It's hard to find college students who aren't on any social media platforms nowadays, but one Ball State professor said students who take classes focused on social media education might have less unwanted outcomes from social media use in the long run.
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — An ideological tug of war over the firing of a Rhode Island church music director for marrying his same-sex partner illustrates the confusion that permeates some U.S. Roman Catholic parishes over Pope Francis' words on homosexuality.
The Ball State Condom Shoppe is hosting the "Express Condom Shoppe" today from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Counseling Center within the Lucina Hall Resource Room.
Ball State wide receiver KeVonn Mabon added another honor to his already impressive résumé Oct. 13.
The 2016-17 Ball State men's swim and dive season begins this weekend at the Indiana Intercollegiate at Purdue.
After a strong start to the season, the Ball State soccer team (10-2-2, 5-0-1 in MAC) only has five Mid-American Conference games left in the regular season.
Ball State wide receiver Aaron Hepp didn't have a catch in 2015. Coming into last weekend's game against Central Michigan, the fifth-year senior didn't have one this year either.
Positivity can often be derived from negative situations. In the aftermath of the Orlando Pulse shootings, four artists came together to support an idea fostered by artist and co-founder Faith Kellermeyer.
Comic books aren’t limited to superheroes and adventurers — and two Ball State graduate students are working to prove it.
Due to an emergency, ESPN's John Anderson has been forced to cancel his visit Oct. 13 at Pruis Hall, according to an email sent on Oct. 12.
The Cardinals need good placement.
Women have been behind some of the world’s greatest accomplishments, but to everyone’s surprise men have been taking their credit for centuries.
James Ruebel, the dean of the Honors College and a professor of classical studies, died early on Oct. 9.
Today's Birthday (10/12/16). Go for personal dreams this year. Communicate and network to widen your base. With power comes responsibility. Community participation shifts direction this spring, before a blossoming in your work and health. Romantic changes next autumn leads to breakthroughs in a shared endeavor. Water your roots.
For college students wondering about their own economic futures, democratic candidate for governor John Gregg had a story about his own family when he spoke on campus Oct. 11.
A Ball State professor is suing five Louisiana State Police troopers and the agency’s leader after an alleged unconstitutional stop and arrest of his juvenile son in the New Orleans French Quarter last year.
One game, two records.
ESPN’s John Anderson will be coming to Ball State to discussing sports journalism and entertainment.
Looking for a fright this Friday evening? Search no further. Cornerstone Center for the Arts will host a college student night at the center’s newest haunted attraction, Son of Scarevania, Friday, Oct. 14.
After a two-interception day for sophomore Riley Neal on Oct. 8, it would've been hard to blame head coach Mike Neu for considering a change at quarterback.