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Watch the community celebrate homecoming with a week full of traditions and events.
With early morning classes, extracurricular activities and the struggle of balancing a healthy social life, students are often drained mentally and physically. However, when one is feeling down, they can always turn to a little furry friend to help cheer them up.
"Those taste like what being disappointed feels like." The Daily News staff tried LaCroix, and the results were not positive.
This week on Pop Tabs Matt, Isabella, and Shwetha discuss the new Bowsette craze, cell phone addiction increase and health risks, and the poor reception to J.K. Rowling’s creating of a new Asian character.
Meet John Gouwens, the man responsible for playing the bells inside Shafer Tower.
Ball State students weigh in on the debate surrounding Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court and regarding the Senate's decision to push the vote back a week.
Latinx Ball State students take some 'steps' to share their culture by teaching others how to salsa.
These five tips from Ball State Dining can help you create the perfect pancake.
Last weekend, Muncie Animal Rescue Fund, or ARF, hosted Patio Pawlooza, a fundraiser event. It included multiple live bands food, and a live police K9 demonstration at this dog-friendly event.
Ball State Sororities packed the Quad with smiles and celebration for their new members. Watch one of the biggest Greek events of the year unfold!
In honor of Patriot's Day, The Red Cross held a blood drive on Ball State's campus. We interviewed those who gave up their time to give blood.
Have you ever wanted to throw eggs at a fraternity? Alpha Tau Omega held their annual "Taus Get Yolked" event, charging students to throw eggs at their members. The event raised money for Mental Health America, a leading nonprofit assisting those with mental illness.
Meet the Greeks gives new students the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the Greek organizations on campus.
Following the Board of Trustee’s decision to remove John Schnatter’s name from the university, the Ethnic Theatre Alliance (ETA), along with help from students, faculty and alumni, performed “Glory” from the movie “Selma” at Friday’s opening ceremony.
Behind a layer of synthetic rubber and paint, Jonathan Becker gains a greater understanding of himself and the world around him.