History professor Michael Doyle spent the very first Earth Day, April 22, 1970, as a 17-year-old student showing his classmates at Winona Senior High School in Winona, Wisconsin, a film he made about the negative effects of air and water pollution.
“I’m proud,” said Hurley Goodall, a 91-year-old prominent local African American figure who will have a statue dedicated to him by summer 2020.
Jay Coles’ new book “Tyler Johnson Was Here” debuted March 20, and since then he has toured the country promoting his book and meeting fans.
Geese are slowly making their return to campus — something that has both students and the university’s facilities planning and management department on edge.
The 4th annual Thank A Donor Day hosted by the Ball State University Foundation and the Philanthropy Education Council took place Tuesday evening at Pruis Hall.