The music is deafening. There’s clapping — cheering — as the rainbow curtains rise and the repeating chants of “let me in!” echo within the walls and vibrate human bones.
I feel sickness in my stomach every time something romantic shows up on my social media. However, that’s my own personal experiences, and I’m on a rather extreme end of the spectrum.
For the third year in a row, the Ball State Tech Center hosted “Love Your Computer,” a free event in Bracken Library, where students can bring their laptops to get them cleaned and fixed.
Of the 653 million books printed in 2015, according to the data analytics company Nielsen, 86.2 percent of the authors were white, according to Data USA.
Walt Disney once said, “It was all started by a mouse.” But for Ball State alumnus Jim Davis, it all started with a cat.