Well-wishers gathered in Beardshear Hall last week to thank Elizabeth Hoffman for her many contributions as Iowa State's executive vice president and provost.
Seven Iowa State students played essential roles in the creation of ISU's exhibit on display now at the 2012 Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C.
The culprit for a dark campus last Tuesday afternoon was a rotted tree north of the Applied Sciences Complex -- and unfortunately along a major electrical line owned by the city of Ames. Here's a look at the process of restoring power to campus.
Volunteers pulled 25 bags of trash from the banks and bottom of College Creek during the annual cleanup Saturday.
While the heat wave may dampen your walk to and from the car, it shouldn't affect the temps inside your office this week.