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When Patricia Lang, Ball State chemistry professor and director of Ball State’s Indiana Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (IN-LSAMP) project, and her team found a new way to teach science, they took advantage of the opportunity to make something creative — in this case, a comic book.
During a tumultuous 2020 financial year, Ball State got some help from the federal government.
Though remote learning has changed how students learn, all signs point to an improvement for Ball State students’ grade point average (GPA).
Even during a pandemic, the show must go on.
Though Ball State students and the business they bring to Muncie have returned, businesses in the Village are still feeling the stress of statewide quarantine mandates and the extended summer brought on by the university’s early dismissal last semester.
Fifty-five years after Taylor Hall’s grandfather marched alongside Martin Luther King Jr. in Boston, Hall, a senior public communications major, found herself protesting against the racial injustice that is still present today.
It rose above the crowd of students as they made their way through the Thursday-night dinner rush in the Atrium.
Editor’s Note: Will English, The Daily News’ web developer, was a part of the immersive learning class mentioned in the article.
Following Tuesday’s results of the first-round of Student Government Association (SGA) election, the two remaining slates — Alliance and Bold — took part in a final debate before the runoff election before an audience of around 30.
For the second year in a row, with no slate gaining 51 percent or more of student votes, two slates — Bold and Alliance — are headed for a runoff election to determine the Student Government Association (SGA) executive slate for the next academic year.
The Bold, Aureum and Alliance slates met for the third debate of the 2020 Student Government Association (SGA) election before an audience of around 40 people Thursday night at Teachers College.
The nominees for Student Government Association’s (SGA) presidential and vice presidential positions met again Monday night at the Arts and Journalism Building, this time without their treasurer and secretary nominees.
Lynn Teter wasn’t always politically involved.
Editor's Note: A previous version of the article stated Connor Sanburn voted against the "Zero Tolerance Policy" legislation. While Sanburn did not support the legislation, he held no voting powers in Student Government Association. The article has been updated to reflect this change.
“The candlelight helps make the environment more peaceful and relaxing, so people are more open to sharing their opinions,” said senior political science major Dominic Bordenaro. “It helps with the ambiance.”
In the wake of the incident at Ball State between marketing professor Shaheen Borna and Sultan “Mufasa” Benson Jan. 21, that ended with police being called to the classroom last week, two student organizations sought the feedback of the community.
The Muncie Community Schools (MCS) board meeting Tuesday was replaced by Muncie Action Plan’s (MAP) community meeting and presentation by guest speaker Derek Peterson.
After a night of music, dance and performance, Ball State has a new Miss Unity.
Though more than half a century has passed since the birth of the civil rights movement, Beverly Tatum, president emerita of Spelman College, believes the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and the fight for equality has much to teach us today.
Muncie's ALDI has been at its new location at 210 W. McGalliard Road for over a month — right next to its former location on the same road.