The bronze sculpture of Jack Trice was installed on the north side of Beardshear Hall last week. A public reception to mark its return to central campus will be held Dec. 5 (1-2:30 p.m., Beardshear atrium).
A quick look at what university and state Board of Regents policies say about accepting -- or exchanging -- gifts, year-round.
An annual community dinner held before Thanksgiving, a growing tradition that drew more than 450 this year, makes the break week a little less solitary for students still on campus.
The public science fair has ISU students interacting and educating middle schoolers with short presentations on topics in their field. Saturday's event at the Ames Library could become a common practice as part of ISUComm advanced communication courses.
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