One month after graduating, Sereena Barga moved into an apartment in Nashville, Tennessee, with no job, no prospects and less than $2,000 in savings.
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From Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September” to Drake’s “In My Feelings,” songs from the past century roared through Emens Auditorium Thursday night as 20 acts took the stage in hopes of winning Air Jam, Ball State’s annual lip-syncing and dancing competition.
For their Homecoming show, the Pride of Mid-America Marching Band will perform a centennial-related routine to celebrate Ball State’s 100-year anniversary during the Homecoming football game.
Some artists establish a name for themselves through the work they share with the world, but others already have a name that comes with a reputation before their careers even begin.
When the neighbor’s cat began showing up to band practice, four Ball State students couldn’t help but attribute their name to their biggest fan. The cat has since moved away, but his legacy lives on in Porch Kat’s name.
After their crowning during Talent Show, Ball State’s 2018 Homecoming Court members are ready to spread their ideas about empowering students throughout the upcoming school year.
Many children may aspire to be princesses, princes or other fairytale characters they see in Disney movies.
From the mind behind “Rosemary’s baby,” “Veronica’s Room,” a play that begins in a room full of stored away furniture in the 1970s and transitions into an entirely different world, is coming to Ball State’s Cave Studio Theatre.
Through holiday related themes and one-word suggestions, Reflex Improv Comedy shares spontaneous imagination and entertainment in its bimonthly performances.
“My dad shoots bad guys.”
Intern Spotlight: Alumnus "builds brand" through internship with the Office of Presidential Correspondence
Ball State alumnus Ryan Ritchie said he has always been told to put himself out there, but while in college, he realized it’s a lot easier said than done.
As the sun sets Oct. 4, downtown Muncie will come to life with the glowing designs of carved pumpkins as community members and artists take to the streets for a monthly event with a seasonal twist.
The 6th annual Indianapolis Chinese Festival was hosted at IUPUI's Wood Plaza Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. The festival showcased multiple dance performances, traditional and local food vendors, along with kid friendly activities. September is important to Chinese culture because it showcases the Chinese Moon Festival throughout the month, and is the largest festival after Chinese New Year.
In most cities, towns and states, Sept. 27 was just another random fall day on the calendar, but for over 900 members of the Muncie community, tonight was the third Muncie’s Bridge Dinner.
At 12 years old, Rachael Heffner exchanged her memories of shopping, cooking and carving pumpkins with her “best friend” for the comfort of chips, soda and fast food.
From old hunting grounds to lost female pilots, a lot of Muncie’s history has been forgotten over the decades.
It’s almost the end of the work day, and a small pop-up clinic in Ecuador is almost filled to their capacity limit, but another patient who can barely walk is escorted in by her son.
As a college student, “free” is one of the best words in the dictionary right next to “food.”
Summer Learning Fun is a new program being offered at Camp Adventure for the first time this year, giving Ball State students the opportunity to gain experience outside the typical classroom environment.