Camping for a cause
Iowa State's student veterans club is braving the cold and snow all week to raise awareness of homelessness among U.S. veterans.
A local look at the federal sequester
Armed with few solid details about cuts in their federal funding, campus leaders weigh their options for reducing their own budgets yet this year.
Building a better world
Nobel Prize winner Dan Shechtman spoke on campus Wednesday, sharing his vision of using technical entrepreneurship to help build a better world.
$10 permit increase proposal goes to the regents
Board also learns more about transparency task force, residence rate proposals for 2013-14.
President Leath announces comprehensive diversity audit
President Steven Leath is initiating a comprehensive university-wide diversity inventory and audit, the first of its kind at Iowa State.
Campanile springs forward
What does it take to set the clock on the most visible timepiece on campus? A claustrophobic climb to the electronics control center.
Senate debates revisions to P&T voting, academic unit renaming policies
Senators approved three new academic programs at their March 12 Faculty Senate meeting. They also opened discussion of revisions to the promotion and tenure voting policy and philanthropic renaming procedures for academic units.