New Student Health Form Requirements

Jul 11, 2019
NSO forms due by July 15th can be accessed at
Dylan Welch '19

Islam and Politics

Jul 08, 2019
How one seminar led a student to do insightful political science research.
Picture of all participants of the Institute by LeaderShape 2019

Institute by Leadershape 2019

Jul 03, 2019

If you were asked to name a good place for the next generation of future leaders to be forged, Boone, Iowa might not be your first choice. However, if you were to go by the testimony of a group of…

Avery Barnett near the College’s solar panels on the east side of campus.

The Flexibility of a Tech Studies Concentration

Jun 25, 2019
Avery Barnett ’21’s career interest in alternative energy technologies motivated her to add the Technology Studies concentration to her already full schedule as a physics major.
Zhiheng Sheng

Helping Monitor Toxic Algal Blooms

Jun 11, 2019
Student researchers develop prototype monitoring device.
Goyal, Bailey, and Gubner at poster session

Digging into Cancer Research

Jun 11, 2019
Students collaborate with a faculty mentor on health-related science.
Isaac Ferber at the helm

Student Experiences Natural Wonders, National Tragedy in New Zealand

May 23, 2019
Isaac Ferber ’20 overcame many challenges during a voyage through New Zealand waters, but one of the toughest was coping with the terrorist attack in Christchurch.
Sam Nakahira

For the Love of Comics (and History)

May 15, 2019
How do you translate a 35-page research paper into a comic? Sam Nakahira ’19, a history major from California, wanted to find out.

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