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Lily Fox is Making Hospitality Management Her Own
Senior Lily Fox’s love for traveling and interest in the tourism industry is what brought her to Iowa State. The valuable experiences and skills she has gained on campus are what makes her anchored to Iowa State. Fox’s experience in…
Ryan Nunes is Cyclone Made!
Ryan Nunes, a junior in history and secondary education, comes all the way from California to be a part of the Cyclone Made experience. Nunes was originally in animal science and found his passion in teaching which caused him to…
Anna Mlodzik is Cyclone Made!
Anna Mlodzik, a senior at Iowa State studying dietetics, shares her experience being Cyclone Made. She was given the opportunity to become involved with research surrounding childhood obesity with one of her professors. Mlodzik has also worked at the Iowa…
Brittany Whitehead – A future helping improve people’s financial literacy
As a kid, Brittany Whitehead was influenced by her grandparents, who lived through the Great Depression. At just 16-years-old, her grandfather dropped out of school to join the military, and her grandmother, who went to Brown University, was the financial…
Twenty-two years ago, Jamie Huinker attended Iowa State University to major in secondary education. While spending time at ISU, her mother owned a dance studio where she needed assistance due to health problems. Huinker left school to help her mom,…
Tearoom offering pies, rolls and ham balls to cook at home; pre-orders Dec. 4-7
The Joan Bice Underwood Tearoom is offering takeout options in December so you can take a timeout from the kitchen….
¡Salir Adelante! Caminos a Nuestro Futuro gives Latino Iowans tools and support to reach their educational aspirations and help their families thrive
Kimberly Greder, Morrill Professor in Human Development and Family Studies and Extension State Specialist, and Rosa Gonzalez, Human Sciences Family Wellbeing Specialist have…
New study wins national award for providing insight that can help shape future programs for Latino and other immigrant families
A new study exploring the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on Latina mothers in rural Midwestern meat-packing communities can help…
A $1.125 million CDC grant to benefit Iowans with arthritis
Participants in a 2022 Walk With Ease session. The evidence-based program was developed to help reduce symptoms of arthritis and…
Innovate 1858 to host Maker Market on Dec. 7 By Anna Maas, Public Relations Manager, Innovate 1858
A Showcase of Innovation and Creativity AMES, Iowa – Innovate 1858 is excited to announce the upcoming Maker Market event,…