It's the second day of Fall, but it sure does not feel like it out there with temperatures skyrocketing into the upper 80s.
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History will soon come to life on the stage as Ball State’s Department of Theatre and Dance prepares for the opening night of "Parade," a musical glimpse into a poignant event in America’s past.
Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, released dash cam and aerial footage, 911 calls and police radio traffic with unusual swiftness following the Sept. 16 shooting death of an unarmed black man by a white officer.
2018 is already looking to be a promising year for the city of Muncie.
Ball State played its best complete game of the season last Saturday, a 41-14 dominant home win over Eastern Kentucky.
Spectrum held a "BIases" conversation on Sept. 22 in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center to discuss biases in sexuality.
Jake Fox, the Daily News football writer, is traveling to the game and offered up some insight on the key positional matchups.
Interrupting my busy schedule of Netflix and Ramen noodle dinners, New York Fashion Week stole the show and served an array of beautiful collections, controversy, and style madness enough to fulfill the cravings of a fashionista. If your feeds are like mine, it’s overwhelming to keep up with everything that goes on at Fashion Week when every show, look, and celebrity drama seems exciting.
Weather Forecaster Ethan Rosuck is back with the details on the above average temperatures sticking around for the next few days.
UPDATEThe body found in the front yard of 1517 East Washington St.
Ball State cross country hosts its first meet in nearly two years Sept. 23, but the biggest home-field advantage might be the proximity to the Health Center.Distance coach Raynee DeGrio is hoping she has a healthy team to put on the starting line.
It is time to take out your fishnets and bright red lipstick; Cornerstone Center for the Arts is giving you the opportunity to come to Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s mansion and meet some wild monsters this weekend.
Ball State soccer is about to start its bid to defend last season's regular-season Mid-American Conference title.After a 5-2-1 start to the season, The Cardinals open conference play against Buffalo (3-3-1) Friday.Head coach Craig Roberts said the MAC has improved in recent years.“I think the MAC continues to increase in ability level," he said.
When Sean Wiggins got to Ball State four years ago, he didn't know Zack Ryan. But it didn't take him long to figure out that he wanted to be just like Ryan.It's easy to see why. Ryan, now a fifth-year senior for the Cardinals, has started every year of his career in the middle linebacker position. He leads the team in tackles this year with 26 tackles through three games, along with 3.5 tackles for loss and a sack.
The presidential election and Indiana’s Gubernatorial race aren’t the only elections on Nov. 8. Ball State students will also be able to cast their ballot for candidates who want to represent Indiana in the United States Senate.
There are around 1,500 street lights spread through out campus and recent student reports on these nights have not be positive.
Following the soccer game against Buffalo Sept. 23, Ball State fans will just keep swimming to Scheumann Stadium for a screening of Finding Dory.Shawn Sullivan, assistant athletics director for marketing and fan engagement, said that the athletics department has been looking to tie in more promotions such as this to some of the sports that don’t get as much attention.
It's not often that you see a group of basketball players who are not more than five feet off the ground, scoring almost no baskets, and having a great time with it.
A 25-year-old man who described himself as a regular customer of a westside Muncie convenience store robbed the business early Thursday morning because he was facing eviction and needed rent money, police said.
The Student Government Association passed legislation on Sept. 23 that would allow for more separation of power between the branches of the government.