College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Iowa State Daily Focusing on Digital Operations Over Summer

The student newspaper won't be found in print this summer, as the staff is using the summer months to sharpen their digital storytelling skills in efforts to enhance the Daily's digital offerings.
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Read their Experiences on the Job

Over 150 Greenlee students are working across the globe, completing their 400-hour internship requirements this summer. Several Greenlee interns are documenting their work experiences through blog weekly blog posts. Click below to read about their adventures.
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2015 Sidey Scholar Announced

Varad Diwate was selected as the recipient of the 2015 Hugh Sidey Scholarship in Print Journalism. The junior in journalism and mass communication wrote his winning essay, "Finding the voice in the White House," after reviewing Sidey's work covering the American presidency and reflecting on today's media landscape.
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Students Take Digital Approaches to Clients' Advertising Needs

Advertising and journalism students in a new advertising class teamed up with computer science majors to create engaging digital advertisements for clients like Uber and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences this semester. Learn more about the experimental course and the students' projects in this story from ISU News Service.
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First Amendment Day Brings Awareness to Campus

The 13th annual celebration at Iowa State helped spread awareness of the First Amendment and the rights it protects to members of the Iowa State community on Monday, April 20, with the Feast on the First and a keynote address from Gene Policinski.
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