In 1893, Iowa State College became a part of the City of Ames.
The Complete First Issue: The I.A.C. Student, 7 August 1890
A happy 130th birthday to the Iowa State Daily! To celebrate the milestone, here is the complete first issue of the publication, dated 7 August 1890. Included are scans of all eight pages and the text to every story.
1894: Court upholds fraternity ban
Orvis Roberts vs. W. M. Beardshear et al.Members of the senior class and many of the alumni can readily recall the situation and feeling of the students at the beginning of the spring term 1891. It will be remembered that in the interests of good will and harmony, President Beardshear, authorized by the board of … Continue reading 1894: Court upholds fraternity ban
From The Bomb: 1895 staff photo
The Bomb, "The I.A.C. Student," 1895 From: The Bomb, 1895 This is The I.A.C. Student staff photo from the 1895 Bomb. I love the clothing. Photographed are: Ella B. Curtis, Iowa Campbell, A. E. Mellinger, Lee Campbell, Edith Foster, Ethel Rundall, Ed Sherman, H.I. Ruthledge, F.J. Lazell, Mabel Owens, C.G. Lee, J.R. Davidson, Edna Meek, … Continue reading From The Bomb: 1895 staff photo
1890 Mission Statement
The succession of events that break the the routine of college life is now specially marked by the appearance of a paper that will make a complete record of their occurrance.The I. A. C. Student now comes to the Student, Faculty, Alumni and Friends of the institution for the first time. The policy of its … Continue reading 1890 Mission Statement