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After sweeping back-to-back Mid-American Conference (MAC) opponents, Ball State softball fell in a mid-week series against Miami.
During “Take Back The Night,” denim jeans don’t represent just a fashion choice, but the light for survivors impacted by sexual violence.
Growing up in Sanborn, Minnesota, a town of less than 400 people, Decker Scheffler had never truly gone through struggles when it came to baseball. Even in his first year at Ball State in 2021, he immediately made an impact, hitting .288 and playing in 45 of 58 games.
Neely and OK break down Coachella's opening weekend, and the delayed disaster of Frank Ocean's set.Checkpoint is Byte's video news series, reporting on recent events in the world of entertainment, tech, and pop culture. Whether it's video games, film, television, or music, we've got you covered!Anchors: Neely Paz, OK SchlatterExecutive Producer: Ryan MinterScript: Neely PazVideo Editing: Neely PazAudio Editing: Shwetha SundarrajanIntro Graphics: Ryan MinterGraphics: Taylor SheridanThumbnail: Riley NowerOriginal Thumbnail Images From: Creazilla, Complex, CoachellaMusic: Jack McGinnis
46 runs and 44 hits, if you like offense then this two-game home-and-home series has been for you.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden says he will seek a second term in the White House, announcing his reelection campaign in a video on Tuesday promising to finish the job if given four more years.
These will be some of the most memorable years of your life. Going to college is a big step and a lot is at stake, so the crucial word here is balance. You need to combine your new freedom and all the enjoyment it can bring with the reason you’re at college in the first place: to learn and come out with a qualification. Here are some tips on how to make the best of your college years to get what you want while enjoying the experience to the max.
Dane Massey is a second-year Digital Sports Production major and writes for The Daily News. His views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated.
Ball State traveled to Kalamazoo, Michigan, for the Mid-American Conference Championship to compete for the MAC title April 21-23.
Editor’s Note: The Daily News publishes Letters to the Editor with minimal copy edits and provides a headline only if the author does not provide one. The views expressed in letters do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper. We reserve the right to withhold submitted letters depending on the content. Lisa Renze-Rhodes, Ball State Daily News adviser, signed this letter. She was not part of the editorial decision to publish the letter.
Elaine Ulsh is a first-year computer science and physics major and writes “The Occasional Observer” for the Daily News. Her views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.
Ball State Women’s Tennis had to earn every point that they could get Sunday.
Three weeks ago, Ball State Softball sat in seventh place of the Mid-American Conference (MAC). On the field, they seemed lost and could not finish simple plays.
Ball State Men’s Golf took down three Big Ten teams en route to their fifth place at the Fighting Illini Spring Collegiate.
After losing six straight contests, something Ball State Baseball hadn’t done in over five years, the Cardinals returned to Muncie for the first time since April 4 looking to reclaim their identity. Head coach Rich Maloney said as much after Ball State fell to Purdue April 18.
If Felix Egharevba had to do it all over again, he would have done the same thing.
Renee Snyder and her family moved into a new house in May of 2022. While getting to know her neighbors, Snyder and her children quickly formed a bond with the older woman who lived next door. They soon discovered their neighbor was none other than Marlene “Bowz” Skeoch from the famous Muncie clown duo, Buttnz & Bowz.