Claire Boenitz first realized she was gay in the seventh grade. Ever since then, she’s had to change how she approaches other people.
Ken Holland wants to help bring peace to conflict-affected countries by nurturing future leaders. That’s why he’s leaving Ball State’s Center for International Development to become president of the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).
After seeing three gun-related deaths in Muncie over the past two months, some community members have had enough.
A senior at Ball State majoring in studio art and psychology, Rogers leads the Swing Dancing Society on campus.
Though artificial intelligence cannot yet match the human mind in many ways, further advancement could force us to decide what separates mankind from machines.