Our world is filled with heroes. Men and women in capes with god-like powers protecting the innocent from the clutches of evil. Unfortunately for us, all those heroes happen to exist on the pages of comics or on the big screen. Far too often it feels like the real people we interact with are playing super-villains, egotistical maniacs terrorizing our life for reasons that we just can’t quite sympathize with. At least that was the case for me. Many of my early years were spent in anguish giving me a tragic backstory that would make even the likes of Batman feel bad for me.
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Comic books play a huge role in my life. They’re the reason I love to draw, why I workout, why I try to be the best person I can be. I’ve loved superheros ever since I can remember.
For many college students, adjusting to life in a new town may not be an easy task, but an adjustment to campus life can prove to be especially difficult when your family and friends are miles away from Muncie.
The Minnetrista Farmers Market offers various types of food, plants and homemade items to Muncie residents every Saturday morning. However, the market constantly gains new members who have a variety of things to offer.
Make sure you tell your mother ‘thank you’ Sunday.
Whether driving or flying, packing for a summer vacation in any climate can be daunting without the right mindset.
BSU Spectrum hosts Cirque do SoGAY! drag show this evening to benefit Trans Women of Color Collective
Ball State’s Spectrum will be putting on their semi-annual free drag show open to the public on Saturday April 14 at 7 p.m. in the Ball Gymnasium. The proceeds generated by audience donations will be going towards the Trans Women of Color Collective.
Indiana Comic Con is a yearly convention that caters to fans of all things related to comic books. With film festivals, panels, exhibits, contests, celebrities, and a huge exhibition floor for vendors and artists, there is bound to be something at the convention for casual comic fans and hardcore collectors alike.
While Logan Paul’s videos are so often associated with negativity, Rubier has channeled that negativity into positivity through Toyooka. The rise of vlogs has lowered viewer expectations and caused audiences to accept an environment where their media literacy is left unchallenged. Directors like Rubier who travel the world in hopes to capture beauty and meaning now face difficulty in combating these new lowered standards.
We as humans are far from perfect, or so we've been told. Everybody makes mistakes, they say. Is it reasonable to assume all the things we’ve made through thousands of years of history aren't perfect, then?
Ball State’s Meditation Partnership is furthering its goal of improving well-being throughout the community by offering additional meditation times in new locations.
Here are some easy to make, last minute decorations for your dorm room or apartment to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
We have grown up in an age where gun violence has taken away our sense of hope for the world and our ability to be at ease in class without fearing a person gunning down the door to take the lives of innocent people. I am worried for our future.
Drag has been a staple of the queer community from the very beginning; drag performers going all the way back to Stonewall have been trailblazers for the LGBTQ+ community.
While Valentines Day may be a gimmicky Hallmark holiday, meme lovers take it and make it their own every year. Using pop culture references as well as other memes, they create poorly edited virtual valentines.
Into all things Disney? Harry Potter? My Little Pony? There's a dating site for every kind of nerd.
Josh Driver, CEO of tech start-up Selfless.ly and the man behind Open for Service, released “an open letter to the state of Indiana,” in response to the state’s failure to pass a hate crime bill in the form of Senate Bill 418. Indiana remains one of five states without such a bill, which increases the penalties for crimes influenced by the victim’s race, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation.
These Valentine’s Day gifts can be made in just a few simple steps.
It’s a potato: 20 years later, how ‘In the Aeroplane Over the Sea’ has become a bizarre culture of its own
Man, who cares if it’s cliché? Music does bring people together. And if there’s one band who can teach us that, it’s Neutral Milk Hotel.
Intern Spotlight: Ball State student uses internship opportunity to help provide access to clean water
While some students crave an opportunity to test their newly-learned skills, Josh Heideman, a senior elementary education major, has a different vision: saving lives in third-world countries.