Jan. 1 is a day that comes and goes with each passing year. Along with it, people make New Year’s resolutions that change as quickly as the date.
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After the recent accumulation of snow, the Rinard Orchid Greenhouse offered Muncie community members a warm escape with its Winter Greenhouse tour.
Since she was young, Penny Fisher has known breast cancer — a disease her mother and grandmother had — could run in her genes.
Every semester, the Ball State Late Nite committee creates designated themes for Saturday night entertainment on campus.
Every January, the Charles W. Brown Planetarium hosts family month, where they feature two family shows Fridays and Saturdays. All of the showings are free to the public, and families are welcome to bring members of all ages.
In every family, there are instinctive roles that everyone fulfills — the leader, the jokester, the nurturer.
The University Program Board (UPB) will continue Friday Night Filmworks for the spring 2019 semester on the first Friday of classes after winter break, Jan. 11.
Coming to college for the first time isn’t an easy feat for everyone, and leaving for a month just to return again can be just as difficult.
With another semester comes new schedules that allow room for new hobbies.
With Christmas almost here, Santa needs as much help as he can get at the North Pole finishing toys for good little girls and boys.
Editor's Note: This story has been updated. It originally said that Ashely Ford was a master's student, and that was corrected to say she is finishing her bachelor's degree.
Although bathing suits have been put away and the sweltering heat is long-gone, harmful UV rays remain an issue.
Angelin Chang originally took the stage at Burris Laboratory School as a student, but she will now be returning as a Grammy Award winning guest performer.
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As the crowd cheered “magic” over and over again, the twinkling lights of the tall Christmas tree began to dance. Small children looked up in wonder as they gazed upon the multicolor light show.
Intern Spotlight: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases accepts first Ball State intern
Editor's Note: This story has been updated. The original version said adaptive immune diseases. That has been corrected to autoimmune diseases.
After every class session in the fall, spring and summer, Cornerstone Center for the Arts hosts a celebration showcasing the students from their dance, music and fitness classes.
For the second year in a row, every child on Ball State’s Angel Tree was ”adopted” in only six days, with a waiting list of people who wanted to participate.
During the season when snow falls and Christmas lights are everywhere, some turn to holiday classics to continue spreading cheer.
Editor's Note: This article has been corrected. The original version said Kristin Cipollone said, "It has perpetuated a very white, middle class that suffers from gender division," and it now says the correct quote, "It has perpetuated a very white, middle class, gender division."