Gov. Scott Walker appears on stage at the Faith and Freedom Coalition Dinner on Sept. 19.
Money sits on the catwalk while Heidi N. Dix performs during the 2015 LGBTAA Drag Show.
The Hindu YUVA at ISU hosts a Diwali Festival of Lights on Nov. 10, where students light candles to invite positivity into their thoughts, words and actions.
Tir Asleen medieval combatants participate in a line battle during an event on Central Campus on Aug. 22. Tir Asleen is an ISU club that practices the sport of Belegarth, a full contact battle game with foam weapons.
The ISU Kendo Club puts on a show during Destination Iowa State on Aug. 20. The goal of Kendo is to accurately strike your opponent while defending yourself.
David Skaar looks to teach students about the technique and history of chess at the Memorial Union food court on Feb. 19. Skaar spends his days off work studying and playing chess at various places across campus, usually bringing along a boombox to entertain himself and the public.
Participants of the 2015 Holi celebration throw colored dust and spray water on one another April 26. The celebration was organized by the Indian Students' Association.
Producer of Co'Motion Dance Theater Valerie Williams directs a group of dancers during the rehearsal for Mozart in the Closet on Feb. 27 in the Toman Studio.
A fireman from the Ames Fire Department walks through smoke inside State Gym on Sunday after containing a fire inside the gym. The fire damages left the gym closed for more than a week.
Sister Pat of Campus Ministry USA speaks to students in the free speech zone outside Parks Library Nov. 2. Campus Ministry USA is a group of preachers that travel across the U.S. to speak with students at universities about anything related to religion.
ROTC cadets listen to a speech commemorating the sacrifices of three soldiers during the Gold Star Hall Ceremony on Nov. 9 in the Memorial Union.
Michael Bugeja, director of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, gives a small speech before the students and faculty of the Greenlee School conduct a moment of silence for Alison Parker and Adam Ward. Parker and Ward, journalists from Virginia, were killed Wednesday.