Snow covers the north lawn of the Memorial Union

Early arrival

What's this? An archive image from last January? No, it's a Veterans Day image of central campus. 

From different angles, library and bookstore seek student savings

The ISU Book Store and the University Library are on the same page concerning affordable course content, a collaborative effort that isn't typical on college campuses. 

ISU delivers $3.4 billion to state economy

An economic impact and investment analysis conducted for the state Board of Regents showed that Iowa State's impact reflects service to families, communities and businesses and benefits to society from an expanded economy and improved quality of life.

Senate considers eliminating words from position responsibility statement

The Faculty Senate will vote at its December meeting to remove some words from the position responsibility statement. It also passed a resolution opposing racist incidents on campus and supporting students that have been affected.

Daniel Hartwig posing in the library archives vault

Daniel Hartwig

Welcome

Daniel Hartwig became head of the library's special collections and university archives on Oct. 1.

Report shows how a faculty work week is spent

Teaching, preparing for class and grading remains the most prevalent duty in the average week of an Iowa State faculty member, according to a new report submitted to the state Board of Regents this week.

Meet student regent Zack Leist

While one could argue he represents the 75,128 students at Iowa's three public universities, Leist sees it as "a huge honor" to serve 3.1 million Iowans.