During the Indian holiday Holi, students had a chance to introduce their friends to Indian cultures and expose them to new ideas.
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Letterman Lecture Series speaker Kathleen Hall Jamieson spoke to The Daily News and Byte about how Russian hackers were able to impact the 2016 Presidential Election, and how precautions are being taken for the upcoming election.
CCIM's Service Day gives students, faculty and staff the opportunity to volunteer in the Muncie community.
This week on Pop Tabs Matthew, Tt, and Jake discuss if Kylie Jenner is really a self-made billionaire, Elizabeth Warren’s Facebook break up ad being removed from Facebook, and Captain Marvel’s negative pre-release reviews.
Lost in all the news coming out of SGA this year? Wondering why you have to vote again? Here's what you need to know.
“Man, they feel so good out of the box.”
Second Harvest Food Bank introduced Ball State students to a new perspective on people in poverty by placing them in the shoes of impoverished Americans for two hours at the L.A. Pittenger Student Center, 6 p.m., Wednesday.
In hopes of starting a conversation about today’s perception of mental illnesses, junior theatre production major Lauren Aldaba submitted the play “Sunday, Sunday” by Sandra Fenichel Asher as a possible performance for the Department of Theatre and Dance last year.
Ball State students jumping into a pool of cold water have helped hit a new milestone for Special Olympics Indiana (SOI).
A flooding was reported around 5 p.m. Thursday at DeHority Complex at the main entrance.
UPD Lt. David L. Huff gave us some tips for staying cold and reminds students of the services that are availible to them.
Consecutive cold weekends in January may have been keeping many in Muncie craving the warmth of their homes, but when the local police department threw the community a challenge on a short notice, enticing them with hot chocolate, people showed up. The Muncie Police Department’s (MPD) night shift officers challenged the local community to a friendly pop up snowball fight, through a Facebook post, at Canan Commons in downtown Muncie. “It’s just pretty spontaneous,” said MPD Patrolman Chase Winkle. “We did this with about two hours of planning.” Winkle, who handles community relations for MPD, said the police department has been thinking of organizing an event snow and cold weather related and thought the area would be a good spot for challenging kids to a snowball fight. “We’re not doing anything job related right now. It’s just cutting loose. The officers are acting like kids as much as the kids are acting like kids,” Winkle said. “It just makes it fun.”