Students from Miller College of Business hosted "Miller Day" on April 19 at the University Green. "Miller Day" is a day of celebrating 51 years of the college.
Health Occupation Students of America’s Annual 5k Glow Run took place around Ball State’s campus on April 19. The proceeds from the run went to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Ball State played Ohio State during the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association semifinals at Ohio State University on April 19. The Cardinals lost 3-2 (25-14, 25-23, 23-25, 23-25, 15-13).
American singer, songwriter and actor Jesse McCartney performed in John R. Emens Auditorium tonight. McCartney worked with a group of New York producers, The Elev3n, in 2013 to produce his EP “In Technicolor Part 1” and his full-length, fifth studio album, “In Technicolor,” which was released in the spring of 2014.
Ball State competed in the Ball State Challenge on April 15 at the at Briner Sports Complex. Ball State competed against 5 other teams including Western Michigan, Eastern Michigan, IPFW, Butler and Toledo.
Ball State football's spring game took place on April 15 at Scheumann Stadium. Ball State opens its season Sept. 2 at Illinois.
Ball State's School of Music held its first annual Spring Shout Songwriting Competition at Be Here Now on April 14. Six participants competed to win the grand prize of a trip to the Popakademie in Mannheim, Germany, where the winner will study with top level musicians and band coaches.
The Ball State men's golf team competed in the Earl Yestingsmeier Memorial Invitational on April 14 at the Deleware Country Club. The Cardinals placed second at the invitational.
Mr. and Ms. Ball State Body Building Competition took place on April 13 in John R. Emens Auditorium. Senior exercise science major Ryan Bickford and senior visual communications major Christina Hall won the titles.
The two-year-long project on Johnson B Residence Hall will wrap up construction on June 5, providing housing for 505 students for the 2017-18 academic year. The Associate Director of Facilities, George Edwards, gave a tour to a few of the Daily News staff on April 12 to show the following amenities residents can anticipate in the building.
Ball State men’s tennis team gathers together after winning the match against IUPUI on April 12 at Cardinal Creek Tennis Center. The team returns to action on April 14 against Western Michigan.
The Ball State baseball team played against Valparaiso on April 11 at Ball Diamond in the First Merchants Ballpark Complex. The Cardinals won 11-2 bringing their win streak up to 4 games.
The third annual Chirpies, an annual student-athlete award show, was held on April 10 at John R. Emens Auditorium. Country artist Chase Bryant performed during the ceremony as the show's headliner. The Ball State Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and the nation’s first digital sports production program, Ball State Sports Link, presented the various awards, including Female Athlete of the Year, Male Athlete of the Year, Coach of the Year, the Cardinal Caring Award and the Comeback Award, to recognize Ball State's student athletes.
The Ball State men’s volleyball team won 3-0 in the match against No. 10 Loyola-Chicago in John E. Worthen Arena on April 8. The team secured the 4th seed in the MIVA Tournament by sweeping the Ramblers and winning by 20 points.
The University Singers 53rd Annual Spectacular takes place in John R. Emens Auditorium on April 7. University Singers is a live entertainment organization in the nature of a show choir.
Students came to see the fun and energetic Jive Aces on April 6 at John J. Pruis Hall. In 2012, the swing band placed third in Britain's Got Talent and was the only band to advance to the semi-finals.
Ball State softball competed in a double-header against Northern Illinois on April 4 at the Softball Field at the First Merchants Ballpark Complex. Ball State won the first game 3-2 and the second game 6-4, leading the Cardinals to their sixth straight win.
Ball State women's tennis competed against against Buffalo on April 2 at the Cardinal Creek Tennis Center. The Cardinals won 5-2, and now stand 6-6 overall, 0-2 MAC.
Spectrum hosted The Drag Show in Oz on Saturday in Ball Gymnasium. The money raised by the performers will go to a charity called the We're Trying Collective, a group that's been raising funds to paint a mural on the side of Mark Tap Room III in downtown Muncie. The mural is in honor of those who have lost their lives at the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting that took place during the summer of 2016.