International students at Ball State have been following the presidential election closely, even though they can’t vote.
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While it's too late for voters to change the candidates on top of the ticket, they can change which party they align their votes with.
Some voters are participating in the election for their first time. Others, however, are a bit more seasoned.
Shortly after 6:30 a.m., the lines had shortened at the church and there was no longer a line to sign in or cast your ballot.
The days are long, and they often get no thanks for the work they do. But the election wouldn't be able to go on without them.
Ball State soccer held out hope for an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament after an early exit from the Mid-American Conference Tournament, but Monday night the team learned its season is officially over.The Cardinals (14-3-4) won the MAC regular season title and finished the season ranked 51st in the RPI rankings, but did not make the 64-team tournament.19 teams ranked lower than Ball State made the cut, but only two of those teams -- Oklahoma State and Texas A&M -- received at-large bids.
When Ball State alumni Alice Thomsen lost her beloved feline friend, Del Rey, 2 years ago, she believed she would never see her charming 8 year old domesticated short-haired cat again.All of that changed this past October with one simple phone call.
Greg Ballard, a former mayor of Indianapolis spoke in the Architecture building on Nov. 7 to talk about his time as mayor. The presentation, “Creating a Vibrant City,” focused on his contributions to the city. These included improvements to the sewer system, the cultural trail and an electric bus system. He also touched on the current state of politics on the national level.
Although the presidential race is at the forefront of everyone’s attention today, Indiana has many other important races going on.
Should hunting and fishing be protected rights for people of Indiana? Hoosier voters will decide when they answer question one on their ballots this election.
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Rain and below average temperatures will return to Central Indiana!
It’s been eight months since John “Papa John” Schnatter and the Charles Koch Foundation donated $3.25 million to the university, but students are still pushing back against it.
Make sure you know the answer to these five questions about voting in Delaware County.
An all-female cast and production team makes up the Cave Theatre’s latest show, “Top Girls.” Well, almost all females.
No matter who wins the presidency, don’t celebrate — or commiserate — this year’s historical election alone. Take a friend and join other fellow Americans for one of many watch parties happening on campus Nov. 8.
It’s not an ideal presidential election for many first-time voters at Ball State.
Ball State (4-5, 1-4 MAC) will have a chance to send its 23 seniors out the right way this time around, when it welcomes Eastern Michigan (5-4, 2-3 MAC) to Scheumann Stadium on Nov. 8.
There will need to be a whole lot of forgiving — but not forgetting — applied to the wounds inflicted on the composite American psyche after this scurrilous election cycle.
Jake Fox, the Daily News football reporter, is covering the game and offered up some insight on the key positional matchups: