On Jan. 23, 2016, Midshipmen and Cadets from Iowa State’s ROTC Units came together and volunteered their time in the annual Dance Marathon. Dance Marathon is the largest student philanthropy on campus, with funds and awareness raised for the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital. Funds are raised though various drives and canvassing campus for donations. … Continue reading ROTC units join forces for philanthropy
In addition to questions about candidate support, a team of Iowa State LAS researchers asked likely caucus-goers where they get their political information. Out of 511 respondents, 61.9 percent said national TV news.
The thirteenth annual reenactment of a landmark groundwater trial by the Department of Geological and Atmospheric Science’s hydrogeology class led to guilty (liable) verdicts in two separate trials. Each year, department chair Bill Simpkins’ class reenacts the 1986 trial that became a book and motion picture titled, “A Civil Action.” In the real-life drama, some … Continue reading Student mock trial returns two guilty verdicts