Writing rapidly, you’re 15 minutes into a test you’ve strenuously studied for, and then you’re pulled out of class.
For hundreds of years, the National Panhellenic Council (NPHC), consisting of nine fraternities and sororities nationwide, have seen plots of land dedicated to their organizations, but the process can be summarized as an uphill battle on college campuses.
Police cleaned up a meth lab discovered near Ball State’s campus Wednesday afternoon.
“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.