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It’s the first nice day Chicago has seen in a while, and Suppaluk Meunprasittiveg, known by his customers as Tee Cozy, is sitting at one of his handmade mosaic tables near the window of his authentic Thai restaurant in downtown Wrigleyville. Papers are sprawled around his laptop as he works, his charger is plugged into the wall beside him, and the sun illuminates his face through the glass. It’s not too busy inside Cozy Noodles n’ Rice yet, but soon enough, the four-car parking lot will be full, customers will be crowding the restaurant, and Tee Cozy will be cooking up some of his most popular dishes.
By KATHLEEN RONAYNE and WILL WEISSERT
Beginning July 1, most campus buildings were opened up with the university resuming more of its regular on-site campus activities and operations. However, Ball State’s employees have to continue abiding by some COVID-19 safety protocols for the fall 2020 semester.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ball State's Dining Services released a reopening plan which includes steps like promoting physical distancing, making all meals available as a to-go option and regularly cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces.
In light of the COVID-19 global pandemic, Ball State Housing made some adjustments to the housing options available for students living in residence halls, according to its website and emails forwarded to residence hall students.
Ball State University Libraries is reopening in phases culminating in full, on-site support for returning students and faculty at the beginning of the fall 2020 semester, according to the Ball State website.
Ball State’s Recreation Services reopened its locations, hours and programming July 6 based on available staffing and with certain guidelines and restrictions for the fall semester.
While the COVID-19 pandemic might have canceled some in-person events and drastically reduced face-to-face interaction between students, you can still get involved in student organizations virtually until things get back to normal.
Ball State has its own words and abbreviations, which can be confusing to new students. Here is a list of the most commonly used Cardinal terms:
Note: COVID-19 might affect availability of amenities and rooms among other things. Prices reflected may vary. Check individually with hotels to confirm prices and details.
NOTE: While COVID-19 might affect your ability to complete the bucket list, you eventually might get to finish some of these Ball State traditions.
On and off-campus jobs aren’t the only ways to make some spare cash while in college. There are plenty of options for those who want more money, but not a full-time job.
Living on a college budget can be tricky when it comes to clothes shopping. Here’s a list of thrifty stores to shop at if you’re trying to save some money:
Note: Hours at different stores might change due to COVID-19.
Ball State’s Career Center, located in Lucina Hall, is full of a variety of resources for all students to take advantage of until graduation. According to the Career Center’s website, students who use its programs gain exposure to more jobs and land more jobs than competitors from similar universities.
Say what you will about Muncie, but people here know how to eat awesome food without breaking the bank. If you don’t sample these local offerings by the time you graduate, you may want to consider graduate school.
Everyone knows looking for a job can be somewhat difficult and time consuming. Luckily, Ball State makes getting a part-time job as easy as possible, which allows students looking to pay off college debt while keeping up with their schoolwork to do so.
As part of its planned reopening of services for the fall 2020 semester, Ball State released its plan for people visiting the university’s campus during the pandemic.
Growing up comes with a lot of new experiences. One of them is shopping for groceries. Ever wonder how mom put so much food on the table? Here are eight tips to save money when buying groceries.
If you live on campus, you have a meal plan, per your room and board fees. Ball State dining has now changed its rules so you can now use two meal swipes in one purchase. Here are some ways to effectively use your meal plan at any on-campus locations:
First-year students who live on campus have a meal plan and that means becoming familiar with the dining options Ball State has to offer.