Remodeled lodge offers secluded meeting space
The newly refurbished Lynn Fuhrer Lodge gives student organizations and university departments a picturesque location for small-group functions.
Davis to step down as CIO
Chief information officer Jim Davis will step down next year from his position leading information technology programs and return to the classroom and to research in applications using next-generation networks.
Partial closing approved during semester break
The partial closing will run 11 days from Thursday, Dec. 25, through Sunday, Jan. 4. It includes four weekend days and three university holidays. It is not mandatory on the remaining four days that are not a weekend or holiday.
Let ISU history take root in your yard
Faculty and staff have an opportunity to grow a piece of Iowa State history in their own backyards. A limited number of seedlings propagated from campus' beloved Sycamore Row are available for sale through the ISU Alumni Association.
No fallout from Shellshock Bug
Mac users on campus appear to have gotten through the Shellshock Bug unscathed.