A new club on campus is trying to challenge partisan politics by fostering discussion through a non-partisan viewpoint.
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Social media not only helps teens to find people to chat with, but also allows users to find solid friendships, further their careers, and find life-changing support.
One of the University Police Department’s newest recertified officers is only 10 years old and will almost always be seen with a tennis ball and covered in fur.
In below freezing temperatures with ice cold water to match, Ball State held the 2017 annual Polar Plunge Feb. 4.
Whether in sincerity or in jest, people often declare that romance is dead. Rapid technological developments transform the ways we communicate, but digesting the impact this has on romance is a whole different ballgame. Practices once customary for previous generations may seem archaic to a fast and forward-thinking Millennial.
Ball State is wrapping up a five-year project that will result in the nation’s largest geothermal system of its kind.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Over 200 Ball State alumni, students respond to university immigration "issue" statement
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The Ball State men’s basketball team (15-7, 6-3 MAC) has won six of the past seven games, after a 81-80 come-back over Toledo this evening in Worthen Arena.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is recommending a $134 million appropriation for the 2017-18 school year. The request is 6 percent higher than the $126 million the university received for the current academic school year.
We started off with Cloudy skies and gusty winds this morning, and that's going to stick around, at least until tonight.
The first moment Bradley Ridge put on a virtual reality headset, he knew it was going to be big.
Following President Donald Trump’s recent executive order banning immigration, the university is hosting open forum events at the L.A. Pittenger Student Center.
Following President Trump's recent executive order on immigration, one graduate student felt a grassroots event — called "Call Your Members of Congress" — could potentially change future political outcomes.
We started out quite chilly this morning with lows in the teens and even single digits in some places.
Ball State's Student Government Association is continuing its efforts to discuss and combat issues facing college campuses.
BOSTON (AP) — Dozens of U.S. colleges are opposing President Donald Trump's sweeping travel ban that has left some students and professors stranded abroad.
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About 25 members of the Ball State Students for Life traveled to Washington, D.C. Jan. 27 to participate in the March for Life.
Ball State gymnastics returned home Jan. 29 to take on No. 6 Kentucky.