Michael Bugeja speaks about First Amendment freedoms on Central Campus during the 2nd annual First Amendment Day.
Iowa State celebrated freedom of speech during the second annual First Amendment Day April 15, the Thursday of VEISHEA week.
AMES — The Greenlee School has completed an $18 million fund-raising campaign that was initiated in 1998 with a $9 million matching gift from Robert and Diane Greenlee of Boulder, Colo. The Greenlees are Iowa State alumni.
Tom Barton, student life news assignment editor for the Iowa State Daily, has been selected to receive a Scripps Howard Foundation grant, providing funds so that he can intern at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Members of the Iowa State Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) promoted organ donation Wednesday with a day of activities.
The Greenlee School has hired four new professors to begin teaching this fall.
In their very first attempt, two of four public relations teams from the Greenlee School won honorable mentions in the national Bateman competition sponsored by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
For three Greenlee School professors, the end of the semester can’t come fast enough. At the end of spring semester, Greenlee students and faculty will say goodbye to Steve Coon, Dick Haws and Tom Emmerson. They will be honored at a retirement reception 3:30 p.m., April 26 in the Memorial Union's Campanile Room.
A new short course in basic English grammar will be offered this fall. The non-credit course was designed to improve grammar, usage, punctuation skills, and it may assist in preparation for the English Usage Test, the Greenlee School’s entrance exam for students who plan to major or minor in advertising or journalism and mass communication.
When I signed up for an internship in Idaho as part of Lee Newspapers’ Lee News Scholars program, I had no idea what I was getting into.
But it turned out to be the best opportunity of my life.