They’re a staple of any college town, and in Ames some are notorious for being a little less than sanitary. Current standards in Iowa require inspections of most bars only once every two years, despite recent closings due to roach infestations and repeated violations.
By Devon O’Brien With Colorado and Washington passing amendments to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in this past election, it’s no dispute that the drug is on the rise. *Names have been changed for confidentiality purposes The incessant beeping of an alarm clock begins at 6 a.m. each day. Molly* fills her backpack and […]
Photos: Yue Wu/EthosBy Jasmine Anderson Radars beeped, and the siren was ready for use. Taking the passenger seat in the Iowa State Campus Police car, flashbacks of “Reno 911” episodes ran through my mind as I imagined all of the sweet moves that would be thrown down on every freshman traveling with a backpack full of Keystone. Roaming through Campustown, […]
By Ben Theobald Students who have taken out loans will all deal with the reality of paying them back after they graduate. One way for students to alleviate the pressure of loans is to qualify for grants. Eligibility for the Pell Grant may be diminished after Congress voted to cut the Federal Summer Pell Grant. […]