While you were settling into your summer routine, a lot was happening at Ball State and in Muncie this past week.

Here's a recap of the top five stories you don't want to miss:

Ball State now requiring meningitis B vaccination for incoming students

After House Bill 1069 was passed last year, Ball State will be joining other universities in Indiana by adding meningitis B to a list of vaccines incoming students will need before starting at the university.

Deans of CAP and Miller College of Business leaving Ball State

Two deans at Ball State will be leaving the university. One will be taking on a new role at Western Michigan University and another will retire. Interim directors have yet to be announced. 

Ball State Board of Trustees votes to assume responsibility of MCS

After House Bill 1315 passed both the House and  Senate during Monday’s special session, the Ball State Board of Trustees unanimously approved the initiative.

Fresh Thyme set to open in Muncie Thursday

Fresh Thyme, a grocery store on West McGalliard Road opened its doors in Muncie Thursday. 

Ball State softball reaches milestones, ties 4th-highest single season win total in 2018

The Ball State softball team finished its season on a high note — reaching several milestones for the season and as a program. 

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