Student Government opened discussions on new bills, including a shift in the Senate Discretionary account along with debt contracts and fundin…
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will examine funding for a variety of university organizations and review debt contracts.
The Ames City Council discussed methods to increase community engagement during the first goal setting meeting.
*Editor's Note: This article has been edited to clarify that Student Government is considering the TAO application, but has not decided on it yet. It is just one in consideration. The Daily regrets this error.
Student Government has been faced with multiple bills throughout the semester sparking discussion and debates.
Discriminatory events on campus have caused students to voice their opinions, and Iowa State’s President Wendy Wintersteen to make major changes moving toward next semester.
Gov. Kim Reynolds spoke to the Iowa Board of Regents Tuesday, during which she thanked the Board for finding innovative ways to address rising tuition and education costs.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government had its last meeting of the semester and analyzed various internal funding bills, reviewed a bill to finance Student Legal Services and revised the Excellence Fund’s principle.
Rachel Junck, 20-years-old, made history by becoming the youngest woman ever to be elected to a political office in Iowa on Tuesday night.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will examine funding for a variety of university organizations, review two debt contracts and look into financing many internal matters.
At its most recent meeting, the Board of Regents listened to Iowa State students’ concerns about campus climate and president Michael Richards said the Board will not organize campus forums.
At its last meeting of the semester, the Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) postponed bills to ratify a new constitution and adopt a new set of by-laws.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) will host its last meeting of the semester where it will be reviewing bills to ratify a new constitution and adopt a new set of by-laws.
Ames City Council will continue its discussion of regulating message businesses in order to prevent human trafficking, Tuesday.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government analyzed a bill that focused on discrimination on campus, discussed the Election Code and reviewed a funding bill.
Iowa State President Wendy Wintersteen sent an email Wednesday denouncing racism after a swastika was etched in a den door in Buchanan Hall.
After a series of incidents including racially motivated vandalism and threats to protesters, there has been consistent talks of racial issues on campus. The name of one particular student group keeps coming up: Students Against Racism.
Editor's note: This article previously incorrectly quoted Community Outreach Specialist Anthony Greiter. The incorrect quote has been removed. The Daily regrets this error.
Over 100 students met with 30 property owners at the Residency Fair to discuss off-campus living options.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will address a tabled bill from last week to help prevent racism by meeting student demands and reviewing a funding bill.
The annual residency fair Tuesday will allow Iowa State students to ask landlords questions about rental options in Ames.
As fall turns to winter, the roads get busier. With multiple upcoming holidays to celebrate, if individuals are uneducated on the importance of safety in Iowa winter conditions, traveling to and from festivities could be risky.
The Iowa Board of Regents met Thursday, and President Wendy Wintersteen delivered an address to the regents on the status of Iowa State.
Student Government was visited by Iowa State students who addressed a recent incident on Reddit which police are looking into, discussed a constitutional amendment and examined funding bills at Wednesday night’s meeting.
At the Iowa Board of Regents meeting yesterday, committees recommended actions for the board to take and an Iowa State student took the chance to speak on campus issues.
Fifteen minutes before Game Jam starts, the bottom floor of Eilings Hall is quiet, the lobby upstairs is almost empty and the loudest sound is somebody taking a call in the corner.
The Iowa Board of Regents will meet Wednesday and Thursday to discuss various initiatives that affect Iowa State students and the community of Ames.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will address student demands to prevent racism on campus, discuss a constitutional amendment and review a funding bill.
Implementations of reforms following the campus climate survey performed two years ago continue to move forward as student efforts to speak out on campus ramp up.
Wednesday night, Student Government passed a bill censuring the Department of Residence for their reaction time and statements on issues regarding recent events.
Student Government passed a bill regarding events impacting the Department of Residence, funded club and organization requests and reviewed bills regarding internal matters at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Student Government will be reviewing a bill Wednesday night that addresses recent controversial events and similar events on campus from past years.
All of Ames’ solid waste will be going to the landfill due to power plant boiler tube failures.
Below is information about the five candidates running for the Ames City Council. Three candidates are running to represent Ward 4, one is running to represent Ward 2 and one is running to be an at-large.
Bronwyn Beatty-Hansen, one of Ames’ current at-large representatives, is running for re-election to the Ames City Council.
Local elections in Story County have a very low voter-participation rate, lacking both student and adult voter turnout, according to the city of Ames.
Halloween is today, and the Ames and Iowa State community have planned festivities for the spooky night.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will examine funding for a variety of university organizations, reviewing a debt contract and looking into calling for a special election.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) updated their website with the assistance of Jack Polifka, systems analyst in the Graduate College and former GPSS senator from 2014 to 2015.
During the first half of the Iowa State versus Oklahoma State football game, a fan fell from the second deck of Jack Trice Stadium, falling onto fans below.