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When I first applied for the position of being a Cyclone Aide, I truly had no idea what I was getting myself into. I wasn’t expecting to make 40 new best friends or to become a more confident individual. At the time, there was no way I could have ever pictured myself having a positive […] [READ MORE]

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Orientation is right around the corner! One of the most important topics covered during orientation is financing your college education. Make your experience more beneficial by taking some time prior to orientation to prepare financially for your Iowa State adventure: 1.  Review and bring the contents of your Financial Aid Award letter (available on AccessPlus […] [READ MORE]

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I remember what it was like when I first learned about the Cyclone Aide position. I knew that I was interested in finding a position on campus, especially a leadership position. Though, after I began the position, I learned that it was more than just an opportunity to show off your leadership skills. It was […] [READ MORE]

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Throughout the spring semester of the freshman year I woke up at 8:00 am twice a week to meet with my class of Cyclone Aides. Our seminar was often an opportunity for campus resources to come in and speak with us about how they relate to our position. The lesson that impacted me the most […] [READ MORE]

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Around this time last year, I was very unfamiliar with Iowa State University as a freshman new to campus. I was a navigator without a map, learning things as I went and becoming more independent every day. It was scary at times; I wasn’t able to come home to my mother every day, or see […] [READ MORE]

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