Earth-moving equipment on top of black dirt heap

Like a giant sandbox

Earth-moving equipment has turned the east portion of the Iowa State Center lots into the grownup version of a child's sandbox, where the Tonka trucks instead are named Cat.

Congratulations, term faculty

The office of the senior vice president and provost announced promotions for 37 term faculty, spanning all seven colleges, for the 2023-24 academic year.

Rebecca Wells

Rebecca Wells

Five questions with the student life archivist

Preserving records from student life past and present is crucial to the work of Special Collections and University Archives and its new student life archivist Rebecca Wells.

Faculty promotion, tenure requests go to regents next week

Also on the agenda when the board meets in Ames: parking permit rates, new undergraduate and graduate degrees, three facility construction requests and the consultant's presentation on the public universities' contributions to the state economy.

History helps ISU police confirm its mission

The ISU police department traced its beginning back to 1918 and night watchman Knute Hegland. His personality and kind greetings set the standard for community-oriented policing still used today.

New council members will be seated in June

Those elected during the P&S Council's March ballot include 14 newly elected and four incumbent members.