Inside Iowa State
Nov. 7, 2008
Newly created loan fund will help finance energy improvements in ISU offices.
ISU students wait to vote Tuesday in the Union Drive Community Center, one of three polling places on campus.
Professor Tahira Hira will convene a "listening" forum on behalf of the U.S. President's Advisory Council on Financial Literacy.
Where did university photographer Bob Elbert spot these students prepping for class?
The ISU men's cross country team captured third and the women, ninth, at the Big 12 meet in Ames.
Research blossoms in new Electrical and Computer Engineering Building.
Names of 20 fallen soldiers will be added to Gold Star Hall on Nov. 11.
President Geoffroy is in Asia, strengthening academic and alumni ties.
Students in a fine dining management class served up three fall dinners.
Faculty Senate hears proposal on modified duties for primary caregivers.
Regents review tuition proposal, approve stadium improvements.
The benefits open change period for non-supervisory merit employees runs through Dec. 1.
ISU laptop skins are among the featured items in Inside's holiday gift guide Nov. 21.
Arts & Events
Four bands and 470 musicians = one ISU Band Extravaganza, Nov. 8.
Geoffroys host dessert fund-raiser for YWCA Ames-ISU Nov. 19.
Farmscape, a class-written docudrama on Iowa farmers, is hitting the road.