Inside Iowa State
Jan. 18, 2008
Faculty Senate removes six-year renewal limit for lecturer and clinician appointments.
New Walls of Honor in Beardshear Hall recognize top faculty from the 1940s to the present.
This northeast entrance is among three new ways to access the bookstore. Renovation continues at the store and the Memorial Union.
ISU will mark Black History Month with lectures, panels, performances.
ISU clinches this year's Cy-Hawk series.
Junior Dustin Bueltel is ISU's phone fund-raiser extraordinaire.
Circulation changes include online renewals, longer loans, fee hikes.
Graduating classes have been saying "thank you" since 1876.
P&S Council discusses use of state funds for market adjustments.
"Spirit graphics" will coexist with athletics' new "I-State" identity.
University photographer Bob Elbert found another canoe on campus. Where?
Salary, economic development funds among requests to Legislature.
Pilot program is deemed a success; search under way for ombuds officer.
Arts & Events
ISU Theatre offers 'serious comedy.'
Natalie MacMaster and band bring their Celtic music to Stephens Jan. 31.
70 teams to participate in Jan. 19 LEGO competition.