Thousands of demonstrators turned out Monday across the U.S. to challenge Donald Trump in a Presidents Day protest dubbed Not My President's Day.
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Presented by the University Program Board, BSU’s Got Talent will be at Pruis Hall Wednesday, showcasing students battling it out to see who has the best talent act on campus.
Davis' funeral services are being handled by Meeks Mortuary.
ESPN "SportsCenter" anchor John Anderson has rescheduled his visit to Ball State to discuss sports journalism and entertainment, according to the university.
During the presidential election, I did my best to stay off social media. Okay, maybe not as much as I could have, but I really tried. Facebook was the worst. Using my fingertip to scroll through my feed, I considered unfriending each person as I read the political stories they shared.
Kenzie Gossett sat in her room, staring at the computer screen. The page she had pulled up was an interesting shade of blue, not light, but not quite dark either. In the middle were two boxes, underneath one word: Tumblr. She finally decided to create an account.
After two weeks at home, Ball State women's tennis are on the road this weekend as they travel to Ohio to face Cincinnati on Sunday.
I once sent my stepmom a lengthy text to thank her for some of the things she had done for me and only got “:)” as a response. Uh, what is that supposed to mean? To me, the smiley face meant that she was not engaged in what I was saying and wanted the conversation to end. When I brought it up to her jokingly I found out that to her, the old-school emoji was intended to be friendly response back and not a conversation ender.
MUNCIE, IN (Newslink Indiana) -- For what seems like the first time in this calendar year we actually saw some measurable snowfall throughout the day on Wednesday. Most places around the Muncie area saw anywhere from 1-3 inches of snowfall, which made the roads a bit slushy. This is going to be cause for concern during the overnight and morning hours as it will make commuting to work or school a bit tricky, so give yourself some extra time to get where you need to be. Friday we will see some sunshine return with temperatures beginning to work their way up in to the upper 40s. Weekend temperatures will hangout in the upper 50s, but there is a 70% chance of rain on Sunday. Monday we will see sunshine return to the forecast as temperatures begin to drop a bit. Tuesday will be a pleasant Valentine's day with the high temperature being in the upper 40s, light winds, and plenty of sunshine. Wednesday temperatures will drop to around 37 degrees with a bit more cloud cover working its way back in ahead of our next rain chance later into next week.
A new club on campus is trying to challenge partisan politics by fostering discussion through a non-partisan viewpoint.
Social media not only helps teens to find people to chat with, but also allows users to find solid friendships, further their careers, and find life-changing support.
One of the University Police Department’s newest recertified officers is only 10 years old and will almost always be seen with a tennis ball and covered in fur.
In below freezing temperatures with ice cold water to match, Ball State held the 2017 annual Polar Plunge Feb. 4.
Whether in sincerity or in jest, people often declare that romance is dead. Rapid technological developments transform the ways we communicate, but digesting the impact this has on romance is a whole different ballgame. Practices once customary for previous generations may seem archaic to a fast and forward-thinking Millennial.
Ball State is wrapping up a five-year project that will result in the nation’s largest geothermal system of its kind.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Over 200 Ball State alumni, students respond to university immigration "issue" statement
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The Ball State men’s basketball team (15-7, 6-3 MAC) has won six of the past seven games, after a 81-80 come-back over Toledo this evening in Worthen Arena.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is recommending a $134 million appropriation for the 2017-18 school year. The request is 6 percent higher than the $126 million the university received for the current academic school year.