Like the football team it shares a field with, the Cyclone Marching Band's season begins Saturday.
A new website for campus COVID-19 test results as well as county- and state-level data will be updated every Wednesday.
With its striking back wall covered in silk roses and a menu of rotating flavors and novel creations -- a plate of gelato "nachos," for instance -- Dolce Freddo was designed to be fun and a bit exotic.
If they test positive for COVID-19 this fall and feel well enough to teach, instructors may move their courses online during the required isolation period, senior vice president and provost Jonathan Wickert announced in a Sept. 1 message to department chairs.
Student accessibility services adapted how it helped students during online and hybrid instruction. Those challenges taught lessons and brought technological advances that will continue benefiting students, even as they return to the classroom.
The under-construction National Pan-Hellenic Council plaza is one step toward creating a campus that's more welcoming and inclusive for students of color.
New recycling receptacles received "show me" signage to test whether images help individuals choose the right container -- trash or recyclables.
Strolls for Well-Being at ISU helps participants center themselves while they learn something about campus. The new program works around busy schedules but still delivers the benefits.
Looking for some inspiration this fall? Check out the Student Innovation Center programming available to faculty and staff, a wide variety of presentations from industry leaders and ISU colleagues.