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Oct. 5, 2007

ISU arborist measures largest ash tree

The green menace

The Emerald Ash Borer, which is headed this way, leaves no survivors among ash trees.

Steffan Schmidt

Steffan Schmidt

'More Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail'

Presidential lecturer Steffan Schmidt will tackle the Iowa caucuses in Oct. 8 talk.

Winter changes at Reiman

Reiman Gardens to save by reducing hours, closing butterfly wing for winter.

Disability info sessions

Sessions offer info on help for employees with disabilities.


Graphic look at pay hikes

Charts show averages and distribution of faculty and P&S staff salary increases.


  • Free flu shots in November
  • Registration open for bio industry conference
  • New ISU directories available
  • Recycle your old phone book
  • Workshop on reducing bias Oct. 31
  • Job seminar series for grad students
  • Lab school openings
  • Food prize laureate visits Oct. 16
  • Death: Carolyn Marrujo de O'Hara
  • More announcements
Nathaniel Wade

Nathaniel Wade

Group power

Psychologist Nathaniel Wade directs a new group counseling and research program.

Chieftain apples

A 'sesqui' look back: Beach's apples

ISU horticulturist Spencer Beach developed the popular Chieftain apple in 1917.

Employees walk on campus.

Step by step

Employee teams pick up the exercise pace in the "I-S-You" pedometer challenge.

You're invited

The campus launch of the largest-ever fund-raising effort is Oct. 19.

Library's Learning Connections Center

For your reference

Student collaboration is easy (and high-tech) in new library space.

Arts & Events

Scene from 'The Three Sisters'

Chekhov's 'Sisters'

ISU Theatre stages Chekhov's "The Three Sisters."

ISU history book

Historical footnotes

Some of the writers will share tales from ISU's sesquicentennial history book Oct. 9.

Widespread Panic

Widespread Panic

Southern rock band will perform Oct. 17 in Stephens.