ Simmons, a freshman in computer science at Iowa State, is the first descendant of Archie Martin, whom Martin Hall was named in honor of, to live in the residence hall.
Wednesday night, the Octagon Center for the Arts hosted two Iowa State faculty members for a gallery talk highlighting their work.
“Included”- that’s what Colleen Luksetich, a junior in history education, said about how the Center for LGBTQIA+ Student Success welcome event made her feel.
Deb Marquart shared excerpts of her new book focused on exile and belonging at the semester’s first Monologue Monday yesterday on the steps of Parks Library.
For the first Monday Monologue of the semester, Deb Marquart, distinguished professor in Iowa State’s English department and master of fine arts (MFA) program in creative writing and environment, will read excerpts from her latest work, “The Night We Landed on the Moon: Essays Between Exile and Belonging.”
The Suffrage Project by Mary Kline-Misol gives audiences a sobering reminder of how many years and how many women it took to achieve the current form of gender equality.
Margo Foreman, Interim Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion and Equal Opportunity, said the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) will continue to serve Iowa State’s students, employees, alumni, visitors and the City of Ames.
According to Denise Williams-Klotz, assistant director of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs at Iowa State, the office will continue to ensure that all multicultural students have the tools they need to be successful.