Campus services plow widens the path on a sidewalk south of Fril

The season of moving snow

Some weeks, it takes a blower and a plan; other weeks, Mother Nature does the job herself.

Innovation workshops boost recruiting efforts

Two online competitions the admissions office held last month in partnership with the Innovate at Iowa State program aimed to cut through the detached drudgery of virtual recruiting fairs, giving prospective international students a taste of the ISU experience.

Vaccine offers hope, but caution still necessary

The development and rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine is a significant step, but it is not a cure-all to return life back to normal overnight. Those on campus who have received the vaccine report few side effects, but following Cyclones Care behaviors remains important.

Experts will share ideas for managing stress at employee forum

A five-member panel, coming at stress management and mental health from different perspectives, will offer help for pandemic-weary employees during a 90-minute forum Jan. 19.

Study abroad hiatus extended to Aug. 1, spring commencement decision deferred to March

Thirty-day rolling bans implemented last spring remain in place for study abroad travel and employee international business travel.

Approved Cyclone items in the Staples cyBUY catalog

Promotional items in cyBUY

Staples catalog in cyBUY features preapproved promotional items

Every item in the catalog was preapproved by trademark licensing, university marketing and procurement services so it's as simple as placing an order.

Fleet vehicle sales move to online auction site

With the state DOT's semiannual vehicle auctions sidelined by COVID-19, ISU transportation services, which sells 80-110 fleet vehicles in a normal year at the auctions, found its alternative in a liquidity website for government agencies.