It’s been nearly a decade since Wendell Brown played his last snap on the gridiron for Ball State University. In the last two years, Brown went from being a football coach traveling abroad in China to being detained in a foreign prison.
Nearly 18 months have passed since Craig Nichols, the former building commissioner of Muncie, was arrested on the grounds of wire fraud and money laundering.
From the Burris Laboratory School to a Grammy award, Muncie native Angelin Chang is a success story for Ball State alumni in the field of music.
Each hour, on the hour, Ball State students and faculty are reminded of not only the time of day, but of a landmark that stands at the center of the Cardinal campus.
From bagpipes to being damned to Hell, marching bands and brass horns, Ball State University's Scramble Light has become much more than a place for thousands to safely walk across campus.