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Editor’s note: To avoid a conflict of interest, Daily News Opinion Editor Grayson Joslin and Daily News Social Media Editor have both recused themselves from the analysis of RISE; Joslin was a senator for SGA, while Ground was press secretary for the Elections Board for the 2022 election.
Each year, The Daily News assigns a grade to the outgoing Student Government Association (SGA) executive slate based on how effective it was in accomplishing its goals, along with its impact on the Ball State community.
The center of the front page of the March 30, 1922, edition of The Easterner read, “The Easterner comes forth to fulfill the needs of the school.” With this statement, The Ball State Daily News was born.
More than a century ago, Carter G. Woodson traveled from his home in Washington, D.C. to Chicago, where he celebrated the 50th anniversary of emancipation with thousands of other Black Americans at Chicago Coliseum. The exhibits inside commemorated Black achievements since the abolition of slavery, and what Woodson saw inspired him to highlight and memorialize Black heritage while educating others through developing curriculum, journals and organizations dedicated to Black History.
On Sept. 17, 1787 — 234 years ago today — the Constitution was created. However, that was just the beginning for what has since become the document that has allowed student journalists like us to have the voices we have now.
At the conclusion of each academic year, the Daily News grades the outgoing Student Government Association (SGA) executive slate on how effective it was in accomplishing its platform points, along with the organization’s impact on Ball State.
Editor’s note: To avoid conflict of interest, Daily News Design Editor Elliott DeRose has recused himself from the analysis of Elevate, as he also acted as a designer for SGA.
During its campaign, Amplify promised to complete 16 platform points.
Each year, The Daily News analyzes and assigns a grade to the outgoing Student Government Association (SGA) slate.
Editor’s note: Elevate’s vice presidential candidate Cameron DeBlasio currently contributes to NewsLink Indiana, an organization housed in the Unified Media Lab with The Daily News. He served as assistant news director for NewsLink from January to December 2018.
Editor’s Note: This editorial was published as part of Student Press Freedom Day January 30, 2019. To learn more about the movement, visit splc.org/student-press-freedom-day.
Editor’s Note: This editorial was published as part of the #SaveStudentNewsrooms day of action April 25. To learn more about the movement, visit savestudentnewsrooms.com.
At issue: Each year, The Daily News evaluates and assigns a grade to the outgoing Student Government Association slate.
In the coming days, Ball State students will begin voting for the 2018 Student Government Association’s executive slate. On their ballots, they have two options — to vote for or against this year’s only campaigning slate, Amplify.
Woodward and Bernstein, Murrow, Cronkite, the IndyStar investigative team — names that changed not only the world of journalism, but the face of the nation. Times are changing, and the future of watchdog journalism is at stake.
AT ISSUE: The Ball State Daily News weighs in on our university's possible takeover of the Muncie School Corporation.
At issue: Each year the Ball State Daily News evaluates and assigns a grade to the outgoing Student Government Association executive slate.
AT ISSUE: Conservative students are afraid to speak out about issues on campus.
AT ISSUE: Each slate brings different ideas and platform points, and students need to decide what they want.