Woman strings lights on a tunnel structure

Lighting it up

It's all hands on deck this week and next as Reiman Gardens staff and volunteers prepare for the second annual Winter Wonderscape outdoor holiday light show, which opens Dec. 2

Leaders share staffing guidelines for winter break weeks

They support time off for employees, including closed offices during a portion of winter break, as long as essential operations continue, research projects aren't impacted and students and customers receive the assistance they seek.

Partnership expands COVID-19 testing options for university, Ames communities

A drive-thru clinic opening today west of Stephens Auditorium offers both lab and rapid PCR testing for anyone experiencing symptoms, exposed to an individual with COVID-19 or needing a test for upcoming holiday travel.

Fend off ransomware with cybersecurity common sense

The threats ransomware hackers are making are relatively new, but the methods they're using to breach computers are old standbys. In a presentation to the Professional and Scientific Council, the head of ISU's cybersecurity team provided some tips for protecting yourself. 

The library's quest to fill gaps and perspectives in Iowa State's history

Through initiatives such as Tracing Race at Iowa State and collection expansion efforts, the library seeks to uncover a nuanced account of the university's history -- one that includes the experiences and voices of Cyclones of color.

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Rescue dogs and their caregivers

University assists with temporary care for rescue dogs

Veterinary Medicine and animal science students are volunteering their time to help dogs that were part of a rescue effort in southern Iowa last month. ISU received 115 dogs that are being cared for at the Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center.