Getting a college degree is one of the most economically stressful and time-consuming undertakings any person can pursue. Often, students can …
Since elementary school, people are taught that humans first came to North America across the Bering Land Bridge during the last ice age. New …
The Board of Regents' June 1 through 3 meeting commenced with the reelection of Pro Tem Sherry Bates and closed session performance evaluation…
As COVID-19 cases have started to lessen in Ames and Iowa, the Ames Public Library has moved to reopen to its pre-COVID schedule.
After the decision made at the Ames City Council meeting to wait until Tuesday for the decision to repeal the face covering ordinance, student…
Iowa State has announced new changes to the face covering policy based on the CDC’s interim public health recommendations. This new policy states that those who have been fully vaccinated as defined by the CDC are not generally required to wear a mask on university property according to the policy statement.
Iowa State's plans involving testing for COVID-19 over the summer and updated vaccination numbers were announced Wednesday.
A bill to fund a gender-neutral bathroom in Lied Recreation Center was tabled until next year at the Student Government meeting April 21 to allow all parties involved to have more time to agree on the specifics of the bill and improve the outcome.
This past year at Iowa State University has posed many unfamiliar challenges to both staff and students. The rampant coronavirus forced the university to alter many aspects of campus life in order to provide a safe place for students to focus on academics.
With the end of Iowa State’s COVID-19 academic year approaching, students shared their overall opinions on webcam-based courses.
The Iowa State Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) held its final legislative meeting for the 2020-2021 school year Monday night.
The Cyclone Student Health Center announced Monday that they are now able to split the first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine without having to remain on campus.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) will meet virtually Monday to discuss funding allocation for graduate organizations.
In addition to attending classes full time, a group of four undergraduate industrial engineering students helped plan the recent mass vaccination clinics taking place on campus.