Inside Iowa State
March 9, 2007
Alison Kilman works on historic document.
Preservation experts restore Iowa State's founding document.
A restored Morrill Hall is looking good and nearly ready for business. The building opens March 19 and will be rededicated on Veishea weekend.
Two newly appointed teams will lead implementation of new budget model.
ISU Dining invites local growers to supply more foods to campus.
"We probably gave the South Africans the idea in the first place
about compulsive racial segregation -- this period of American history
that lasted into the 1960s."
ISURF offers inventors opportunity to be more involved in marketing products.
Wendy Wintersteen started her career traveling Iowa in a white Volkswagen bug.
Presidential lecturer Michael Bugeja will tell how technology feeds the interpersonal divide on April 4.
Committee ponders academic integrity issues at Iowa State.
Where did our university photographer locate this labyrinth?
Daylight-saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 11.
Arts & Events
Tribal, traditional and popular African gospel music at the Iowa State Center.
Cyclone lineman Brent Curvey takes on a new role in ISU Theatre production.
Visitors to get first glimpse of new Christian Petersen Art Museum March 22.
Enjoy a tour of campus art from your computer or digital audio player.
More than 100 student-designed pieces are part of the March 31 show.