A kidney bowl sounds like a prop you would find in a cheap 80s horror movie, but for local skate boarders, it’s just another challenge in the park.
Hollywood had just completed his first season with the team, where head coach James Whitford had him sit out his first season as a redshirt.
Welcome Week is when everyone returns to campus and freshman move in. Along with emptying boxes comes a lot of partying, which keeps local law enforcement busy.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is fundraising to purchase a new K-9 officer after the loss of German Shepherd K-9 Sabo in July.
At 2:25 p.m. Monday, various Ball State students and faculty turned their heads toward the sky to view a total solar eclipse.
At 1:22 p.m., power outages occurred in several buildings across campus. The reason for the power outage is unclear at this time.
Solar eclipses happen somewhere on Earth every 18 months or so, but this year’s eclipse is unique because of the path of totality it will take across the United States.
“Let’s take the world” was the closing message from President Geoffrey S. Mearns as he addressed Ball State faculty and staff at the 2017 Fall Faculty Convocation.
Ball State Dance Marathon kicks offs the semester tonight with FTKarnival.
It’s been almost two years since David Letterman announced that he was donating his collection of memorabilia and awards to Ball State University.
It's move in day at Ball State, which means for the first time in two years, the Schmidt/Wilson residence hall is opening its doors.
It was a busy summer for construction around campus, and while the final stages of some of the projects are wrapping up, campus may look a little different than it did in just a few months ago.
A former Ball State student who stabbed a man in the chest last November is walking free, according to online court records.
Even though he has only been in office for about three months, President Geoffrey S. Mearns has stayed busy preparing for his first academic year in his new role.