Former Cascade Christian football standout Dante Olson is one of 12 finalists for the prestigious William V. Campbell Trophy, the National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame announced Wednesday. Olson, a record-breaking senior linebacker, is in line for the award known as the “Academic Heisman. ” The Campbell Trophy recognizes an individual as the best football scholar-athlete in the nation for his combined academic success, football performance and exemplary leadership.
How do you caucus as an Iowa State Student?
It’s a big time in the world of U.S. politics, and it’s nearing the time to get out and caucus on February 1st For those of you that are not native to Iowa or aren’t super familiar with the election process, you’re probably thinking “What in the world is this caucus word you speak of??” To put it simply, a caucus is a meeting of the members of a particular political party to select candidates for the upcoming presidential election. It’s different than…
Iowa State student shares his top-10 college adventures list
This list is packed with good advice for high school students.
Iowa State University students learn about food production in China
Iowa State University students spent two and a half weeks learning about food production and processing in a study abroad experience to China. As they visited four major cities/regions, the students saw various production systems of traditional Chinese food and medicine as well as the research facilities at the country's major agricultural institutions. This is one of the many programs through the Agriculture Study Abroad Office, who has sent students to all seven continents.
Iowa State alumnus to speak on smart cities
So-called “smart cities” are cities that provide a high quality of life to their citizens, have a clean environment and implement innovative plans to better both the city and its
How Iowa State became a launchpad for NBA talent [The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City]
Jun. 17–The NBA scouts would come to Ames in the fall to watch Iowa State practice. It’s when Fred Hoiberg had an eyebrow-raising revelation. Hoiberg told the scouts one player had as much upside as any kid he had in the gym. That player was Abdel Nader, and Hoiberg wasn’t complete
Scranton Named Top 10 Finalist in National Competition
SCRANTON-- It was an escort unlike any other, dozens of runners leading the way to Scranton's City Hall. The parade kicked off an afternoon full of fun. A coalition of health and wellness organizations, including Geisinger entered Scranton into a national competition called: The Way to Wellville.
Someone You Should Know: Barber Among 25 Finalists In National Competition
David Vetter has taken the phrase “not a hair out of place” to heart. “A cut’s not done until I can step away and be like, that’s done,” he says. The 28-year-old…
Who's teaching who? Iowa State, Nevada Middle School students learn math together
Learning was definitely at two-way street Friday at Nevada Middle School as Iowa State mathematics and instructional technology education students met
Work Visas Made Easy educates students on how to keep visas at Iowa State and beyond
More than 100 students gathered in Kildee Hall to hear from two immigration attorneys, David Gluckman and Jonathan Moore, at the Work Visas Made Easy seminar Thursday.
Iowa City Regina boys' soccer wins seventh state championship in 10 years
Freshman Alec Wick scores twice as No. 1 Regals (18-3) claim 1A crown, 2-1, over No. 3 Des Moines Christian BOYS' STATE SOCCER 2018 ARTICLES 08:15PM | Sat, June 02, 2018 Iowa City Regina's Alec Wick (19) and goalie Josh Dutchik celebrate after the Regals' 2-1 win over Des Moines Christian in the 1A boys soccer state championship at Cownie Soccer Park in Des Moines on Saturday, June 2, 2018. (Liz Martin/The Gazette) DES MOINES — Tasked with slowing the highest-scoring offense in…
No. 20 Ohio State Faces Iowa Friday Evening in Iowa City
The No. 20 Ohio State women's gymnastics team travels to Iowa for an 8 p.m. ET meet Friday
Casa De Bling in top five of national competition
CASA GRANDE — A Casa Grande woman is competing to have her specialty shop named Arizona Storefront Boutique of the Year and area fans can help her win the title.
CVTC teams sweep top spots in national competition
Chippewa Valley Technical College students have swept the top two spots in a new nationwide design competition focused on the use of digital tools in industry.One group's design, a Kara Learning Robot that demonstrates how robotic mechanisms learn from each other placed first in the American Technical...
Local Band Finishes in Top 25 in National Competition
Submitted by admin on Wed, 07/19/2017 - 2:46pm Photo: Climbing to the 21st spot in a national competition of over 17,000 bands, the locally-based band Conscious Cadaver was surprised and pleased with the support they received from the Calais Community. From left to right: Nathan Campbell, Jeremy Keenan, Brent Carlow, Dustin Ellis, David Campbell, Nathan Gardner. (Submitted photo).
Secretary of State Pate unveils Caucus 101 curriculum for Iowa HS Students
ANKENY – Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate introduced a brand new curriculum for Iowa high school students today. The course, entitled Caucus 101, is aimed at involving students, parents and the community in civic engagement while educating them about Iowa's unique role in the political process "We want to encourage participation of all Iowans in our electoral process," Secretary Pate said. "This is where democracy…
Penn State football vs. Iowa: How to watch, what to look for in Iowa City
Here are the details on how to watch and what to follow in the Penn State Nittany Lions' biggest challenge yet at Iowa.
What does Iowa State have in store for an encore?
Matt Campbell wasn’t even born the last time Iowa State strung together consecutive eight-win seasons.
Iowa City lawmaker says state should treat weed like wine
DES MOINES - The production, sale and recreational use of marijuana would be legal in Iowa under legislation even its author says has little to no chance of being passed into law.