The month of October means the onset of Halloween. From pumpkin picking to putting together creative costumes and even enjoying tons of yummy candy, it is no wonder that so many people love this spooky holiday.
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Lobbying as a whole is generally looked at in a negative way. The reality is that lobbying is crucial for Ball State and similar universities across the country to function.
Today’s installment of "Wein and Dine" continues my Facebook food video experiment. Since last time featured an appetizer, I moved on to soup, which coincides perfectly with the arrival of crisp fall weather. Having tried a dish from Tasty, I turned to another dominant force in the world of overhead-too-simple-and-scrumptious-to-be-true videos: Delish.
The first thought that came to mind was acknowledging the fact that "Stranger Things" takes place in Indiana. Indiana doesn’t have much so it’s always an exciting thing to see it rise in a TV show or book, like John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars.”
Temperatures will be in the lower 80's to close out the week before cooler temperatures arrive for Saturday and Sunday.
Cardinal Kitchen, which opened for the year in mid-September, will be open every Tuesday from 5-8 pm.
Nothing is really free in life – including graduation.
Down two sets to none and trailing 20-15 in the third set to Youngstown State, junior outside hitter Sabrina Mangapora stepped on the court for her first regular season match in nearly two years. She contributed a kill and back-to-back service aces to help bring Ball State back within two in a crucial third set.
Instead of celebrating Christopher Columbus, some cities across the U.S. are beginning to celebrate the people he encountered, instead.
At 3 p.m. on a Wednesday afternoon, Allegre’s staff hurries to lay out precise place settings and perfect that night’s recipes. Walking in, a person would never know that the entire restaurant is the work of Ball State students who have limited experience in fine dining.
“I look at everything through cupcake vision.” This describes Johnny “Cupcakes” Earle’s view on business, family, life and everything in between.
Next on the schedule is a road trip to Central Michigan, who comes in at 3-2 (0-1 MAC). The Chippewas lost to Western Michigan last week, but are one of the most talented teams in the league.
Warm temperatures to start the week with rain returning by the weekend!
On the corner of Walnut and Jackson sits Wishbone Gifts, a simple storefront full of colorful pipes and tapestries.
Warm temperatures to begin the week with rain chances returning this weekend.
Thanks to a second showtime for this year's Air Jam performances, no groups will be turned away from participating in the popular homecoming event.
After the Montreal pit bull ban passed, a local animal shelter offered to help dogs in danger.
Growing up with a learning disability didn’t stop Johnny 'Cupcakes' Earle from his dream. Johnny Cupcakes, Earle's T-shirt brand, started as a joke within his band and turned into a multi-million dollar business.
The Hollywood professionals who visited Ball State over the weekend had a lot of knowledge and experience to share.