Wednesday, 28 Oct 2009
Led by students from Health Studies 380 -Worksite Wellness Class. Walks are held each Wednesday in September and October. A different 20-minute route each week.
This student-written production documents our changing rural environment by re-creating interviews with people involved in how we grow our food and live our lives in rural America. A live readers theater show featuring students from the Graduate Program in Sustainable Ag, faculty, community members and others. Post-production discussion with GPSA students and Iowa Poet Laureate Mary Swander. Free and open to the public.
6-9pm Sew reusable lunch bags.
Iowa State vs. Baylor
Campus grows spookier this night for the annual Haunted Iowa State event. Explore campus locations with a haunted and historic reputation, and investigate Iowa State's "sites of fright" that include the campus cemetery, the MU, Farm House Museum, and others. Meet at 7pm at the Campanile - maps will be distributed promptly at 7:00 pm! Bring a flashlight and join us... if you dare! Check this event out on Facebook!
"U.S. Politics and U.S. Latinos: A perspective from Latino/a Studies," Loreto Prieto, ISU Latino/a Studies director. Part of Latino Heritage Month.