|After-school program introduces kids to physical fitness|
An Iowa State University after-school program in its 10th year is teaching kids the fundamentals of physical fitness.
|Students create alien costumes for Reiman Gardens event|
Seven apparel design students this fall faced a real-world challenge: Meet the deadline, stay on budget and keep the client happy.
|Iowa State students to appear on The Biggest Loser |
An Iowa State University student who battled childhood obesity but has since lost 50 pounds will appear on NBC-TV’s The Biggest Loser at 7 p.m. Thursday as a youth ambassador for healthy living.
|MacKay Hall event celebrates building’s history and future|
Ruth Ann Robson had just one word for the newly renovated lecture classroom on MacKay Hall’s second floor: “Wow.”
|New scholarship helps student teachers in STEM education|
The newly established Myrna and Jon Hamann Student Teaching Scholarship helps future teachers when they need it most — when they’re working for free to get experience in the classroom.
|McCracken gift empowers student to immerse fully in college experience|
A couple’s firsthand understanding of Iowa State University’s impact — and continued commitment to making their own — have led the Iowa State alumni to fashion a first-of-its-kind scholarship for students majoring in apparel, merchandising, and design (AMD).
|Costume designer makes her way from Broadway to Iowa State University|
With only a few minutes to spare before her next fitting, Sara Jablon is in a dressing room shopping online for a piece of clothing that’s gone missing from the wardrobe. With only days to go before opening night, there’s not a lot of time to build a new piece or go rummaging through a second-hand store for a replacement. This is just one of the challenges of dressing 25 actors for a show with more than 50 different costumes – there’s always a last-minute need.
|Participants attribute their health to ISU Exercise Clinic|
Mary Lou Wright survived the removal of the upper lobe of her lung because of cancer two years ago — an operation she said her doctor agreed to do because of her outstanding health.
|Iowa State professor applies new intervention to reduce domestic violence |
Amie Zarling began researching how to reduce domestic violence when her passions for family relationships and therapy collided.
|First annual Melon Mania raises $1,400 for Uganda |
Iowa State University students are turning surplus melons into meals for the hungry.