Halfway through the summer, stories keep coming in. Take a look at some of the biggest headlines from the Ball State Daily News this past week.
MAC 2017 Hall of Fame class: Ball State's Jen Brown-Mascari - June 19, 2017
In her four years playing field hockey at Ball State University, Jen Brown-Mascari never lost to a Mid-American Conference opponent.She helped lead Ball State to a 45-0 Mid-American Conference record between 1994-1997, accumulating a 70-19-2 overall record in that span. ... Read more.
Peggy Fisher was watching the news when she was inspired to do something new for a part of the community.
The assistant professor in communication studies at Ball State University is involved in outreach programs with her church and the Muncie community. She recently stepped off the board of directors for an organization called Feed My Sheep, which gives food to those in need. ... Read more.
When Kyleigh Mazer graduated in May, not only did she have a full-time job lined up –she was the CEO of her own company, Bend N' Bright.
In high school, Mazer aspired to be in theatre, but when she came to Ball State, her dreams shifted. She decided that she wanted to be a CEO and run a company, a dream that she thought would be achieved when she was 30 years old, not right out of college. ... Read more.
The famous chirping Scramble Light at Ball State will remain off until classes begin in the fall.
Due to campus construction in the area with Riverside being closed, the traffic light intersection of North McKinley Ave. and Riverside Ave. has been turned off and transformed into a three-way stop with stop signs posted ... Read more.
Construction is done and now it's time to move in – the furniture that is. The Schmidt/Wilson halls in the Johnson West Complex is in the final stages of completion as Housing and Residence Life prepares for students to move-in come fall. ... Read more.