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    Reiman gardens known as the living creature, is one of the unique places in Ames, Iowa that started with the mission to educate the students of Iowa State University in the field of horticulture. In accomplishing that mission, Reiman gardens developed many other reasons for its existence. Creating an illusion of a landscape, this place is not only used to sense its beauty but also make us come through some of its unique features ranging from different types of plants to 80 types of butterfly species

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    Ted Kooser

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    The Accomplishments of Ted Kooser. An interesting person can be someone with many talents. With a total of sixty four awards, Ted Kooser is an interesting person because of his ability to write award winning poetry, nonfiction books, and children 's books. Ted Kooser’s writings are often plainspoken and filled with literary devices. “Kooser’s poetry is understated yet manages to skillfully illuminate the small moments of life,”(Local Wonders 5). This is demonstrated in Kooser’s life as he will often

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    Narrative: I am on a basketball team we are called the Havoc. We are mainly out of Aplington-Parkersburg (A.P.), Dike-New Hartford, and Iowa Falls. There are 6 from A.P., 2 from Dike, and 1 from Iowa Falls, and that is me. We have won tournaments in Ames, Des Moines, Cedar Falls, and Waterloo. We go all over the state, for tournaments. Our coach’s names are Andy Luscomb, and Cody Switzer. The guys on my team’s names are Elijah, Sam, Kale, Jayden, Christian, Jake, Benton, Parker, and Me of course

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    round Missouri and in surrounding states. One of the colleges of interest is Iowa State University in Ames Iowa. This University has a remarkable agriculture program that usually is a bit easier to be accepted into. For non-residents of Iowa though, tuition is generally higher, than it is for

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    was Located in the front of the middle line. It was the biggest activity center and central building on campus now. Opened in September 1928, memorial union was a building that was used as a memorial to the sacrificed Iowa State soldiers. As a land granted school by the government, Iowa State University has had not entertaining center before 1920, because the university only has academic buildings and farm buildings. There is no place for both students and faculties to gather for cultural, entertainment

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    race became an issue again and they took away the offer. He became very discouraged and chose to travel abroad until 1890 where he found himself in Iowa. He decided to enroll in Simpson College in Indianola. One of his teachers recognized his many talents and encouraged him to transfer to Iowa State College at Ames, which he did in May 1891. At Iowa State, Carver found that he was especially gifted in plant hybridization and the study of fungi. In 1894, Carver earned a bachelor of science degree

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    A Turkish Student and the Board of Regents In what ways can Iowa State University be improved? Responses to this question could vary widely depending on the background of the subject being interviewed. Perhaps an international student might suggest a new club or organization designed to acclimate foreign students to life on campus. However, John Couch, an international student from Turkey, had a much more unique response. Having a wide variety of friends isn't a large concern of his. He

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    Billy Sunday

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    “hit the sawdust trail.” In 1862, William Ashley (yes, his middle name was Ashley) Sunday was born to a fatherless home in Ames, Iowa. His father had died whilst serving for his divided country in the Civil War. Billy had received his name from his brave and valiant father. As a 20 year old youth in 1883, Billy played baseball in the lots of his neighborhood in Marshalltown, Iowa. One day the captain for the Chicago White Sox, A.C. Anson, was in the lots watching all the teenagers, young adults, and

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    ISU. ISU stands for Iowa Service and Upgrade which is founded recently on the 14th of June 2004. Our main office is located close to Maple dormitory which can be easily recognized by its brown brick color. The office can be reached easily through the main road in Ames called Lincoln Way. From Lincoln Way, you have to turns north onto Wallace road and then turn west onto Richardson Court. Below is the picture of our company’s logo: The blue figure represents the state of Iowa. We marked our company’s

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    The Versatility and Flexibility of OLED's

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    In April 1, 2002, organic light emitting diodes gain rise in the scientific community with their published, more practical form at Ames Laboratory. “Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory, in collaboration with scientists at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, have developed and demonstrated a novel, fluorescence-based chemical sensor that is more compact, versatile and less expensive than existing technology of its kind. The new sensor holds promise for myriad potential

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