Tim Perkey traded in his shoulder pads for a Frisbee when he came to Ball State last year.Perkey, a sophomore business administration major and president of Ball State’s Ultimate Frisbee club, is part of an increasing number of college students who are joining the “Ultimate” ranks.USA Ultimate, the governing body of the sport in the U.S., has seen its college membership rise in the past decade from 9,951 members in 2004 to 16,885 in 2013.
Mammoth Indigo, an indie/art rock band from Yorktown, Virginia, makes a return to Be Here Now on Aug.
Musical events for the weekend of 8/22 - 8/24
When Jake Griffin’s brother was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, he felt a wave of relief.This relief didn’t come from his brother having a mental illness, but from the diagnosis that explained some of his brother’s bizarre behavior.
While many can fulfill their spiritual needs in a row of pews on Sunday morning, Jackson Eflin can just take a step outside to find his church: nature.Eflin, a senior creative writing major, is the president of Ball State’s Society for Earth-based Religions.