From new trustees to a controversial grant, here are eight important events that occurred between former President Paul W. Ferguson's resignation and the announcement of new President Geoffrey S. Mearns.
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Along with the Ball State students and staff, the Student Government Association is preparing to work closely with President Geoffrey S. Mearns.
Questions about transparency, a future game plan and community engagement were all posed to Geoffrey S. Mearns Jan. 24 when the Board of Trustees announced him as the university's 17th president.
The Ball State Board of Trustees named Geoffrey S. Mearns the 17th university president Jan. 24. With the new president's employment set to begin in early August, the Daily News talked to students about the expectations they have and the changes they hope to see in the future.
For students interested in 3-D art, there are three guilds on campus — the Metals Guild, the Glass Guild and the Ceramic Guild.
Ball State's 17th president, Geoffrey S. Mearns, was appointed on Tuesday afternoon. Although his tenure has not officially begun, he already has plans in mind.
The president isn't the only person who makes decisions for the university. Get to know your Board of Trustees.
Samantha, Sherman, Sheldon, Sylvia, Sydney, Sebastian, Pavarti, Louie and Ali. These are all members of Glen Stamp and Adrienne Bliss’ family.
Bookmark or stay on this page for live updates on announcements and news related to Ball State's next president.
Even in losses, there are still lessons to be learned. Ball State women's tennis opened its season with a 7-0 loss at No. 2 North Carolina Jan. 21.
Mattie Coleman is known as the “hat lady” around Muncie.
"What is the precise moment, in the life of a country, when tyranny takes hold? It rarely happens in an instant; it arrives like twilight, and, at first, the eyes adjust." -Evan Osnos from the New Yorker
Junior guard Jeremie Tyler is back with his teammates and helping Ball State men’s basketball win games.
Elegant ballroom styles, playful tango, lively swing dancing — these are just a few of the dances you can learn if you become a part of Cornerstone Center for the Arts' Monthly Dance Club.
Starting a conversation about diversity has been a big focus for organizations on campus. Panels and university-sanctioned events, such as Unity Week, have welcomed the discussion of diversity with open arms.
After Donald Trump's inauguration Jan. 20, two students stood on the corner of the Scramble Light to provide encouragement and hugs to those in need.
After nearly a year without a permanent president, the Ball State Board of Trustees will name and introduce the university's incoming president Tuesday.
"Women’s rights are human rights" — that’s the message made clear by thousands of pink-hatted demonstrators who marched through Washington, D.C. Jan. 21, the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump.
The No. 13 Cardinals improve to 6-1 on the season with wins over Harvard and Sacred Heart.
Ball State senior Lucas Andersen had his hands full in the first set in the top flight of the Ball State men's tennis 7-0 win over Eastern Illinois Jan. 22.