It truly was a tale of two halves, and this time, it was the second that doomed the Ball State football team.
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Seniors Jacob Eckert and Tanner Barton were voted in by their peers and coach as the 2016-2017 captains for Ball State men’s swimming and diving.
Temperatures are a lot cooler out today than they have been in recent days; the high temperature only expected to reach the high 50s. There is a slight chance of rain tonight with cloudy conditions heading into the day Saturday, but the clouds are expected to clear for the start of the Ball State Homecoming football game at 3 pm. Conditions for tailgating and watching the game will be near perfect, with a high of 57 and partly cloudy skies. The rest of the weekend is also looking to be rain-free, with warmer temperatures in the 60s.
Renovations for Schmidt/Wilson halls in the Johnson West Complex (formerly called Johnson B) are coming along nicely with construction on schedule.
Junior guard Jeremie Tyler averaged 26.9 minutes scoring about 9 points per game last season, but Ball State men's basketball will be without his experience for the first half of the season after being suspended for a violation of team rules.
Marchers in the Pride of Mid-America Marching Band (POMA) might not have to provide their own instruments for much longer.
Today's the day for one of the most anticipated Homecoming Week traditions at Ball State.
A third of all students in the country end up transferring to other colleges or universities, according to a special report from the National Association for College Admission Counseling.
Students jumped from their seats as the 2016 Air Jam dance crews exploded onto the stage with choreographed songs and lip-synced performances.
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On a gray, unseasonably warm Tuesday afternoon in October, the only glob of color at Muncie Central’s football practice is the red facade of Muncie Liquors across the river.
There have been a number of close Homecoming football games in Ball State's past, but the 1993 game set a number of records that still stand to this day.
Rain has effected central Indiana for much of the past 36 hours. We'll finally start to see the rain move out by early Friday morning, bring overcast to partly cloudy conditions. We'll see great fall like weather for Saturday's Ball State Football Homecoming game. Kickoff is at 3 PM, with a temperature forecast of 56 degrees for kickoff. Sunday will bring warming conditions, as we'll jump to 69 degrees for a high. High pressure will work into the region as well on Sunday, bringing clear skies for the next several days along with temperatures in the lower 60s. Our next chance for rain showers returns Thursday.
Delaware County recently became one of the first two Indiana communities to be recognized as an “Indiana Healthy Community.”
Ball State (4-3) hosts Akron (4-3) for its annual Homecoming game on Saturday at 3 p.m. It's the first meeting between the school in two years.
With the middle of the semester here, many students are left feeling burnt out, both mentally and physically. Jeans are becoming tighter, beds are becoming cozier and that annoying scratch in your throat just won’t go away.
Members of Ball State's Outlet performed in the first show of Air Jam on Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. Outlet was the independent winner and overall winner of the first show, and was the overall winner of the two shows with the highest score. Grace Ramey // DN
A controlled chaos of shouting, slamming doors and (almost) broken dreams made up one of the last dress rehearsals of “[sic],” the newest play in the Strother Studio Series, before opening night Oct. 21.
RIVER FALLS, Wis. (AP) — As a tumultuous campaign nears an end, undecided voters across the country watched the final debate of the U.S. presidential race with a mix of skepticism and rapt attention Wednesday night.