Young voters are turning out at the polls in their highest numbers in recent years.
A new club on campus is aiming to help the homeless while putting plastic to good use.
The Associated Collegiate Press and the College Media Associated recognized the Iowa State Daily’s news and design staff with several awards during their annual convention Thursday through Sunday.
Numbers dropped this year for the We Lead: Womxn’s Empowerment and Leadership Conference, but still resulted in an intimate and vulnerable experience for those who attended.
On Saturday, the Iowa State University Alumni Center will host WE Lead: Womxn’s Empowerment and Leadership Conference.
Halloween is today, and the Ames and Iowa State community have planned festivities for the spooky night.
Iowa State students were able to escape the cold on their way to classes by eating donuts, drinking coffee or hot chocolate and interacting with staff at the annual Donuts With the Dean of Students Office (DSO) event Wednesday morning.
Members of the Panhellenic community screamed their hearts out at Yell Like Hell on Saturday.
ISU WellBeing, with assistance from Occupational Medicine, is sponsoring a flu shot clinic for university employees this month. The clinic will be open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m through Friday in room 205 of the Technical and Administrative Services Facility. Appointments may be required after Friday.
Alpha Omicron Pi and Ames Area Running Club hosted their annual Run for the Roses race early Sunday at Ames Middle school.
Editor's Note: In the spring 2019 semester, the Iowa State Daily introduced “The Talk,” a series with the goal to open up discussion about intimacy among our readers. This semester, we hope to bring in the discussion about mental health through our series “Talk about it.”
One of the biggest questions humans have is if they are “alone” in the universe — if there is life beyond the planet Earth. Apparently people could not wait for an answer, as 3.6 million people have indicated they are interested in or intend to go to a Facebook event called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us.”
Instagram has been used by students to create a level of professionalism for potential employers or to give followers an impression of the best life. For some students, the pressure to “look good online” has taken a toll, causing them to create private accounts known as “finstas” — accounts where people post a raw version of themselves.
Former Cyclone basketball player Jake Sullivan came to Iowa State late Monday to talk about his personal battles with mental illness and spread awareness of the issue.
Coffee culture is embedded in the Ames and Iowa State community, as there is a local shop within a mile of every corner. For a group of students, talking about the drink and comparing different roasts has become an essential part of their campus learning experience.
Mental illness can affect all people, regardless of the position they hold or what point of their life they are in.
The Iowa State-Iowa football game showed a high spike in citations compared to other games.
Iowa State hosted its annual ClubFest on Friday in the Memorial Union.
Iowa State student enrollment for 2019 has 5,597 freshman, which is the largest freshman class in the state of Iowa, according to a press release.
College is a path to set a student up for the career they want, and many students come with a major before they attend Iowa State. However, there are times where the major may end up not being in line with the students’ interests.
The International Nest provides new programs for international students to connect with each other.
While walking to class, a lot of students use longboards as a way to cut their time getting across campus. Longboarding can give people an adrenaline rush while riding down a hill or it can bring friends closer together. Some students shared the reasons why they do it.
Students who are entering college and pulling out federal loans are also looking for jobs to either pay down the loans, or pay for their supplies. At Iowa State’s campus, there are hundreds of job opportunities, and in Ames as a whole, there are even more.
For students in college, caffeine seems to be an essential tool to keep doing homework and the method of obtaining it can be different for all. For most students, there can be a debate about the taste between tea and coffee.
As students work on improving their health and fitness either through nutrition or physical activities, Iowa State provides recreational services to students who are looking for new workout routines or weekend hiking trips.
A Novel Idea is one of the hundreds of clubs at Iowa State, with 85 members but only 10 regulars.
On a Cyclone football game day in Ames, the number of people within city limits — and the number of cars within city limits — increases significantly.
Hundreds of central Iowa community members gathered at Water Works Park to eat ice cream and listen to free music on a hot and humid Labor Day.
In May, freshmen were sitting in their graduation caps and gowns with high school diplomas in hand ready for a life of new beginnings. As the gap between summer and school closed and orientation began, freshmen learned the little Iowa State traditions, such as avoiding the Zodiac.
For a little over 100 years, the Acacia Fraternity House stood at 138 Gray Ave. On July 30, the house, emptied of furniture and memorabilia, was torn down in just four hours.
As the first football game kicks off, many Iowa State fans are preparing for their first tailgate. During this time students hangout with friends old and new for various reasons. For those who are new to Iowa State and unfamiliar with tailgating, students have given their advice to getting started.
The MyState app put out a warning that its information about CyRide predictions and classes may be inaccurate or incomplete while transitioning to a new developer.
Researchers at Iowa State found the proportion of women who drink alcohol is increasing, and those who are drinking more do not necessarily fit stereotypes.
To build a connection between the Iowa State and Ames community, the Student Activities Center will host their annual WelcomeFest at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
Bringing a warm welcome with a cold treat, the Dean of Students Office (DSO) will hand out free ice cream sundaes and popsicles outside the Student Services Building.
During syllabus week some students will experience a whole lot of “new,” from figuring out that “easy” class is more challenging than expected to a student embracing their identity. The Dean of Students Office (DSO) coffers a range of resources to enhance students' success from an academic perspective to a community perspective.
The man who pleaded guilty to murdering Celia Barquín Arozamena was sentenced to life in prison Friday.
As students are beginning to move into their apartments, some may be recovering from homelessness due to a leasing gap, a period between one lease's end and the other's beginning, during which students may not have a place to live.
CyRide’s bus tracking system is changing in time for the start of the next semester. The service “will implement a transition to a new real-time predictive bus service” starting Monday.
Iowa State offers many different opportunities for cultural engagement: museums, a sculpture garden, the first building on campus, artwork surrounding campus buildings and lots of green space. However, many students often overlook the abundance of artwork that sets Iowa State apart from other college campuses.