When he was born, the first sight Alfredo Marin-Carle saw while slipping into the arms of his Catholic midwives was his father’s paintings.
Surrounded by the click clack sound of amusement rides, Kayla Bell approached the carnival with excitement.
In a time when many Hoosiers are denouncing their home state or threatening to move far away from it, one telecommunications professor just wants to photograph it.
Despite a job at a “great” digital media agency in Chicago, alumna Alicia Bird missed the rush and chaos of the restaurant industry. On a cross country road-trip with her boyfriend Scott Golas, Bird decided to quit her job and buy a space in the east of Chicago. She was going to start a restaurant.
With more than 1,300 at Ball State, it can be hard to spot a fellow telecommunications major or minor, but that might be because of all the equipment they're carrying. Here are nine signs that you're a TCOM major.