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Blake and Graham break down Bethesda's future event to show off upcoming games following their acquisition by Microsoft. Checkpoint is Byte's video news series, reporting on recent events in the world of entertainment, tech, and pop culture. Whether its video games, film, television, or music, we've got you covered!Anchors: Blake Chapman, Graham HardingExecutive Producer: Aaron DwyerVideo Editing: Blake Chapman Audio Editing: Shwetha SundarrajanGraphics: Kellyn HarrisonMusic: Jack McGinnis
Tonight: For tonight Increasing clouds, with a 30 percent chance of showers with a steady temperature around 41. Southeast wind around 10 mph becoming southwest after midnight.
When Kent Millard attended civil rights marches in the 1960s, he was taught to link arms with fellow protesters so no one would be separated from the group. Millard knew attending marches and protests could be dangerous even though participants were nonviolent. Trainers told him what to do in the face of violent retaliation.
Content Warning: This story contains detailed descriptions and images related to eating disorders that may be triggering to some readers. Please read with caution.
Tonight: An increase on cloudy skies this evening into tonight. Winds remain calm from the West-Northwest direction ranging 5-10 mph. Temperatures falling below freezing tonight with a low of 23°F expected.
Before she stepped foot onto the hardwood of Worthen Arena, sophomore guard Sydney Freeman was already well known in the Albion, Indiana, community. That’s because her hometown has a population of 2,349 people.
Editor’s Note: The Daily News publishes Letters to the Editor and guest columns with minimal copy edits and provides a headline only if the author does not provide one. The views expressed in letters do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper. We reserve the right to withhold submitted letters depending on the content.
Graham and Blake break down Nintendo's latest announcements about the Legend of Zelda series.Checkpoint is Byte's video news series, reporting on recent events in the world of entertainment, tech, and pop culture. Whether its video games, film, television, or music, we've got you covered!Anchors: Graham Harding, Blake ChapmanExecutive Producer: Aaron DwyerVideo Editing: Aaron DwyerAudio Editing: Shwetha SundarrajanGraphics: Kellyn HarrisonMusic: Jack McGinnis
MUNCIE, Ind.(NewsLink) -- Theatre is a place where goers can get dressed up and enjoy a night on the town. However, in COVID-19 times, this looked a lot different. The play "The Delays" is making its debut here on campus, however, not through a stage.
On Feb. 24, the University Program Board (UPB), with Late Nite, student government association and the National Pan-Hellenic Council held an event celebrating Black History Month by hosting three Black entertainers to perform in front of a virtual room full of Ball State students.
Despite fewer than 72 hours of rest since its last match Saturday, head coach Max Norris never considered fatigue a factor in Ball State’s (6-2, 0-0 MAC) two-match series against Oakland (0-2, 0-0 Horizon) Tuesday and Wednesday. The Cardinals defeated the Golden Grizzlies twice, earning their sixth win of the season and fourth in the last five days.
In January 2020, Jordyn Blythe, junior communications studies and political science major, attended Beverly Tatum’s speech at Ball State University on why schools are responsible for fostering conversations about the importance of diversity and inclusivity.
Today: Seeing some upper 40's in the southern parts of Indiana while moving northward, we see that temperatures will be cooler and in the lower 40's. Skies will be partly cloudy, and not as warm as yesterday.
Strolling down West University Avenue past some of Muncie’s iconic local restaurants, it’s difficult to ignore a large “For Lease” sign hanging in the window of Queer Chocolatier.
With 27 seconds remaining, the game was tied at 79. Ball State had possession coming out of the timeout and needed a score to take the lead. Who would they go to?
The Strive student government association (SGA) slate participated in its final debate before the spring 2021 election.
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.
Tonight: Conditions this evening are expected to be mostly cloudy with a light NW wind around 10 to 15 mph. Temperatures look to drop below freezing tonight as well.
On a Thursday night in June 2020, Mali Simone Jeffers, a 2004 Ball State alumna, and her partner, Alan Bacon, brainstormed ways to support artists and entrepreneurs who are “people of culture” in Indianapolis.