Oct. 20

$1 million marked for latest wireless project

More students with more electronic gadgetry have intensified demand for wireless access on campus. A $1 million allocation for new access points and additional funding for upgrading existing access points should help wireless users stay connected.

Office decorations at enrollment services

Office decoration contest

Oct. 20

Hang 'em out to dry

Clone fans compete against each other in the homecoming office-decorating contest.

Oct. 20

How has the budget model worked? Share your ideas

Committee members tasked with reviewing the performance of the three-year-old resource management model will host two noon forums to hear from the campus community. Ask questions and share your observations and experiences on what's working and what's not with the budget model.

Oct. 20

Four policies that should be on your radar

Several key university policies have been revised in 2011; here are four that warrant a "heads up" -- and why they're important.

WeCar on campus


Oct. 20

Car sharing option has arrived

The first two vehicles in Iowa State's WeCar by-the-hour auto sharing option are on campus and ready for use. The $35 annual membership is available to faculty, staff and students.

Oct. 20

Where they're from

China sends the most international students to Iowa State. Minnesota and Illinois each send more than 2,000 students to Cyclone country. Here's the record fall enrollment breakdown, by country and state.

Oct. 13

Open change period for non-supervisory merit begins Oct. 17

Non-supervisory merit employees will have a chance to review and change their health care benefits Oct. 17-Nov. 17. Learn what's new for next year.