Ethic Theatre Alliance held a protest to promote diversity on Sept. 7 starting from the University Green to David Owsley Museum. The protest was in response to the white supremacy rally in Charlottesville and the announcement of the DACA program ending.
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The Ball State University Police Department hosts a free bike registration station outside of Dehority Complex on Aug. 31. Participants got a slice of pizza for registering.
The Quad Bash took place on Aug. 25 in the Quad. There were free pizza, cookies, drinks, frozen treats and shirts to tie-dye. Students could also go one five different inflatable activities.
John R. Emens Auditorium underwent a $5 million, donor-driven expansion project. The renovations include relocation of the box office to an interior area, more restrooms and office/conference spaces as well as an overall larger lobby area.
The Ball State University Police Department hosted the annual Dunk-a-Cop event on Aug. 24 at the Scramble Light. This event was to raise money for Riley Hospital for Childern. Students, faculty and staff could pay $1 for three balls or $5 to automatically dunk a cop.
University Program Board hosts grocery bingo in John R. Emens Auditorium on Aug. 23, 2017. Students who won got a bag of food.
Solar eclipses happen somewhere on Earth every 18 months or so, but this year’s eclipse is unique because of the path of totality it will take across the United States.
It’s been almost two years since David Letterman announced that he was donating his collection of memorabilia and awards to Ball State University.
With the help of several Ball State alumni and four years of writing, workshopping and entering his screenplay into festivals, alumnus Benjamin Dewhurst produced an award winning short film, SARGE.
The Board of Trustees last meeting of the summer will be held on July 21.
Anna Muckenfuss took her eighth grade trip to Washington D.C. for one reason, to visit the Holocaust Museum.
The Rinker Center for International Programs hosted Laughter Yoga on July 14 in the L. A. Pittenger Student Center. Participants went through various childlike play motions and sounds to create laughter, which helps lower stress and boost energy. The class was taught by Cindy Cash, an Instructional Design and Technology Consultant for iLearn and an adjunct faculty member for the Miller College of Business.
Laughter Yoga focuses on breathing and childlike play motions to help lower stress and boost energy.
Maren Orchard’s passion for history started at a young age.
On June 17, 10 Ball State Students competed in the second stage of being crowned Miss America.
This June the Muncie Children’s Museum will be turning 40 years old it has a lot of activities planned to celebrate.
While in Pittsburgh, Trey Moses had the opportunity to meet last year’s Grammy award-winning artist Chance the Rapper.The Ball State basketball player purchased VIP tickets to his performance, allowing him to meet the 24-year-old artist and even snap a selfie that got over 1,000 likes and 400 retweets on Twitter.“We really didn’t talk about much; it was more of a kind of like ‘Hey’ and then we took the picture,” Moses said.
Several parking lots around Ball State's campus will receive repairs throughout the end of May and into the middle part of July.An email sent out by Parking Services today notified of the following renovations set to take place around campus.
Ball State has agreed to play Georgia Southern for the first time in 2022 and 2023.First, the Cardinals will travel to Allen E.
Sexting is becoming increasingly popular among young adults, but the possibility of the sext being shared is often overlooked.