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It is that time of the year again, elections are fast approaching! You have probably seen a lot of chalk on the ground, posters, buttons, flyers, and more around campus. Student Government hosts elections every year for Iowa State students to elect their senators as well as president and vice president for the next academic […] [READ MORE]

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How’s it going, y’all? My name is Julian; I am a junior studying journalism and mass communications with a double major in sociology. I was born and raised in Des Moines, IA. I am new to the Cyclone Life family and I am extremely excited to be blogging for y’all. My personality is different in […] [READ MORE]

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You probably thought election season was over…but on campus it’s just heating up! Each year, students at Iowa State have the chance to vote for the president and vice president of Student Government, as well as for individual college representatives and referendums. For more information, read below for candidate platforms and a pretty big referendum […] [READ MORE]

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Iowa State students engage in a variety of activities and opportunities. To pinpoint one location where this all occurs, though, would be foolish as the range of experiences spans campus and beyond. However, when introducing prospective students to Iowa State University (as you may recall from your tour), we do recognize one place as the […] [READ MORE]

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With so much hype about the US Presidential race, it’s important not to forget about the elections happening right here at Iowa State!  Coming up March 1st and 2nd, students will be able to vote in the student government elections for president/vice president, as well as positions in the senate. The Student Government is a […] [READ MORE]