Inside Iowa State
April 13, 2007
ConocoPhillips gives $22.5 million to ISU for biorenewables program.
A reallocation of 1 percent will balance the FY08 budget with permanent dollars.
Library improvement and College of Ag name change earn senate support.
The newly renovated campus icon is spacious, airy ... and green.
Football coach Gene Chizik prepares the Cyclones for the April 14 intrasquad scrimmage.
Where did Bob capture this innner and outer circle?
Arts & Events
The Music Man takes the stage for Veishea, with a colorful twist.
Dorothy Winsor, Robert Angelici, Sue Crull, F. Wayne Klaiber, Mary Huba, Kathleen Trahanovsky, Rebecca Burnett
Fittingly, the kickoff for Iowa State's year-long birthday celebration begins at Veishea, one of ISU's oldest traditions. Here's what you need to know about the exhibits, fun foods, parade route, kid-friendly stops and more.
Sesquicentennial birthday cake to feed 20,000, "Cyclone Celebration" ice cream and cherry pie.
Germ City, mini biodiesel processing, parking stalls converted into "parks" and more. Here a sample of not-to-be missed Veishea Village activities.
Petting zoos, face painting, and a ton of other kids activities, all on Veishea weekend.
Sticks' original 150th merchandise will be available for purchase and viewing.
This year's parade, with many sesqui-themed floats, will feature more than 100 entries.
Here are highlights of some of the many Veishea events.
Kathy Geoffroy (center) gets an assist from Janelle Swenson (left) from Ames' Quilting Connections and Dorothy Faidley in selecting fabrics for a sesquicentennial-themed quilt that will be part of a State Fair contest this summer.