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A reflection of the work they’ve put in is how head coach J. Agnew described Ball State’s (4-1) fourth-place finish in the Mid-American Conference Men’s Championship this weekend. The Cardinals finished with 511.50 points, their highest point total at the MAC Championships since 2005 (571).
By Blake Chapman
As people search for information about COVID-19 vaccines, cyberattackers are targeting people to give health care information, payment or passwords for scams related to the pandemic.
Tonight: For tonight mostly cloudy with rain chances increasing with a low of 49. It will be breezy as well with south winds at 15- 25 mph.
Ian Roesler is a senior creative writing major and writes “The Gaggle” for The Daily News. His views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.
Ball State is hosting its fourth Benjamin V. Cohen Peace Conference April 9-10. The theme this year is "Building a Beloved Community," and will feature presentations, dance performances and opportunities for networking.
CONNERSVILLE, Ind. - (NewsLink)—A Connersville graduate has been finding support from friends and his community during his battle with cancer. When Logan Bean started to feel sick in December, he did not know what was coming his way.
Tonight: As the rain moves out tonight winds begin to pick up making breezy conditions. Partly cloudy conditions tonight with a gradual clearing in cloud cover.
Perseverance was the key for Ball State (5-2-1) in its 1-0 victory over Northern Illinois (1-8) Thursday afternoon.
Blake and OK break down China's new campaign of showing and celebrating propaganda films.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, OK Schlatter Executive Producer: Aaron DwyerVideo Editing: Blake Chapman Audio Editing: Shwetha SundarrajanGraphics: Taylor SheridanMusic: Jack McGinnis
MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink) -- Coffee, ice cream, donuts oh my! Jack’s Donuts is coming back to Muncie! After a two-year hiatus, the shop is returning to the city but in a new location.
Are you looking for a place to live next year? Look no further, we have the place for you! There are plenty of reasons to love the Village Promenade, including the beautiful amenities, the great price point and the luxurious living at one of the best locations in Muncie. There’s no wonder why we’re a fan favorite in the Best of Reader’s Choice Contest!
Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns sent out an email to students eligible for federal COVID-19 financial assistance around 1 p.m. April 8.
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Today: Scattered showers are going to be affecting us today with possible thunderstorms and wind gusts that will reach up to 30mph. Temperatures will be above average as well will reach into the lower 70s and upper 60s in surrounding areas.
Before every home game, a bagpiper leads Cathedral High School football players onto the field from the locker room. However, in its seventh game of the 2008 regular season, things were different.
LaFollette Residence Hall was a key structure in Ball State’s campus skyline just two years ago, casting a large shadow over the two-story Carmichael Hall close by.
At its final meeting of the 2020-21 legislative session, Ball State’s Student Government Association (SGA) passed an amendment to introduce executive slates in future elections and President Connor Sanburn gave his last “State of the Senate” address.
Tonight: Clouds will move into the area as well as some chances for rain. Winds will stay calm out of the South Southeast at around 5-10 mph. Temperatures will drop to around 61 degrees.
Because of this semester’s adjusted school calendar due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students weren’t able to travel home for their typical week-long spring break from classes. While the university has held two study days so far, students were encouraged to stay on campus to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.