We are really good at a lot of things, but buying bananas and letting them rot is our specialty. This bread is perfect for eliminating banana guilt.
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The town hall was held to allow students to bring up their concerns to SGA, as well as suggest legislation.
A blue donkey, red elephant, yellow porcupine and a green globe gathered together to share their party’s plans for the future of the U.S. on Wednesday.
One win is all that stands between Ball State women's soccer and its second consecutive Mid-American Conference regular season title.
Warmer temperatures on the way, but so is a potentially rainy Sunday.
Teaching is one of the first professions we are introduced to as children. However, only four percent of high school graduates in the U.S. pursue a degree in education, according to data collected in 2015 from ACT participants.
Millennials account for around 25.5 percent of those age-eligible to vote today, but less than half of young people overall are registered to vote.
Having a career year for Ball State field hockey (7-10, 2-3 MAC) is not enough for the ever hard-working senior goalkeeper Jordan Dues.
A total of 15 Ball State student-athletes entered the concussion protocol during the 2015-16 athletic season, a lower number than the three years preceding it. Football, which is the sport most commonly identified with concussions, accounted the largest portion of that total with seven.
The group of brothers, hailing from Chicago's south side, consists of trumpets, trombones and a baritone.
Being locked in a room with clues to find, puzzles to solve and keys to use is what Escape Muncie is all about.
Recent police brutality highlighted in the media has caught the attention of some in the Muncie community.
Students will have the chance to voice their concerns from 5 to 6 p.m. in L.A. Pittenger Student Center Room 301-302.
Today's Birthday (10/26/16). Prioritize peaceful reflection and inner discovery this year. Create visions for the future, after considering the past.
Between the years 2014 and 2015, the number of alcohol-related arrests and disciplinary referrals on campus have significantly declined.
Local leaders will meet at the Alumni Center to discuss possible improvements to food availability.
Rain will be on the radar tonight and for the better half of tomorrow. To end the work week look for sunny conditions and for the weekend as well!
Visitors to two of Ball State's main webpages will now see a new design.
Halloween is just around the corner. Get into the holiday spirit by decorating a pumpkin of your own, here are some easy ideas that will fit on small, dorm-friendly pumpkins.
American elections aren't overly interesting to Gary Younge, editor-at-large for the Guardian. What is interesting to him, however, are the issues. The Black Lives Matter movement, LGBT issues, transgender studies, slut walks — the things that bring people together and incite passion.