|Frustrated students resolve to celebrate achievements, pride|
Students, alumni, members of the faculty and staff, and their families and friends were poignantly reminded how the actions of a few can impact the lives of an entire community last week, when Iowa State University President Leath suspended Veishea activities, following a Campustown disturbance.
|ISU curriculum and instructional technology students lead K-12 student technology fair|
Master's students and working professionals Jamie Fath and Karl Hehr led the Iowa Technology Education Connection board in coordinating the Central Iowa Student Technology Fair, April 1.
|Iowa State expands support to doctoral students, sophomores, veterans |
Iowa State University is expanding its efforts to ensure student success in the midst of growing enrollment.
|Wedding gown collection wins top honor at Iowa State’s fashion show|
A collection of eight elegant pink, white, salmon, and cream-colored wedding dresses designed by Iowa State University senior Whitney Rorah took the top honor Saturday at The Fashion Show 2014.
|College of Human Sciences students offer Veishea 2014 activities|
Important April 9 update
Iowa State University President Steven Leath announced that the remainder of this year’s Veishea celebration is suspended, effective at 5 p.m., April 9.
|Iowa State aids efforts to become the healthiest state|
Iowa State University has teamed up with the Healthiest State Initiative on a number of efforts to make Iowa the healthiest state in America.
|Women, minority college students more prone to severe homesickness |
Most first-year college students experience some degree of homesickness.
|Kinesiology uses physical education to reach out to homeschooled children|
The homeschool physical education outreach program at Iowa State University’s College of Human Sciences is a learning experience for everyone involved.
|Iowa State students to pull an all-nighter designing new financial games and apps|
Helping Iowa State University students plan for their financial future and manage their debt is no game, but taking such an approach may get more students engaged in the process. That’s the idea behind the “Money Game Jam” – a 24-hour competition in which participants will develop a new game, mobile application or website to get students involved in their personal finance.
|Free food, jewelry, entertainment drums up excitement for The Fashion Show|
The public is invited to enjoy free food and entertainment on campus next week as Iowa State University gets ready for The Fashion Show 2014, one of the largest student-produced and promoted fashion shows in the nation.