While the Cardinals were able to tie the set at 11, the comeback attempt fell just short as Northern Illinois went on a 4-1 run to close out the 3-2 win.
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By the year 2044, America will be a majority of minority races, and will need to adapt to changes in education and politics that do not serve a white majority
Continuing a week filled with hate crimes and violence, the Martin Luther King Dream Team Freedom Bus was found vandalized Nov. 11.
Ball State men's basketball started regular season play against Saint Louis University making 5 of their first 6 shots from beyond the arc in an 85-64 victory.
Tied 4-4 early in the fourth set, senior outside hitter Mackenzie Kitchel’s block at the net got the Ball State Cardinals fired up after losing the previous set 25-12. After that block, the Cardinals would never trail in the match again and went on runs of 6-0 and 7-0 to defeat Western Michigan 3-1 (25-21, 25-18, 12-25, 25-14).
Ball State students organize anti-Trump demonstration
The weather these past few weeks have been really confusing.
Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by 0.2 percent — a slim margin, but still a win.
The long election season resulted in polarizing voting results for Ball State students and the surrounding community.
Many people didn’t vote on Election Day — but not for lack of trying.
Coming into the season, head coach Brady Sallee faced many questions about how he and his team would replace the program’s all-time leading scorer, Nathalie Fontaine.
Seven local elementary and middle schools were in attendance for Kids' Day. About 1,000 students filled out the crowd of 1,683 in the Cardinals’ season-opener — brought to you by the letter W.
Having an all-Republican controlled government could give president-elect Donald Trump the flexibility to push more conservative measures once he takes office.
The outcome of the 2016 election has brought strong feelings about the future of minority rights, including those in the LGBTQ community.
As Americans take time to honor those who served in the military on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11, the Ball State community doesn't have to look too far.
Indiana Department of Veterans’ Affairs Director James Brown said in the media release he "highly encourages fellow veterans to take advantage of this opportunity."
Mikey Higgins is a junior animation major and creates "Ball State of Mind" for the Daily News.
After the 74-64 victory over UIndy Nov. 4 in the exhibition game, men’s basketball is set to open non-conference regular season play Nov. 11 against the Saint Louis University Billikens.
America’s “Mr. Brexit” will step into the U.S. presidency Jan. 20, 2017.
A comical cartoonist is teaching Ball State students how to think like children.