The cold and windy weather serves as the first sign the holiday season is right around the corner. And as the festivities approach, so does the shopping season, with Black Friday serving as the first mile marker for American shoppers.
Autumnal colors are on full display, with red, yellow and orange leaves contributing to the ambience of Ball State’s campus. However, some students are puzzled that the landscape only began to change in late October.
While the donkeys and elephants battle it out for national, state and local seats, members of the Ball State community shared their opinions on what issues they consider important leading up to Nov. 6.
With the midterm elections soon approaching, the question lingers as to why the voter turnout for midterm elections has consistently been far lower than presidential elections.
Grey clouds and cold rain might have made Ball State’s campus wet and gloomy, but that did not drown or dampen the spirit of students who gathered for a pink balloon release event to observe breast cancer awareness month.