China’s economy is the second largest in the world, posed to become the largest and surpass the U.S. economy as the global economic leader.
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 …
Millennials and Generation Z have a negative view towards the mass media and their economic future, according to a new survey.
Former Canadian diplomat Colin Robertson spoke Thursday evening at the Iowa State Memorial Union about Canada and U.S. relations.
A preliminary hearing will not be taking place for the murder charge brought against Collin Daniel Richards in the death of Iowa State student Celia Barquín Arozamena.
Being at Iowa State and focused on her studies, senior in environmental science Adriana Le Compte Santiago was not aware of a major storm approaching her home island of Puerto Rico last September.
An Iowa State political science professor says the North Korea summit, which aimed to denuclearize the Korean peninsula, ended without a real deal being made.
President Donald Trump will speak to North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un at a summit in Singapore Monday night to discuss North Korean denuclearization.
Iowa State continued to host Odyssey of the Mind’s Grand Finals on May 26, and the Memorial Union was one building which saw non-stop problem solving scenarios from dozens of teams throughout the day.
Rithana Mompremier, sophomore in agricultural engineering, made three moves with her family back and forth from the United States and Haiti, all before the age of six. Once returning back to Haiti at the age of six, Mompremier lived stayed in Haiti until she turned 18 and returned to the United States to pursue her undergraduate degree.
Christy Oxendine recalled looking at one of her international students’ Facebook page and reading the information he had shared about an attack in home country of Egypt.
Matthew Smith, founder of Fortify Rights and former reporter for Human Rights Watch, had a grim message for students about atrocities in Myanmar.
To honor World Food Day, Iowa State hosted a lecture titled “The 2017 Norman Borlaug Lecture," during which many points were made on how Africa could potentially help solve the world’s ever growing hunger problem and solve Africa’s own hunger and poverty.