Foodie Friday was started in fall 2015 and features a unique dish that is cooked in front of students, such as creamy pumpkin pasta or pulled pork nachos. Chef Stepfanie Miller started at Ball State’s Quiznos in 2012 before becoming the chef at Elliott.
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The Summit executive slate is halfway through their tenure as Student Government Association leaders.
One of the most nostalgic moments of Christmas is waking up to a pile of presents under the tree. The sad reality is that many families aren’t financially able to provide presents for their children.
Walk into Body Language Tattoo in the Village and there might be something out of the ordinary: people with toys.
Ball State students participate in Dressember to raise money, awareness for victims of human trafficking
Wearing a dress to class in December may sound like an odd choice in wardrobe as snow drifts in the air.
After practice on Thanksgiving Day last year, Ball State men’s basketball head coach James Whitford pulled each player and coach into a huddle.
Although Africa has faced terrorism for years, it is an issue sometimes unknown to those outside of the continent.
Cooler air and SNOW moved in on the campus of Ball State University Thursday. NLI Weather Forecaster Ethan Rosuck has the latest weather update, with even COOLER air coming next week. ©2016 NewsLink Indiana, Ball State University.
Senior center Renee Bennett held the ball over her head with less than 10 seconds left in the second quarter with Ball State women's basketball trailing Purdue 27-18.
Social media is giving terrorist groups and empathizers an edge—the tools necessary for mass recruiting.
Sophomore center Trey Moses had one individual goal coming into the 2016-17 men’s basketball season.
Looking for a movie to take your mind off finals and get you in the holiday spirit? Grab a cup of hot chocolate, a fuzzy blanket and enjoy one of these holiday favorites.
Ball State Theatre and Dance is excited and proud to once again present the Senior Choreography Projects, a capstone for department seniors.The show will take place at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 9 in the Korsgaard Dance Studio.
Christmas Eve is a time when children anxiously await the sound of hooves on their rooftops and the jingle of sleigh bells, their Christmas tree brightly lit, a beacon telling Santa “place my gifts here.”
The Student Government Association started making preparations for the spring executive board elections in its last meeting of the semester Dec. 7.
It's freezing outside, snow is falling, finals are coming and all you want to eat is something easy and cheesy that will feed you for a week. The perfect choice? These chicken Alfredo stuffed shells.
In-state bragging rights are on the line Thursday night when Ball State women's basketball hosts Purdue.The Cardinals (5-2) already have two decisive wins over in-state opponents Butler (74-50, Dec. 4) and Evansville (84-49, Nov. 16), but the Boilermakers (5-4) will test a Ball State offense that's among the NCAA's leaders.
Currently, Ball State has over 21,000 undergraduates enrolled and only seven full-time therapists students can make appointments with.
The fifth floor of the Woody/Shales Hall in LaFollette Complex is getting closer and closer to looking like a ghost town.
Broadway and television actress Sutton Foster will be in Muncie between late January and late March, said Bill Jenkins, chairperson of the Department of Theatre and Dance.