“Hey, Hey! Ho, Ho! Gun violence has got to go!” chanted students and faculty as they lined McKinley Avenue from the Scramble Light to Ball Communications Buildings.
After a weeks worth of slumber, Ball State Dining welcomed students back to campus with warm hot chocolate and new, fresh food options.
As the words of a civil rights lawyer echo through Pruis Hall, a white mother nods in agreement as she listens, seated next to her 14-year-old African-American son who's heard too many relatable stories.
When you walk into the Boys and Girls Club of Muncie (BGC) you’re guaranteed to hear bouncing basketballs and chatter from children all followed by a warm greeting from the receptionist.
Finishing the story James Baldwin hoped to see in his lifetime, Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck's acclaimed documentary titled "I Am Not Your Negro" will be showing Wednesday.