Since winning $65,930 in cash and prizes on “Wheel of Fortune’s” College Week last month, freshman journalism major Christian Dixie has been called a “beacon of positivity” across the game show’s Twitter audience.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several Ball State organizations have had to cancel their in-person events for the rest of the semester, including the Ball State School of Music’s public performances. Now, the School of Music will rebroadcast past concerts from 2017, 2018 and 2019 with its new “Virtual Concert Series.” These rebroadcasts will take place 7:30 p.m Mondays-Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays on the School of Music’s webcast page.
When Christian Dixie, freshman journalism major, was 9 months old, he fell in love with the game show “Wheel of Fortune.”
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Through colorful paintings, drawings, prints and vintage photographs, the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA) works to tell the stories of modern Mexican artists in its newest exhibit, “Mexican Modernity: 20th Century Paintings From The Zapanta Collection.”
Growing up, Hannah Weibert, a first-year trumpet performance graduate student, said her father constantly told her stories about his experience as a trumpet player.
Over the past seven months, actress Josephine Cooper said, acting as Sylvia Davies in the Broadway musical “Finding Neverland” has allowed her to grow not only as an actress but also a person.
Department of Theatre and Dance ‘Twelfth Night’ cast, crew adds modern twist to Shakespearean comedy
For seven years, junior musical theater major Gillian Lieberman spent half of her days at school and the other half on the stage.
Ever since she was in fourth grade, actress Shaunice Alexander has been in love with theater.
“In a world that can sometimes be lacking in empathy and deep thinking, I think ‘River Teeth’ makes space for the opportunity to inhabit another human being’s experience in a meaningful way,” said Jill Christman, senior co-editor of the creative nonfiction journal “River Teeth.”
Where They Were Before: Ball State assistant professor has taught in 2 continents, 3 countries, 2 states
Coming from a family of educators, Marie-Line Brunet said she always knew she wanted to be a teacher but never knew where or what she wanted to teach.
Ball State students and their friends and family can enjoy a night out at the movies throughout the spring semester with University Program Board’s (UPB) Friday Night Filmworks.
In the comfort of one of the 150 reclining seats in the Charles W. Brown Planetarium, Ball State students, staff and Muncie community members will have the chance to explore the galaxy and newfound possibilities throughout outer space during five free shows offered this semester.
As a first-generation college student and the oldest of five siblings, junior journalism education major Aric Fulton Jr. said he didn’t have a role model to look up to when applying for college, so he feels the need to be one for his brother and sisters.
Sophia Greenwood, junior fashion merchandising and apparel design major, said her interest in fashion started when she was 5 years old when her grandma taught her how to sew.
For senior Brandon Eastom, recognizing others is becoming a seldom act people do for each other. It was this belief that led him to create the Snap Jar.
Cardinal Esports is beginning to take advantage of advancements in cross- platform technology along with the creators behind some of the organization’s most popular PvP games.
Growing up in Fremont, Indiana, senior biology education major Jackie Weisenfelder said she experienced a “shift in community” when she came to Ball State.
Editor's note: This story has been updated.