Ball State's rematch against Akron on Sept. 25 was the redemption Ball State was looking for after the Cardinals were eliminated from the Mid-American Conference Tournament by Akron in penalty kicks.
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With the first part of their season over, there have been a lot more positives than negatives for the Cardinals.
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Mixing jazz and hip-hop, eight brothers come together to change how students experience music. They say it is time for a refresh.
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Winless through its first nine non-conference games, Ball State's women's volleyball (6-10, 2-0 MAC) is undefeated after two Mid-American Conference games.
The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay came through Delaware County and Ball State’s campus on Sept. 27.
Since Sept. 22, Ball State saxophonists have gotten the chance to meet and play with multiple world-famous musicians.
The Ball State women's volleyball team closed out the fifth set on a 4-0 run to defeat the Central Michigan Chippewas three sets to two (28-26, 25-21, 23-25, 21-25, 15-11).
Ball State midfielder Lauren Roll had a smile on her face as her teammates heckled her with "Roll sucks" chants.
Preachers caused outrage and protest at the Scramble Light Sept. 23.
Mindful Meditation sessions are currently being held across campus at both the Rinard Orchid Greenhouse and at selected times in the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA). Students meet and gather in the serene settings with experienced instructors to practice a variety of meditation techniques and learn to clear their minds.
When Emily Tromp stepped to the starting line of the Ball State Cardinal Duals, she was running for more than just her team. She had a very special person cheering her on.
This weekend, football hits the road for its final nonconference game, while soccer, volleyball and field hockey each begin Mid-American Conference play. Cross country also hosts its first meet in nearly two years.
It's the second day of Fall, but it sure does not feel like it out there with temperatures skyrocketing into the upper 80s. Today's high is expected to reach 88 degrees, which is close to the record high temperature of 90 degrees set back in 1970. Our first chance for some rain and thunderstorms will come Monday for the start of the work week. Temperatures will begin to fall as well as an upper level trough will move eastward bringing our area more cooler and drier temperatures. Highs for next week are not looking to exceed the mid-70s. Fall-like weather is coming!
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With the fall season officially here, local community organizers are preparing to offer fun activities and events for those of all ages.
Ball State (2-1) will take on Florida Atlantic (1-2) Sept. 24 at 6 p.m. at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida. It will be the first-ever meeting between the two schools.
Cardinals for Camo will be hosting their first 4k to help and support those who have sacrificed their lives for our country.