Geoffrey S. Mearns doesn’t share the usual background of past university presidents.
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Ball State men’s swim and dive return to Lewellen Aquatic Center Jan. 28 to face Mid-American Conference rival Evansville.
After a Mid-American Conference championship-winning 2016, the Ball State women’s tennis team get their 2017 home campaign underway Jan. 29 against Dayton, as they look to build upon last weekend’s solid start to the season.
Ball State men's tennis continues its season with a road trip to take on Indiana Jan. 27.
Spending long nights in the studio mixing music and perfecting recordings is one of the major things music media production majors do. Here are a few more, as told by the students themselves.
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.
Student Government Association President James Wells issued a striking statement about a student senate amendment that he believes is aimed at stripping him of power.
Ball State announced on Jan. 24 that its 17th president will be Geoffrey S. Mearns. The university's new president is finishing his term at Northern Kentucky University, which ends July 31. He'll take office at Ball State starting Aug. 1. His starting salary at Ball State is $450,000.
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In a game where Ball State men’s basketball (13-7, 4-3 MAC) and Eastern Michigan (12-8, 4-3 MAC) were trading runs, hustle plays made a difference in the 88-80 victory for the Cardinals Jan. 24.
On Feb. 3, Emily Halley, senior marketing major and SGA treasurer, will send off a résumé to a company she has been dreaming of working for since middle school.
Various people took to Twitter to voice their concerns after Geoffrey S. Mearns was announced as the next president at Ball State Jan. 24.
AT ISSUE: For nearly a year, transparency has remained a major issue on campus.
From new trustees to a controversial grant, here are eight important events that occurred between former President Paul W. Ferguson's resignation and the announcement of new President Geoffrey S. Mearns.
Along with the Ball State students and staff, the Student Government Association is preparing to work closely with President Geoffrey S. Mearns.
Ball State men's volleyball returns to Worthen Arena this week for matches against No. 12 George Mason University and New Jersey Institute of Technology. The No. 13 Cardinals are 6-1 on the season and have a 2-0 record at home with wins over No. 14 Penn State and St. Francis.
Questions about transparency, a future game plan and community engagement were all posed to Geoffrey S. Mearns Jan. 24 when the Board of Trustees announced him as the university's 17th president.
If you’ve ever wanted to see a nationally-touring, Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, wait no longer.
Ball State's 17th president, Geoffrey S. Mearns, was appointed on Tuesday afternoon. Although his tenure has not officially begun, he already has plans in mind.
The Ball State Board of Trustees named Geoffrey S. Mearns as the 17th university president Jan. 24. With the new president's employment set to begin in early August, the Daily News talked to students about the expectations they have and the changes they hope to see in the future.