The Fountain Square Music Festival took place on Oct. 6. Over 50 artists performed across five venues during the two-day festival in the heart of Fountain Square, Indianapolis.
Ball State's women's volleyball team plays Western Michigan on Oct. 6 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals defeated the Broncos 3-1.
Muncie Downtown Development Partnership (MDDP), in partnership with Muncie Arts and Culture Council and Ball State University’s School of Fine Art and School of Music, presented ArtsWalk from 5-9 p.m. on Oct. 5 in downtown Muncie. The streets were full of art, food and performances.
The first Ikea in Indiana will open in Fishers on Oct. 11 at 9am. This store is one of three Ikeas in the nation with only one story instead of three stories.
Ball State soccer played Kent State on Oct. 1 at Briner Sports Complex. The Cardinals won 1-0.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts showed it's annual Rocky Horror Picture Show on Sept. 30.
Eagles tribute band Hotel California performed in John R. Emens Auditorium on Sept. 30.
Students joined Pi Beta Phi and Phi Delta Theta for Paint Warz on Sept. 30 in the University Green. Paint Warz had several games including tug of war, obstacle courses, twister, dodgeball, and more. All proceeds went to the ALS foundation.
The top 10 homecoming nominees were announced on Sept. 26 in John J. Pruis Hall. Over 60 nominees dressed up to match the homecoming theme, Around the World.
The first ever Puppies and Pumpkins event took place on Sept. 24 at Wasson Nursery. The event was held for the community to adopt furry friends and donate to animal shelters.
Ball State played Western Kentucky on Sept. 23 at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium. The Cardinals lost 21-33.
The 45th Annual Watermelon Bust took place on Sept. 23 in LaFollette Field. The event was hosted by Alpha Chi Omega and the Delta Tau Deltas to raise money for children with diabetes and victims of domestic abuse. Almost a truck load of watermelons were donated by a local watermelon farm for students to participate in team competitions.
The Put Yourself in Her Heels event took place on Sept. 23 in downtown Muncie. The walk was held by YMCA bring awareness to the programs they have and the daily difficulties that women and children face.
Bark for Life took place on Sept. 23 at Morrow's Meadow in Yorktown, Indiana. Bark for Life is a fundraising dog walk that contributes to cancer cures and programs that help people with cancer.
Vice President Mike Pence visits Anderson, Indiana on Sept. 22 to speak about tax and health care reform.
The College of Health Professions Building groundbreaking ceremony took place on Sept. 21 on W Riverside Avenue. The building will be finished in June of 2019.
Muncie Animal Shelter hosted Yoga with Goats on Sept. 21. There were eight goats for the participants to interact with at the event to raise money for the shelter’s animals.
Be Here Now and Venus Entertainment hosted the Spaced Out Drag Show on Sept. 16 in Be Here Now. The show featured seven drag queens and one drag king.
The Cardinals beat Tennessee Tech 28-13 on Sept. 16 at Scheumann Stadium on family weekend. Ball State rushed 228 yards and passed for 238.