Student Announcements

CyRide fares and front-door boarding resume July 15

On Wednesday, July 15, CyRide will resume collecting fares and riders will board at the front doors of buses. CyRide's Dial-A-Ride service for individuals with disabilities also will resume fare collection on July 15. CyRide is not selling a summer pass this year. July monthly passes will be sold at half price ($17 regular; $8 reduced) at CyRide pass sale outlets

Wintersteen statement in support of international students

In a July 7 statement, President Wendy Wintersteen shared her concern for Iowa State's international students, specifically the anxiety caused by a federal rule earlier this week that international students whose fall coursework is all online may not stay in the U.S. She said Iowa State leaders are coordinating with national higher education organizations on the issue. "We are advocating for our international students to have maximum flexibility to continue their education at ISU as we prioritize health and safety during the COVID-19 crisis," Wintersteen wrote.

Outdoor sculpture exhibit opens in Reiman Gardens

"Ribbit the Exhibit," an outdoor collection of human-scale frog sculptures, opened this week at Reiman Gardens and will run through early October. Artist J.A. Cobb crafted the pieces from copper and gave each one personality and interests, including frogs modeling the Grant Wood classic, "American Gothic." The outdoor areas of Reiman Gardens are open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily; buildings remain closed.

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