It may have been an innocent group picture taken during a tailgate or a friend's 21st birthday party, but what students put on their social media can come back to haunt them when they apply for jobs.
Ball State athletics is joining the effort to raise money toward Ball State University Dance Marathon by donating part of its game proceeds to the year-long fundraising organization.
Tuesday’s Social Media Night game promotion was not enough to push the Cardinals (15-9) to a win against the Ohio University Bobcats (15-8) in Worthen Arena.
Students will be cheering for more than just a basketball game on Feb. 9, as Ball State athletics hosts its second annual social media night at Worthen Arena. Through email, Ball State athletics gave away free customized T-shirts for students who sent their name, T-shirt size and Twitter handle. Around 1,000 students are set to receive shirts.
Every year, thousands of college football players graduate from their respective universities with hopes of moving onto the next level. This includes former Ball State wide receiver Jordan Williams.