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By February, 80 percent of people don’t continue with their New Year’s resolutions, according to U.S. News and World Report. According to a YouGov survey, 50 percent of people want to improve their fitness for their 2021 New Year’s resolution, and some may feel even more pressure to keep up with this resolution in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Editor’s Note: This listicle is part of a weekly series by The Ball State Daily News summarizing five stories from around the world. All summaries are based on stories published by The Associated Press.
The Muncie Police Department put out the following statement:
Strive presidential candidate Tina Nguyen and vice presidential candidate Chiara Biddle participated in the second student government association (SGA) debate for the 2021-22 school year Feb. 17, 2021.
Applications for the Ball State student trustee position are open through March 1.
In a campus-wide email sent 10 p.m. Monday night, Alan Finn, Ball State vice president for business affairs, said all on-campus classes scheduled to begin before 10 a.m. Feb. 16 won't occur in-person due to inclement weather.
Strive is the only student government association (SGA) slate to submit a nomination form to run for the Ball State SGA executive board for the 2021-22 school year.
Ball State's internet was down from approximately 2-8 p.m. Wednesday.
In a campus-wide email sent around 1 p.m. Thursday, Vice President of Student Affairs Ro-Anne Royer Engle announced expanded coronavirus testing for students.
Ball State’s 41st annual Unity Week will look different than years past due to COVID-19 restrictions. There will not be the usual MLK Community Breakfast or Unity March, but organizations will still host some events via Zoom and a few in-person events.
Looking out their windows this winter, students can only see bare tree branches, brown grass and frosted fall leaves. To bring warmth into their homes again, some students may want to buy indoor houseplants for their dorm, apartment or house. Consider the tips below to help you take care of your new plant babies to ensure they stay green and cheery all semester long.
After spending nearly two months at home due to an adjusted fall and spring academic calendar in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, some students may be feeling unmotivated to pick up their pencils and open their textbooks again as they’ve returned to Ball State’s campus this semester. As you’re adjusting back to academic life after a month-long winter break, consider these tips to help you regain your energy and focus on your schoolwork to start off the semester on the right foot.
Before returning to campus for the spring 2021 semester, Ball State University students must provide a COVID-19 test result obtained within a week of moving back to campus. The portal to submit test results opened Jan. 8, 2021 and was shared with students via email.
Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns announced in a campus-wide email Jan. 2, 2021 that the episode of the "Peyton's Places" documentary series filmed on Ball State's campus in October 2020 will air on ESPN+ Jan. 3, 2021.
Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns received a postive COVID-19 test result from a rapid-result PCR test, according to a Twitter statement from Ball State University issued 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
According to a statement from Ball State University, Burris Laboratory School will begin remote learning for all students on Nov. 30, ending on Dec. 9.
2020 has been a memorable year on and off campus. Here's a recap of this year's significant events.
In a campus-wide email sent Nov. 16, 2020, Ball State Vice President for Student Affairs Ro-Anne Royer Engle said all students will be required to submit a COVID-19 test result to the university administered within 7 days of returning to campus for the spring 2021 semester.
November has arrived, and the season of giving has officially begun. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, traditional ways of counting our blessings and showing our gratitude have changed. To keep each other safe and healthy, some families may have canceled their holiday gatherings this year, or friend groups may have called off their hangouts usually planned for Thanksgiving and winter break.
In a campus-wide email sent Nov. 7, 2020, Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns addressed concerns regarding people from outside the Ball State community intimidating students during the week.