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Thundery Thursday then temps tumble

 NewsLink Indiana Weather Forecaster Ryan Hill is tracking some potential severe weather tomorrow along with a big change after in his full forecast! 

Tax season assistance on campus

Through the VITA program, you can upload your information and they will file your taxes for you, or you can file your taxes by yourself through VITA and have volunteers at your assistance to guide you through it. 

Windy but warm (for now)

Weather Forecaster Rachel Sherfey shares details about a Wind Advisory in effect through tonight and a dramatic cool down this week. 

A Valentine’s Day social event

Katrina Leming, the Campaign Manager, was there to present and provide information on what SGA is doing to help the environment, campus safety, Ball State transportation and more. 

A-I Online Essay Writer

Another Ball State student, Katie Kois said “The purpose of writing your own essays is to learn while you do it, and having something to write for you, will mean you lose that learning skill.” 

Windy Valentine's Day

Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Oliver Moster is expecting a windy Valentines Day and some precipitation chances for the week. 

BSA’s my black hair

“We wanted everyone to know that we can let you know how to take care of your hair, how to manage and also the best styles to deal with black hair,” Jackson said.

Asian Student Union attendees engage in conversation at the Asian Student Union meeting Feb. 6 in the Multicultural Center. Christian Avila, first-year Ball State English education major, said having a support system has helped him cope with the negative aspects that come with being Asian-American at Ball State. Maya Kim, DN

ASU speed friending game night

“This Union is a place where you can meet new people around campus with the same heritage and cultural background as you,” Avila said. “It helped me a lot this year to make new friends coming in as a freshman.”

High hopes for affordable housing in Muncie

“We have worked hard to make this work,” said Ridenour. “It’s taking lots that we own that are not generating taxes and we’ll put homes on them, and we’re really excited about that investment into our neighborhoods that are so important to us.”