Millennials aren't perfect, and I don’t think we've ever claimed to be, but cut us some slack. We are trying our best in today's crazy world and regardless of what people think, we should be proud of ourselves.
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King Kong is one of the most well-known movie monsters out there, and he just made his debut in the Warner Bros. “MonsterVerse” this past Friday in the film "Kong: Skull Island."
Welcome to 2017 everyone, where "affordable" means the suffering of millions and "wiretapping" means "broadly, surveillance and other activities." Thank you Sean Spicer for your words of enlightenment. The next time I see someone cheating in a class I'll tell them to stop "wiretapping."
You hear it all the time, “we need to pay our teachers more.” But like, really, we don’t pay them what they deserve.
So, to those who have held me back and said I couldn’t, watch me.
I was intrigued with the Daily News editorial about conservatives on campus being afraid of speaking their opinions.
A university should be a place where everyone — regardless of their political beliefs, religion, ethnicity, race or gender — can speak without fear of ridicule.
I give you my list of some of the best cheaper options for the face, without sacrificing quality.
After 17 years and nine movies, Hugh Jackman is ready to hang up the claws for good with the latest Wolverine movie "Logan," the ninth film within Fox’s X-Men cinematic universe.
FIRE UP THE GRYLLS: How to win your March Madness pool (or at least upset the people who take it seriously)
Here are a few bracket strategies that are sure to render all of your hard work meaningless when your sleeper champion gets knocked out in the second round:
Many people may complain about living in a small town and I can relate to that. A small town has no secrets, only corn.
The only thing Milo Yiannopoulos and I can agree on is liking men. After that, not much else.
This past Friday, Ball State awoke to find “RESIST” painted in bold, stark white on five different brick walls around campus.
We’ve come to realize that while each one of the SGA slates brings different ideas with their campaigns, it’s going to be up to you, the students, to determine who would best represent the student body.
Mikey Higgins is a junior animation major and creates "Ball State of Mind" for the Daily News.
Between the whoops and hollers from the crowd, "Get Out" proved to be a rollercoaster ride of a movie. Anyone sitting in the audience of 200 or so college students could clearly tell that this wasn’t just a movie to go watch, but an experience to remember.
Editor's note: The following letter was written by the slates running for the Student Government Association 2017-18 executive board.
Editor's note: The following letter was written by a slate running for the Student Government Association 2017-18 executive board.
Every year, the Daily News has given both slates running for the Student Government Association executive board the opportunity to write to members of the Ball State community, sharing why they should vote for them.This year, both IGNITE and OPTiC took that opportunity. Read their letters here.