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Written by Alex Halsted and Dylan Montz
Most Iowa State fans have a taken in a game at Jack Trice Stadium or Hilton Coliseum and have seen highlights of Troy Davis and Fred Hoiberg. But only real fans know how the team name came to be, the location and story behind the "Honor Before Victory" plaque, or were there when the basketball team made an Elite Eight run in 2000.
100 Things Iowa State Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die is the ultimate resource guide for true fans of Iowa State athletics. Whether they are die-hard boosters from the days of Earle Bruce on the gridiron or new supporters of Iowa State hoops, fans will value these essential pieces of Cyclones football and basketball knowledge and trivia - and all of the must-do activities in their lifetime.
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2018-2019 (August-July) ISU wall calendar filled with striking full-color photos of Iowa State. Produced by the ISU Alumni Association, the calendar features the award-winning photography of Jim Heemstra. 12 3/4 x 9 3/4"
Inspired by ‘Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls’ and ‘Rad Women A to Z,’ Iowa State education professor Katy Swalwell is working with over 25 Iowa women artists and RAYGUN to create a children’s book that celebrates the incredible accomplishments of a diverse set of women throughout Iowa’s history.
Football's Fallen Hero by Steven L. Jones (Paperback)
The Jack Trice Story
Jack Trice was working to earn a degree and go south to help fellow African Americans when tragedy struck.
Many of North America’s most beloved regions are artfully celebrated in these board books designed to soothe children before bedtime while instilling an early appreciation for the continent’s natural and cultural wonders. Each book stars a multicultural group of people visiting the featured area's attractions and rhythmic language guides children through the passage of both a single day and the four seasons while saluting the iconic aspects of each place. This book of all things relating to the Hawkeye State spans from the farmlands to walleye fishing grounds in the Iowa Great Lakes. It highlights sights from Des Moines—the state capitol building, the Iowa State Fair, Adventureland, Blank Park Zoo, and the Des Moines Art Center—to Iowa City and the University of Iowa. Children can say goodnight to the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum as well as Dubuque-area sites, including the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium and Effigy Mounds National Monument.
Goodnight, Cyclones children's book.
Written by Amy DeLashmutt and Illustrated by Sarah Heinz.
Hancher vs. Hilton: Iowa's Rival University Presidents by Matt Kuhns.
In the late 1950s presidents of rival schools the University of Iowa, and Iowa State, began a several-year feud which redefined both institutions. While President of Iowa State, James Hilton worked to transform the "state college" into a broader university. But Virgil Hancher was deeply suspicious of the prospects for two, competing state universities after years of struggle to obtain funds for the University of Iowa, and fought hard for an alternate vision. The result was a contest over educational philosophy, petty administrative details and bottom-line financial advantage. The rival presidents fought in public forums, and behind the scenes in remarkably pointed memos and meetings. The product of more than two years’ archival research, "Hancher vs. Hilton" reintroduces the largely forgotten individuals behind two iconic names, whose full stories have gone untold for more than 50 years.
Santa's not planned his vacation this year. Mrs. Claus says, "How 'bout Iowa, my dear? You always say it's your favorite place, but remember, the children should not see your face."
Santa and Mrs. Claus want to go on a vacation—but can someone as famous as Santa stay out of sight? Snuggle up and read what happens when things don't quite go as planned.
This Christmas regional series combines a fun and festive story with search-and-find artwork that will have children looking for Santa, Mrs. Claus, and Reindeer amongst Iowa's most iconic sights!
An 8×10″ soft cover book with 74 pages featuring 89 images from around the state of Iowa. Filled with rural landscapes, sunrises & sunsets, wildlife and other attractions – all captioned to give you a little information about each image.
Contains 156 cards, each one featuring a questions guaranteed to get Iowans talking about an entertaining topic related to the great state of Iowa. Interesting facts are interspersed among many of the questions. FANTASTIC FUN FOR EVERYONE!
Join Cy, Iowa State's friendly mascot, on football gameday! From Jack Trice Stadium to the Victory Bell, you'll learn all about your favorite team.
It’s time for the Iowa State Fair!
Every year, the people of Iowa gather to enjoy some of their favorite fair activities.
Learn about them from A to Z!
Photos taken all around Iowa by Clint Farlinger and Mike Whye.
This little book contains fill-in-the-blank lines to describe why your grandpops is tops. Just complete each line and voila: you have a uniquely personal gift Grandpa will read again and again. Make it as nostalgic, loving, or grumpy as you choose!
Produced by the ISU Alumni Association, SEASONS of Iowa State University, captures the four seasons on the Iowa State campus through stunning images by photographer Jim Heemstra. In addition to its colorful photography, SEASONS is brimming with evocative descriptions of Iowa State's land-grant history; its art, architecture, and landscaping; and its student-friendly, scholarly environment.
About the Author: Jim Heemstra, freelance photographer, has been photographing the Iowa State University campus for more than 25 years. His photographs have been prominently featured in VISIONS - the ISU Alumni Association magazine - and in the Iowa State wall calendar. In 2009, he began contributing "Photo of the Week"; images to the Association website. His most recent photography exhibition, VISIONS Across America: Portraits of Iowa State Alumni by Jim Heemstra, was on display at ISU's Brunnier Art Museum in 2014. Project Management/Writing was completed by Carole Gieseke, ISU Alumni Association, Chief Communications Officer.
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This little book contains fill-in-the-blank lines to describe why your grandma is the greatest. Just complete each line and voilà: you have a uniquely personal gift Grandmother will read again and again. Make it as sweet, serious, or sentimental as you choose!
Women and the Land takes a look at more than twenty-five women who are impacting Iowa’s farmland. Some of them have inherited rural property and are managing the agriculture practices from afar. Some are working the land directly, providing food to the heartland. Some are working in tandem with their husbands, fathers, sisters, daughters. Many of them grew up on a farm, left the land to get an education and left the state to follow their passions, only to find that their deepest passion is really the land, and have returned to it. Each of the women is affecting the land in her own unique and feminine way.
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