From textbook costs to conversations on diversity, university governance addresses a range of issues on campus.
Bright, green leaves decorate the sunlit windows of the Rinard Orchid Greenhouse. Over 4,000 people a year visit the plants and programs the building holds, said greenhouse curator Cheryl LeBlanc.
Amplify, Student Government Association’s (SGA) executive slate, has completed three out of 16 platform points, said SGA president Isaac Mitchell at Wednesday’s SGA senate meeting.
When Joe Trimmer wrote the proposal in 1999 that would change Ball State’s curriculum, he didn’t want to present it.
Bright, green succulents are a plant that can be seen in the windows of college dorm rooms, soaking in the sun. A plant that you can learn more about at the Orchid Greenhouse on campus.