Inside Iowa State
Feb. 10, 2006
Coordinator Liz Kurt
The first-ever Special Olympics National Games will bring some 50,000 people to town and campus in July.
Nine ISU projects have been selected for economic development dollars.
"I show statistically that one factor can explain the breaks in trend
of infant mortality, of fetal death, of youth homicide ... I call it
Free feminine hygiene products on campus a win-win.
Architecture 202 students showed off their "motion machines" as part of a recent class project.
Two jobs, studies, basketball keep Sheila Blalock moving.
Officials tell how ISU would spend $17 million on state-funded projects.
Committee offers recommendations to improve climate for diversity.
Council seeks $15,000 to cover release time for P&S president.
The ISU Horticulture Club is selling flowering plants Feb. 10, 13 and 14.
Three finalists have been named in the search for a director of the International Students and Scholars office.
Here are some tips for designing library assignments for students.
The committee working on a new ISU budget model seeks your input at a Feb. 13 public forum.
As part of "Eye on Cy" events, Dylan Adams, Ames, won gifts and a chance to be a ball boy at a recent basketball game.
Green light to Design studio space planning.
Arts and Events
Hilton will be the site of a simultaneous gymnastics and wrestling meets Feb. 19.
Polish Chamber Orchestra and James Galway will salute Mozart.
Masquerade ball will be held at Brunnier Art Museum Feb. 25.
"Oklahoma!" comes to the Hilton stage Feb. 22.