Single event tickets for Stephens season now on sale

Individual tickets for all 17 shows in the 2022-23 Performing Arts Series at Stephens Auditorium are now on sale. Previously, subscription packages, which require ticket purchases for at least four events, had been on sale. Subscription options remain available, too. The 2022-23 season opens on Sept. 20 and runs through April 22, 2023.  Tickets may be purchased online via Ticketmaster or at the Stephens ticket office (11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and beginning 90 minutes before any ticketed event).

MU poster sale runs Aug. 17-26

The Memorial Union will host its annual poster sale to kick off fall semester Aug. 17-26 in the Campanile Room. It's open to the public. Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and noon-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. Choose from among hundreds of posters, most of which are priced between $8 and $15. Sale proceeds support MU art exhibit programs.

Illegal parking, nuisance party fines increase Aug.19-21

In response to concerns about large house parties, noise, excessive drinking, unsafe behavior and illegal parking during the weekend before the start of Iowa State classes, the Ames City Council approved changes to the city code. These changes apply only to the weekend of Friday, Aug. 19 through Sunday, Aug. 21.

On Saturday, Aug. 20, vehicles that are illegally parked on streets from Lincoln Way south to Mortensen Road and from Beach Avenue west to State Avenue are subject to immediate towing. The immediate towing is necessary to ensure emergency vehicles have access to neighborhoods or residents.  From 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, through 4 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 21, the fine for being cited with a nuisance party is $650 for the first offense and $855 for the second offense.

Student food pantry looking to fill volunteer shifts

SHOP, the student-run food pantry at 1306 Beyer Hall, is looking for faculty and staff volunteers to help over the last two weeks of the pantry's summer schedule, including shifts running through Aug. 19. SHOP's student leaders also encourage faculty and staff to volunteer during the first two weeks of the fall semester (Aug. 22-Sept. 2), as it's hard to schedule student volunteers at the start of the semester. Employees should wait until after Aug. 18 to select fall shifts to allow students time to sign up. SHOP is a student organization that operates a free and confidential food pantry for students, thanks to community donations.

Proposals sought for spring Honors seminars

The University Honors Program is seeking proposals for spring 2023 Honors seminars. The one- or two-credit courses, offered for a half or full term, allow Honors students to examine topics of current or special interest. Seminars are offered on a pass/fail basis, and enrollment is usually limited to 17 students. The Honors program allocates $500 per seminar for the instructor(s)' professional development. Proposals are due Friday, Sept. 16, via an online form. More information, including a list of prior seminars, is available on the Honors program website. Contact Leisha Estep or Laurie Smith Law with questions or for more information.

Nominations, applications sought for student affairs board

Senior vice president for student affairs Toyia Younger is seeking undergraduate and graduate students to serve on the 2022-23 Senior Vice President for Student Affairs Student Advisory Board. Student board members provide critical feedback on events, programs and policies impacting the student experience at Iowa State. Board members meet monthly with Younger and engage in discussions online. Faculty and staff may nominate a student by Aug. 24 or encourage students to apply online by Aug. 31.

Tickets on sale Aug. 12 for C.S. Lewis performance

Tickets will go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 12 for "An Evening With C.S. Lewis," a performance Oct. 13 at Stephens Auditorium. The show stars actor David Payne as the famous British author, recalling events and people that shaped his work and thoughts on life. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. show are $55 plus fees and can be purchased online or at the Iowa State Center ticket office, which is open weekdays 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

ClubFest planned for Aug. 31

The annual ClubFest, an opportunity for students to learn about many of the clubs and organizations at Iowa State, will be Aug. 31 (11 a.m.-4 p.m.) at the Memorial Union. Student organizations will have display tables on the MU terraces, all of its ballrooms and west of the building along Morrill Road and the parking loop. From 6:15 a.m. to 6 p.m., Morrill Road will close from Union Drive to the ramp entrance off Morrill south of the MU. A volunteer fair featuring Ames nonprofits and agencies will be held the same day in the MU Campanile Room (11 a.m.-3 p.m.). Student organizations can begin registering for ClubFest Aug. 10.

'A Charlie Brown Christmas' tickets on sale Aug. 5

Tickets for a Nov. 29 performance of the Broadway-style production of "A Charlie Brown Christmas Live" at Stephens Auditorium go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 5, online through Ticketmaster or at the Stephens Auditorium ticket office. Tickets are $31-$51. The performance begins at 6:30 p.m.

Leave a retirement note for senior VP Pam Cain

President Wendy Wintersteen invites the Iowa State community to recognize senior vice president for operations and finance Pam Cain for an outstanding career by leaving a message on her Kudoboard. Cain will retire Sept. 6 after 15 years of service to Iowa State.

Expect move-in traffic Aug. 16-19

Students living in the residence halls this year will be moving in Aug. 16-19. The department of residence suggests that faculty and staff avoid areas where move-in congestion may occur, including Union Drive on the west side and Beach Road on the east side of campus.

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