Two men move mulch from a truckbed to wheelbarrows

The calendar must be lying

Taking advantage of warm weather, campus services teams spread about 15 tons of mulch on a mild Monday this week. 

Travel ban could hurt international enrollment

During his remarks at the Feb. 2 Professional and Scientific Council meeting, senior vice president and provost Jonathan Wickert said a decline in international enrollment may be similar to the drop off after the 9/11 attacks. He encouraged the ISU community to be supportive of individuals impacted by the travel ban.

Top 20: What our undergraduates are studying

Roughly one-third of this spring's undergraduate students are concentrated in 10 majors.

Spring demolitions will clear Student Innovation Center site

Around April 1, demolition will commence on the two oldest sections of Sweeney Hall and the 83-year-old Nuclear Engineering Lab.