As promised at the beginning of the school year, the Counseling Center is continuing to implement changes to best serve Ball State students.
There are books that linger in a person. Classic stories like “Goodnight Moon,” “The Poky Little Puppy” and “Charlotte’s Web” never grow old and continue to thrill generations of children and their parents. When Ben Barry thinks about a book that has touched him, he thinks of one that he helped create – “The Return of Michael Jordan.”
Two lawyers are suing 62 Indiana hospitals, including Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital, for allegedly falsifying records and defrauding taxpayers.
The health care industry is powered by women. Nearly 80 percent of workers in health care and social assistance fields are women. Yet, according to the American College of Healthcare Executives, a higher proportion of men, 57 percent, are the key decision-makers and hold the roles in general management compared to 44 percent of women.
“It was decent.” Those three words were used to describe Kaleigh Whitehill’s experience with the Counseling Center last year.