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.

With this year's hurricane season coming to a close, 2017 could become the costliest hurricane season in U.S. history. According to the National Hurricane Center, this September's accumulated cyclone energy was 3.5 times more active than an average September between the years 1981 and 2010.

With paparazzi following their every move and millions looking up to them, the hot topic of celebrity publicity is the endorsement of presidential candidates. Whether it be via Twitter, talk show, or magazine interview, celebrities are exercising their first amendment rights and making it clear to America which box they will be checking on November 8th.

Actor Gene Wilder, known for his starring roles in "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" and "Young Frankenstein" passed away Monday Aug. 29 from complications from Alzheimer's Disease, according to a statement from Jordan Walker-Pearlman, Wilder's nephew. 

After seeing the hurt from students and colleagues that followed the Orlando shooting on Sunday morning, John Reynolds, Frederiksen Court apartment community manager, began working on a way to honor the victims.

ISU student Emily Wright was in Stade de France for the Parisian soccer match against Germany on Friday when a bomb went off outside the stadium during the first half of the game, the start of a terrorist attack against France’s capital city.


“Love Is A Verb” premiered at Iowa State on April 15. The film has won multiple film festivals — three of the seven it was entered in — and it has been shown all over the world.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s phone call with President Barack Obama was seen as a positive step between the two countries after decades of stagnant relations. Change in status quo could potentially affect students from Iran studying in the United States.

ABOARD THE PAPAL AIRPLANE (CNN) -- Pope Francis said Monday that he will not "judge" gays and lesbians -- including gay priests -- signaling a shift from his predecessor and offering another sign that the new pope is committed to changing the church's approach to historically marginalized groups.