Iowa State’s economic department and club will host a lecture on risk management from the perspective of uncommon risk takers.
One week in February is set aside to bring awareness and visibility to one group within the LGBTQIA+ community, the aromantic spectrum.
Jazzmine Brooks, the equity and inclusion coordinator for the Office of Equal Opportunity, filled the Sloss House with discussion Friday.
As a part of Black History Month, Parks Library presented the film “I Am Not Your Negro” on Thursday to a room of 13 people.
Editor's Note: Previously this article had stated the Nineteenth Amendment gave white women the right to vote, rather than giving all women the right to vote. The Iowa State Daily has updated this article to correct this error. The Daily regrets this error.
This week's Feminist Friday will feature speaker Jazzmine Brooks, the equity and inclusion coordinator for the Office of Equal Opportunity. Brooks will be leading a discussion at 1 p.m. in the Margaret Sloss Women’s Center on “Rural Black Doula Chronicles: Addressing Disassociation of the Body and Mind” despite the fridges temperatures this Friday.
As a way to celebrate Black History Month, there will be a film screening this Thursday.
Proposal submissions for the fifth annual Transforming Gender and Society Conference is now open to students.
Registration for one of Iowa State's largest annual conferences is now open.
The current dean of students is moving on from Iowa State, and a farewell reception is taking place for him.
The Ames and Iowa State community came together for the very first Black Arts and Music Festival (BAMF) on Saturday and Sunday.