It was a busy family weekend at Ball State. Athletics featured home games for football, soccer and women's volleyball and field hockey hit the road for the fourth straight weekend.
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With Family Weekend wrapped around Ball State football's home opener, a confident air spread across the Cardinals' sideline.
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Gubernatorial candidate John Gregg visited Muncie for the Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner on Sept. 17 to speak to prospective voters about his campaign.
The makers of prescription painkillers have adopted a 50-state strategy that includes hundreds of lobbyists and millions in campaign contributions to help kill or weaken measures aimed at stemming the tide of prescription opioids, the drugs at the heart of a crisis that has cost 165,000 Americans their lives and pushed countless more to crippling addiction.
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In the final match of the two-day Active Ankle Challenge, Ball State women’s volleyball (4-10) fell to the No. 19 Ohio State Buckeyes (10-2) in three sets (25-21, 25-17,25-14) Sept. 17.
Ball State recorded 17 sacks all of last season. This season, the team has 14.
For the most part, Ball State's Family Weekend game against Eastern Kentucky went exactly as expected. The Cardinals beat their FCS opponent 41-14 in a packed Scheumann Stadium.
As an audience attending a performance, whether it may be a play or a concert, all that is shown are the people under the spotlight, but BSU Backstage is all about getting to know the person behind the spotlight.
The beat of a song so loud you can feel it pulsing in your chest, the flashing of lights, a drone above capturing the magnitude of the crowd below and Stormtroopers taking the stage — ChirpFest had begun.
The Ball State women’s volleyball team continued play in the 2016 Active Ankle Challenge Friday night at Worthern Arena. The Cardinals (4-9) defeated Valparaiso (6-6) to make the team 2-0 after the first day of the tournament.
John R. Emens Auditorium was full of laughter for a solid two hours Friday night, when TruTV’s Michael Carbonaro performed his show “Carbonaro Live!”
Rain threatened to cancel Ball State soccer's Senior Day, but after an 80-minute delay the Cardinals wasted no time in their 4-0 victory over Morehead State (3-4-1).
The Ball State women's volleyball team started off strong and finished even stronger in a five-set victory (25-12, 21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 15-11) over the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The victory was the Cardinals' first match in this weekend's Active Ankle Challenge. After starting the season with nine consecutive losses, the Cardinals have bounced back, extending their win streak to three games.
Recent clear weather will give way to a chance for showers late Friday afternoon and early Saturday morning. Showers are expected to clear out by Friday night, but return for the early overnight hours of Saturday. These showers are forecast to stick around for most of the day Saturday, which will likely affect the home Ball State football game. Make sure to pack your poncho or raincoat because it is likely to be rainy. Tonight's low is going to be a comfortable 69 degrees with clear skies and tomorrow is looking to reach a high of 82 degrees. The start of the next work week will see clearer conditions return with comfortable morning lows and highs in the low 80s. Be sure to give us a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather to stay updated on the most recent weather conditions