Ashley Caceres is a freshman architecture student at Ball State, but during the summer, she tries on the safety equipment of a working class machine operator.
Late Nite Carnival 2015 will feature sixteen rides, a caricature artist, face painters, fireworks and more. Revelers can expect mild temperatures and negligible chances of rain, but eleven years ago, before the first Carnival, Late Nite coordinators weren’t even sure there would be an event.
On the second floor of the Art and Journalism Building, there is a particular hallway where glass display cases containing the work of student artists attract the eyes of students rushing to their next class.
Typefaces and the Adobe Suite rule the visual communication major's life
In comics, heroes triumph over villains or they fall victim to defeat. A superhero’s identity could be known, but not what lies underneath. Fourteen Ball State students tore off the real mask and joined Representing Religion in Comics, a special immersion class taught by Associate Professor of religious studies Jeffrey Bracket. The class also attended Indianapolis Comic Con on Sunday, March 15 as panel speakers for the class.