Cardinals can fly through Saturn’s rings, travel to various stars or land on Mars in one of Ball State’s attractions.
Founded in 1935, the College of Fine Arts has a mission to “promote awareness, appreciation and expertise in the fine arts.”
Many people around the world heard the Billboard Hot 100 hit “Shut Up and Dance,” but few know that one of Walk the Moon’s band members is a former Cardinal.
Since its inception in 1975, Ball State field hockey owns a 398-367-18 record, meaning its 400th win will likely come in the 2018 season.
Two Ball State alumni, now acting professionals, will perform side-by-side in Chicago this summer.
Originally founded in 2003 by Phi Mu and Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Dance Marathon is a philanthropic event in support of Riley Hospital for Children.
For many college students, adjusting to life in a new town may not be an easy task, but an adjustment to campus life can prove to be especially difficult when your family and friends are miles away from ...
On Nov. 20, 1964, 25 architects petitioned the Indiana State Legislative Advisory Commission to consider establishing a state-supported School of Architecture.
On Wednesday, attorneys from the Alliance Defending Freedom, ADF, filed a federal lawsuit against Ball State University officials on behalf of Students for Life.
As the only Ball State sports program to reach 1,000 wins while holding a winning percentage above .700, the men’s volleyball team has been a model of consistency throughout its 55-year history.
Sunday marked the beginning of preliminary competition to see who will gain the title of Miss Indiana 2018 and some of Ball State’s own will be going for the crown.