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It's not easy to start a career in music, especially in a small city, but for local DJs Jannell Summers and Lavonte Pugh, the Muncie community was vital to their success.
"One game at a time" is an overused cliche, but it's overused for a reason.
National Popcorn Day is celebrated on Jan. 19 to promote healthy snacking. In spirit of the holiday, here are some local places to find popcorn.
Ball State gymnastics heads down south Jan. 20 to take on No. 25 North Carolina State and the College of William & Mary in a tri-meet in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Ball State women’s basketball experienced a role reversal in the fourth quarter against Eastern Michigan.
While January holds the presidential inauguration, it is also filled with Senate committee meetings to approve President-elect Donald Trump's cabinet choices.
Elegant ballroom styles, playful tango, lively swing dancing — these are just a few of the dances you can learn if you become a part of Cornerstone Center for the Arts' Monthly Dance Club.
Editor's Note: Emma Rogers and Tyson Bird are senior journalism majors who write "Dinner for 2ish" for the Daily News. Their views do not necessarily agree with those of the paper.
Ball State men's tennis is set to begin its season this weekend with a pair of road matches at Notre Dame and Purdue.
A Ball State student residing in Johnson Complex was arrested Jan. 14 over multiple charges relating to the dealing and possession of illegal substances.
Pieces of art for the David Owsley Museum of Art's upcoming exhibit didn't arrive quite as expected.
Junior guard Jeremie Tyler is back with his teammates and helping Ball State men’s basketball win games.
With suicide as the second leading cause of death for ages 15-23, Indiana lawmakers are working on legislation for the new year that would be aimed at reducing the suicide rate among Hoosier children, teens and young adults.
In its fifth Mid-American Conference contest and first matchup with a West Division foe, Ball State men’s basketball (12-6, 3-2 MAC) defeated Central Michigan (11-7, 1-4 MAC) 98-83 Jan. 17 for its third conference win in a row.
Indiana's bicentennial was met with celebration, and the first year into Indiana’s third century of statehood is being met with a plan for an ever-changing society.
The Ball State and Muncie communities have lost one of their greatest icons.
Joseph Losco, who served as the chair of the political science department for 14 years and director of the Bowen Center for Public Affairs, retired over winter break.
At the 8:01 mark in the first half, Ball State men's basketball (12-6, 3-2 MAC) trailed Central Michigan (11-7,1-4 MAC) by 10.
Thousands of future students in Ball State's College of Health have big things to look forward to — with the a new health professions building topping the list.