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Ball State and 13 fraternities signed a joint letter Wednesday that prevents the involved fraternities from hosting or co-hosting social events with or without alcohol for the next three months, university spokesperson Kathy Wolf said.
Around 11:23 a.m., Ball State University Police officers and emergency responders were dispatched to a car vs. pedestrian accident in the 2100 block of W. Riverside Ave.
Outlet Hip Hop Dance Troupe was once again awarded the annual Air Jam title, making this the ninth time Outlet has been named Air Jam champions.
The Muncie Police Department will host a K-9 fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at City Hall.
President Donald Trump unveiled his tax reform plan Wednesday afternoon, calling for major tax cuts and simplification of tax codes, which he says will ease the burden on middle-class Americans.
The Muncie City Council recently approved a $4.5 million loan for the downtown makers hub Madjax. The loan has caused some tension with community members, though tenants of the roughly 80,000-square-foot building remain optimistic.
It was 1952 the last time a standing president or vice president visited Anderson. That 65-year drought ended Friday as Vice President Mike Pence visited the city to speak about tax reform and health care.
The ‘80s were an era filled with Michael Jackson, big hair and “Flashdance.” It also happens to be when Jennifer and Geoffrey Mearns first met.
President Geoffrey S. Mearns was installed as the 17th president of Ball State University Friday in John R. Emens Auditorium.
The university announced last week that North Quad 160, previously a study lounge for all students, would be strictly used as a student athlete study lounge, which did not sit well with many students.
The university recently announced that North Quad 160, which was previously the World Languages and Cultures Lab and a study area for all students, will now strictly be used for the student athlete study table program.
Village Green Records will host a ten band free concert Saturday, which will allow new students to get to know the live music scene in Muncie.
At 1:22 p.m. Monday, Ball State’s campus went dark.
At 2:25 p.m. Monday, Ball State students and faculty turned their heads toward the sky to view a total solar eclipse.
The Village on the south side of campus is a place where students can go to add variety to their everyday campus life.
Studio Exhale and Muncie Animal Care and Services partnered together to bring a unique opportunity to yoga and cat lovers alike.
Earth Day, which was first celebrated on April 22, 1970, has now reached more than 190 countries.
Preparing to be a contestant on the NBC TV show “American Ninja Warrior” requires discipline, strength and endurance. As if that weren’t enough, senior chemistry major Connor Carlson is adding another element — inspiration.
Ball State's Health Occupation Students of America are holding their third annual 5K Glow Run on Wednesday to raise money for the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
April marks National Sexual Awareness Month and Trojan brand condoms has teamed up with more than 100 schools to help promote consensual sex.