When 12-year-old Susana Rivera-Mills moved to California from El Salvador, college wasn’t the first thought on her mind.
Special wood, carving tools and sometimes chains are only a few of the requirements needed to create custom-made frames and repair different art pieces taken to Gordy Fine Art and Framing Company.
Coming off its second straight loss on Wednesday, Ball State softball (27-15, 9-5 MAC) looks to get back into the swing of things in its final home series against Central Michigan (18-18, 8-6 MAC). ...
In a 14-inning battle that lasted five and a half hours and featured 14 different pitchers, the Hoosiers walked off in the bottom of the 14th to secure a 9-8 victory.
“I’m proud,” said Hurley Goodall, a 91-year-old prominent local African American figure who will have a statue dedicated to him by summer 2020.
Tearful welcomes came as the 2018-19 executive slate Amplify was inaugurated into office Wednesday and the 2017-18 Student Government Association executive slate OPTiC’s tenure came to an end. ...
In a match that had a promising start for No. 11 Ball State men’s volleyball, the team couldn’t sustain the momentum of a commanding first set.
After the ground near West Washington Street and North McKinley Avenue opened last week, the City of Muncie made a temporary $2,500 fix.
Ball State was one of 24 schools to make the 2018 Princeton Review Green Honor Roll.
Making its return to the MIVA Semifinals for the second consecutive season, No. 3 seed Ball State men's volleyball will look to take down No. 2 seed Loyola-Chicago.
After leaving the blue hallways of Greensburg High School in 2014, Collin Rigney knew he wanted to be a teacher.
Jay Coles’ new book “Tyler Johnson Was Here” debuted March 20, and since then he has toured the country promoting his book and meeting fans.
Since he was a child, Aiden Medellin, sophomore political science major, has always wanted to work in public services.
Almost a year after completing her undergraduate degree, Erika Espinoza — a Department of Journalism alumna — was part of a Pulitzer-prize winning project.
Twelve egg whites, eight ounces of chicken, eight ounces of brown sirloin, eight ounces of tilapia, eight ounces of sweet potato and a cup and a half of broccoli are what make up the six meals a day Josh ...
The university announced that President Geoffrey S. Mearns selected Dr. Susana Rivera-Mills as the new Provost and executive vice president for academic affairs Monday.