Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of Ball State Daily's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
The Namby Pamby is an alternative band composed of three female artists: McKenna Parks on guitar, Emily Parks on bass, and Payton Knerr on drums. The group was established at the end of 2021 and has been performing since the beginning of 2022. The band agreed to be interviewed over Zoom to talk about themselves and their future plans.
Adonnika breaks down Doja Cat's recent string of negative encounters with fans and her claims that she'll soon be quitting her music career.
Peacehead is a rock band composed of two band members, Raven Milligan and Aden Johnson. The band started in early 2019, releasing their first album, Escargot, in October 2019. The multi-instrumental duo originally came from Kokomo, Indiana, and are currently playing in the Indianapolis and Muncie areas. Band member, Raven Milligan, agreed to be interviewed about the band and its future.
Wizards of the Coast cited 2020 as the best year for Dungeons & Dragons after seeing an increase of sales during the pandemic. This has been attributed to an influx of online players, but even local game stores have been seeing changes.
In this episode of Reality Check, Emma checks in with Temptation Island star Gillian Lieberman, and they get into all kinds of shenanigans discussing the recent episodes this season. You don't wanna miss this one!
Elijah and Sam break down Morbius' top tier opening weekend (despite its bottom tier reviews). Checkpoint is Byte's video news series, reporting on recent events in the world of entertainment, tech, and pop culture. Whether its video games, film, television, or music, we've got you covered!Anchors: Elijah Wachs, Sam ShipeExecutive Producer: Riley NowerVideo Editing: Elijah WachsAudio Editing: Shwetha SundarrajanGraphics: Taylor SheridanMusic: Jack McGinnis
Denzel Rae Don Curry, known on stage as Zeltron or Denzel Curry, is a curious character in the realm of music, constantly feeling fresh and underground while being a seasoned veteran in the hip hop genre. Despite giving the opening verse on the revered 2016 XXL Freshmen Freestyle, he has both experienced and expressed a sense of unappreciation alongside fellow 2016 freshmen names like 21 Savage and Lil Uzi Vert.
In this episode of Reality Check Emma talks about what constitutes a date and how bizarre the dates chosen on the most recent episode of Temptation Island don't quite add up.
Note: The opinions and views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the opinion of Byte or Byte’s editorial board.
Graham and OK break down the slapping incident between Will Smith and Chris Rock at this year's Oscars.
OK and Graham break down the celebration of One Piece's 25th anniversary, a new RPG from Bandai Namco.
In the first episode of this ambitions podcast, our hosts dive into the upcoming book Call of the Netherdeep, an all-new book being released in conjunction with Dungeons and Dragons as well as Critical Role one of the most successful Dungeons and Dragons based podcasts out there! As well they begin their journey in an all-new 5e campaign!
In honor of Women's History Month, Adonnika asks Ball State the Byte-ing Question, who is your favorite female creator?Anchor: Adonnika WestVideo Editing: Adonnika WestGraphics: Taylor Sheridan, Evan FischerMusic: Jack McGinnis
In this episode of The Coven our new host Key Billman introduces themself and goes in deep on the Riot Grrrl movement and intersectionality itself!
In this episode host, Emma Fullen and guest Sydni Wiseman discuss the second episode of Temptation Island where the cast goes hang gliding and they ponder what Dr. Phil would do about the cast.
The lords and ladies are impatient. A new wedding season, but no new Whistledown. If she doesn’t resurface soon, who will comment on the scandals and drama that is ever so predominant in their harsh Victorian lifestyles?