To kick off its week of events, the Latino Student Union hosted salsa night, an event to show students how salsa is performed.
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In an effort to help those effected by the EF3 tornado that went through Kokomo on Aug. 24, damaging hundreds of homes and businesses, the Ball Brothers Foundation has awarded a $25,000 grant to the Indiana Region of the American Red Cross.
Muncie, IN (newslink Indiana)-- We have a great week ahead of us, with sunshine and clear skies taking over the week. For today, the high will reach 86 degrees with few clouds and a low of 61 degrees. Tomorrow and the rest of this week are looking fantastic. Temperatures will be in the upper 80's with some of those days possibly hitting 90 degrees. The dew point will be in the low 60's leaving perfect conditions to stay outdoors. There will be cooler temperatures that work there way into the weekend with highs in the lower 80's. Next week brings cooler temperatures along with some scattered showers for Tuesday. Overall this is a fantastic week to get outside and enjoy the sun and warm weather. Be sure to give us a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather to stay updated on the most recent weather conditions.
The U.S. News & World Report ranked Ball State 176th in the nation and fourth best in the Mid-American Conference along with deeming it an "A-Plus School for B Students," and The Princeton Review's annual college ratings ranked Ball State in the Top 50 Green Colleges and named it a Best Midwestern College.
Out of all the businesses affected by the construction in downtown Muncie, The Downtown Farm Stand has taken one of the hardest hits, says the owner.
Construction in downtown Muncie is hurting sales of some small businesses but will give them millions of dollars in upgrades, says a city official.
The fall season officially starts on Sept. 22, and the University Program Board is helping students celebrate with their annual Fall Fest. UPB will be hosting Fall Fest on Sept. 22 from 6 to 9 p.m. at LaFollette Field.
Learning how to be an adult can be hard for young people, but the Muncie Public Library is hoping to make that adjustment easier.
Things are much different than a week ago.
It is time to take out your fishnets and bright red lipstick; Cornerstone Center for the Arts is giving you the opportunity to come to Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s mansion and meet some wild monsters this weekend.
Ball State women’s volleyball took home both Mid-American Conference West Offensive and Defensive player of the Week awards.
They're on campus every day, sweeping and mopping, sporting gray polo shirts. Some may consider them superheroes without capes: custodians.
The 2,300 acres of forest and wetlands near the White River will be more prominent than ever on Sept. 24 as Hoosier Environmental Council hosts its annual Ride for the Mounds.
Cardinal Kitchen, which opened for the year in mid-September, will be open every Tuesday from 5 to 8 pm.
The Emmys is a night to celebrate all the writers, directors, actors and actresses on primetime TV. The 68th Annual Primetime Emmys aired Sept. 18 at 8 p.m.
Damon Hazelton Jr. wasn't even listed on Ball State's depth chart coming into the game against Eastern Kentucky.
It was an emotional week for Ball State soccer, with two goalkeepers competing for playing time and a surprise visit for one of the seniors on Senior Day.
It was a busy family weekend at Ball State. Athletics featured home games for football, soccer and women's volleyball and field hockey hit the road for the fourth straight weekend.
With Family Weekend wrapped around Ball State football's home opener, a confident air spread across the Cardinals' sideline.