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.
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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:
Greg Ballard, former mayor of Indianapolis, will speak at the College of Architecture and Planning on Nov.
Community members have joined together in an effort to help ease the struggles of refugees in northern Iraq.
The women’s swim and dive team looked to bounce back from a loss to Bowling Green as they faced off against Tiffin in a co-ed meet.
“We are making great progress at this point,” head swimming coach Bob Thomas said. “Right now this is our third weekend of competition and I’m looking forward to the next meet.”
Fall-like temperatures are here and will be sticking around for the next few days
“We have been keeping both the intensity and volume up," head coach Bob Thomas said. "The program that I have been running has been a great success."
A recent study has found the racial wage gap has grown dramatically since 1979.
Exhibition games are a chance for players to play under the lights and get the jitters out.Ball State men's basketball's 74-64 exhibition victory over the University of Indianapolis seemed to do just that — but the win didn't come easy.
The Daily News surveyed students, faculty and staff this week, encouraging members of the Ball State community to express their views on the upcoming election Nov. 8.
The Cardinal WX team has the breakdown of the weekend forecast into next week. Check out Ball State's mobile morning show.
The seating area between the Architecture and Whitinger Business buildings, which many call “the Ashtray,” is in sad shape, some students say.The tiled pavement is cracked and wobbly in spots, making it impossible for some students in wheelchairs to access it.
The discussion started with each panelist explaining how the election and candidates have gotten to this point.
The event featured cuisine from countries like Rwanda and Saudi Arabia, and students could also take part in various performances, a photo booth, ice sculpting, belly dancing, henna tattooing, an animal show and even bug tasting.
Ball State men’s basketball started its season with an exhibition against the University of Indianapolis Greyhounds and came away with more than just the 74-64 victory on Nov. 3.There are improvements this team must make in order to compete for a Mid-American Conference title.