Fall enrollment tops 31,000
This fall's student body of 31,040 is the largest in school history. It's the fourth year of record enrollment and the sixth consecutive year of growth at Iowa State.
Bowles will discuss national debt in Sept. 13 talk
Erskine Bowles, who is at the center of dialogue on America's deficit crisis, will give a public address on the national debt Sept. 13 and participate in the installation ceremony for president Steven Leath on Sept. 14.
Regents meet on campus Sept. 12
FY14 state appropriation requests and the future of tuition set aside are among the agenda items.
There's a new brew on campus
1858. It's the year Iowa State was founded, and it's also the university's new signature coffee.
Colleges, ITS fund popular online tutorial site
When it looked like lynda.com wouldn't be back on campus this year, the colleges and information technology services came up with the funding to save the popular training site. As a result, ISU students, faculty and staff will continue to have unlimited access to some 1,400 software tutorials.
Stange Road work resumes Sept. 10
Lane closures between Pammel Drive and the Squaw Creek bridge will mean one lane of traffic in each direction for about three weeks.