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Suspicious reports of clown sightings around Muncie left many in the city and on Ball State's campus on high alert Sept. 27.
The long wait is over — Ball State's 90th Homecoming Court has been set.
How often do students consider what it might be like to live with a disability? Resident assistants in DeHority Complex tried to answer that question with a Breaking Barriers event Sept. 27.
Muncie residents and Ball State students took a trip through time and visited the lives of past community members.
Pro-life students took to the Campus Green on Sept. 27 to share encouraging words with students passing by.
Ball State offensive line coach Kyle DeVan said this team's line reminds him of his playing days at Oregon State.
It didn't take long for students to gather around as two more preachers shouted their messages at the Scramble Light Sept. 27.
Ball State did a lot of work on campus this summer to improve its energy efficiency, and the university's work on its current project is nearing completion.
The Ball State men’s basketball team landed their first recruit for the incoming freshman class in point guard Ishmael El-Amin.
There's one less reason to worry about getting into an Air Jam show this year.
It's not every day a museum rolls into town.
Hoosier heritage came blazing through Delaware County Sept. 27.
There might not be much privacy when living on campus, but after freshman year, students are free to live on or off campus, living however they please. And while that might be an easy decision for students to make, it might not be so easy to decide where it is they want to go.
Today is National Voter Registration day. Indiana voters need to register before October 11 to be able to vote in the general election.
Cooler temperatures and showers will close out our week. However, warm and clear skies are in the forecast for next week.
Today's Birthday (09/28/16). Embrace healthy lifestyle practices this year. You're in the spotlight, so groom your image. At a physical turning point, aim for vitality. Provide great service while still serving yourself. Doors close and open with friendships next spring. Leap bounding new heights in your health, vitality and work. Discover fun and romance.
IONIA, Mich. (AP) — Few states have been more aggressive in releasing inmates and diverting offenders than Michigan, where a decade ago, one out of every 200 people was in prison, and penal costs were beginning to crowd out basic government services.
Hundreds lined the main road through Ball State’s campus this morning to cheer the torch relay celebrating Indiana’s 200th birthday.
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