ISU sesquicentennial concluding ceremony
April 12, 2008
Follwing the Veishea parade
Iowa State's year-long sesquicentennial celebration concludes April 12 on central campus, following the Veishea parade. The short ceremony will include a talk by President Gregory Geoffroy, a salute recognizing military science's strong role in university history and the awarding of Iowa State's new "True and Valiant Award."
In addition, Geoffroy will dedicate a new seating area near the Campanile, a gift from the sesquicentennial committee commemorating the university's 150th celebration.