The free clinic continues through Friday, Oct. 14 (9 a.m.- 4 p.m. weekdays, south courts of State Gym). No appointment is needed; just walk in.
Over the next year, Iowa State will commemorate Jack Trice, the university's first Black athlete who aspired to use his education to help Black farmers in the South. Trice was a student of animal husbandry and a member of the Cyclone football and track and field teams.
The first "Cardinal and Goal'd" tailgate begins three hours before kickoff Saturday on the south lawn of the Alumni Center. It will feature tailgate staples like food and games -- but without alcohol and other substances. It's open to students, faculty, staff and Iowa State football fans.
Options across campus to support neurodiversity -- differences between how two individuals' brains function and process information -- are on the rise. Student accessibility services offers a neurodiversity support program, the library continues to evolve its study spaces and instructors benefit all students with a commitment to universal design.
Distributed antenna system, 5G and 4G capacity options, should improve gameday service.