After three and a half hour practices twice a week, additional individual practice and the help of a personal trainer, Ball State’s Code Red dance team ended its season with a sixth place finish at Nationals.
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With some of its pages yellowed and cracking, the Vulgate — a Latin version of the Bible from the 13th century — sits in The Remnant Trust Book Exhibit.
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As an a cappella group, Straight No Chaser brings their shows to life with vocal harmonies, “goofy” choreography and twists on fan-favorite song covers.
Jennifer Eber, one of eight nominees, recently won the A. Jane Morton Award for her 12 years of service at Ball State.
Campus publication "The Odyssey" hosted its first launch party for its yearly issue. The party featured spoken word poetry read from the publication as well as shirts, posters and copies of the publication for those who attended.
Nick Molter, a 2014 Ball State graduate, has recently released an app called Dinggo.
It was a Sunday.
Starting at a young age, Paul Luft, whose stage name is Paul Rosewood, was no stranger to putting on performances with his siblings.
For 10 minutes, members of the Ball State Speech Team had everyone’s attention and the stage to themselves as they performed their speeches.
For a year and a half, senior playwright Emma Rund has been writing and rewriting what she called her masterpiece, “Rosemary and Time.”
The concept of saving energy and using more eco-friendly resources has been around for years — businesses like the Indianapolis International Airport have even made the switch entirely to solar panels.
Featuring 20-foot screens, lights that can be seen almost a mile away and lasers that require federal waivers, Muncie has never witnessed a concert scene like this before.
Ball State’s School of Art has been inviting different artists to speak this semester. Thursday, March 28, John Pomeroy gave a talk to aspiring animators and artists.
During the Indian holiday Holi, students had a chance to introduce their friends to Indian cultures and expose them to new ideas.
This weekend, Cardinal Con, an event hosted by Ball State’s Japanese Animation Society, will be held in the Whitinger Business Building on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Editor's Note: Terence Lightning Jr. is involved in Unified Media organizations, but is also a member of the Ball State Belly Dance Club.
Recognizing historic Ball State women as part of Women's History Month for their accomplishments.
An international pastime with over a billion dollars in annual revenue, an audience of 380 million spectators and 588 major events across the world is impressive on its own. When considering that this sport’s athletes compete in front of computer monitors, hands gripped to keyboards and mice. It sounds like something out of an Orson Scott Card novel. However, throughout Asia, North America and Europe, esports have become a reality for millions of fans. College organizations across the U.S. have started to become sponsored as true athletic programs including a couple in Indiana. Ball State’s own Cardinal Esports is in the early stages of making their case known to the university.
Many times, most art starts with an idea, a spark of inspiration, but as time progresses and the work passes through different hands, it doesn’t always end as originally planned.