A Kentucky university is split after the Charles Koch Foundation and John Schnatter donated $10 million to fund a center for the study of free enterprise.
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As the Nov 1. deadline to apply for many internship positions quickly approaches, the Ball State Career Center is offering students a variety of tips and resources to land a job.
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After graduating college and leaving his job on Wall Street, New York Times Best-Seller Adam Braun decided to work for a purpose, not to increase his wealth.
With the return of alumni and events all week, Homecoming's 90th year is a time for celebration on and around campus.
Leah Mattingly, Lorina White, Taylor Pooley and Yela Zisweiler.
They needed that.
The Ball State Homecoming Steering Committee opens Homecoming Week tonight with a "Blast from the Past"-themed Homecoming Village.
With the season winding down, Ball State field hockey (6-9, 1-2 MAC) hoped its 2-1 win over Longwood (7-8, 1-3 MAC) Oct. 9 would catapult the team into a winning streak with two straight home games coming up next.
In the 69th minute of Ball State soccer's win over Toledo Oct. 16, senior midfielder Gabby Veldman knocked in a cross from senior defender Lorina White to put the Cardinals ahead 2-0.
It's not every day students can help save a life, but during Homecoming Week, it might not be as hard as some think.
Frustration continued to build as Ball State field hockey (6-9, 1-2 MAC) watched senior forward Lexi Kavanaugh’s second-half shot clang off of the crossbar, another good chance on goal wasted in the Oct. 16 3-1 loss to La Salle (7-7, 4-2 Atlantic 10).
ATLANTA (AP) — New ID requirements. Unfamiliar or distant polling places. Names missing from the voter rolls.
Sophomore running back James Gilbert stole the show Oct. 15, but it's hard to ignore Ball State's lackluster performance in the first half against Buffalo.
After hard fought losses in the first and fourth sets, Ball State women’s volleyball couldn't recover in the fifth set, losing to Ohio 3-2 (25-11, 16-25, 20-25, 32-30, 15-11).
It didn’t really matter who was at quarterback in the second half for Ball State.
When Adam Braun left Wall Street to start his organization "Pencils of Promise," people thought he was crazy. Seven years and 360 schools later has shown the move to be a good one.
Millennials are often painted as lazy, entitled youths, sitting jobless in their parents' basements. However, this generation faces real economic and labor force issues that have led to startling unemployment rates.