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Halloween comes back in January today with Friday the 13th. The superstitious holiday is sure to have people in weird moods, or maybe even looking for a scare. For horror seekers, here is a look at some of Netflix’s hidden horror gems.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes presented Ball State head baseball coach Rich Maloney with the Jerry Kindall Character in Coaching Award this past weekend.
People with New Year's resolutions are not the only ones who want change for 2017; the Indiana General Assembly does too.
The Muncie City Council withdrew a contentious landlord-registration ordinance that would require landlords to make personal contact information publicly available during its meeting on Jan. 9.
A new semester means a new lineup of movies shown at Pruis Hall every week. The films are shown at 9 p.m. and are free for students and $1 for guests.
In its third Mid-American Conference game of the season, the Ball State men's basketball team (9-6, 0-2 MAC) hosts Miami (8-7, 1-1 MAC) Jan. 10 in what feels like a must-win for the Cardinals.
Interim president Terry King has named Anderson native Kathy Wolf as vice president for marketing and communications at Ball State.
The first time Ball State sophomore and champion shooter Lauren Owen shot a gun, she was nervous, shaky, and only in middle school. And she missed her target. Throughout her childhood, she had been taught about gun safety and how to act around guns from her family. Based on the way they treated guns,she knew it was an important part of her family, and through their example, she learned to place an importance on guns as well..
Didn't catch the Golden Globes last night? Catch up on what you missed with these highlights.
Winter break didn’t mean an extended trip home for Ball State athletes. They still had games to play.
To some, a board game may seem like just an old thing that sits collecting dust, something that was once a favorite among bored children. But to a few students on campus, that is not the case.
Were you living under a warm, snuggly rock this holiday break? Catch up on all the latest news in pop culture and entertainment that you may have missed.
One Ball State professor found himself at the Fort Lauderdale airport during the Jan. 6 shooting.
Jared Jeffries, a Ball State graduate from the Class of 2007, teamed up with fellow Chicago comedians Peyton Brown and Timothy Joyce to create a comedy album that will be released only on vinyl.
INDIANAPOLIS — Ball State men’s swimming and diving started off the spring semester a few days early, falling to both IUPUI, 191.5-50.5, and Xavier, 151-76, in a dual meet Jan. 6. Head coach Bob Thomas said the Cardinals looked tired after the meet.
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Netflix added several titles to its lineup in January, including a TV series based of popular children's books and some classics. Here are a few titles to stream this month.
Brian A. Gallagher, president and chief executive officer of United Way Worldwide, has been appointed to the Ball State Board of Trustees by Gov. Mike Pence.
Muncie native and Ball State alumna Braydee Euliss is taking her life experiences and passion for art and creation to influence the Muncie community.