This Week in News 7/14-7/20


Sign on display at the Activist Agriculture exhibit explaining the plight of farmers.

Isd News Staff

In case you missed it, here are the news stories from this week.

7/14: Ames Police advise ‘buddy system’ after recent attacks near campus

7/15: ‘Gentrified Experiences’ reception in Des Moines on July 21

7/15: Affirmative action partly rescinded: won’t affect Iowa State

7/16: Owner of AJ’s Ultra Lounge to open new bar towards end of August

7/17: ISU College Republicans and Democrats respond to Trump’s Helsinki remarks

7/17: Second passage of rental cap exemptions almost fails, saved at last moment

7/17: City Council holds workshop on Campustown vision

7/18: ‘Activist Agriculture’: the mobilization of farmers during the twentieth century

7/18: Supreme Court nominee ‘could change past and future rulings,’ says Iowa State political science professor

7/18: One of two finalists for Ames fire chief going through employment dispute for similar role in Davenport

7/19: Maximum Ames announces 2018 lineup