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Due to COVID-19, Homecoming was moved to the spring semester, and traditionally in-person events such as Air Jam were refitted for virtual viewing. But Air Jam is still fun for fraternities and sororities alike, even if it's a little different this year.
Representative Greg Pence presents Ball State head football coach Mike Neu and prominent members of the football team with a congressional record of their MAC championship win at the Arizona Bowl in December 2020 on April 6.
Blake and OK break down a lawsuit over Reddit's explicit content policies.
More than 3 million students are expected to earn degrees from colleges and universities this spring, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Those students will enter the job market as the nation continues to recover from the COVID-induced recession, which the National Bureau of Economic Research states began in February 2020. However, new and recent college graduates may be in a better position than other candidates seeking new careers.
It’s the first game of the 2019 regular season. The Cardinals are preparing to face Eastern Illinois, and the public-address announcer calls out Melissa Diceman’s name as a starter — 11 months to the day after the then-junior midfielder tore her ACL.
When COVID-19 concerns canceled Ball State Softball’s 2020 season after 27 games, the Cardinals’ seniors were left questioning if they had played the last game of their Ball State careers.
After a year with no in-person graduation ceremonies, Ball State is preparing to host more than 3,000 students who registered to walk at graduation in Scheumann Stadium.
As the 2021 school year comes to a close, soon-to-be graduates may feel their time at Ball State is ending too fast. During the last few days of your final spring semester, consider these bucket-list items to check off before your college’s commencement ceremony.
When Cheryl LeBlanc was 9 years old, she came across a Lady Slipper orchid in her backyard. Right before her eyes, this orchid sparked a life-long passion for nature she would later incorporate in both her personal and work life.
After three semesters of attending classes and completing clinicals during the COVID-19 pandemic, senior nursing majors are ready to enter the workforce and put their skills to the test.
OK and Blake break down the 2021 Oscar awards and controversy over Chadwick Boseman's posthumous loss.
There was a fire at The District apartments on Bethel Avenue around 11:30 p.m. Monday night.
After 2020 brought forth more conversations and raised awareness of racism and biases, senior interpersonal communications major Lauren Reynolds saw an opportunity to develop her skills in her future career.
Welcome back to another episode of Byte's news podcast, "Wrapped Up"! In this episode, Kellyn Harrison reports on this year's Academy Awards, updates on Discord's deal with Microsoft, future Mortal Kombat movies, and Spiderman swinging onto Disney+.
Elissa Maudlin is a sophomore journalism news major and writes “Abstraction” for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.
Welcome back to another episode of Input 2! In this episode, join us as we discuss the good, bad and ugly Mortal Kombat movies. What was good about them, what could've been better? What are some things to hope for from the newest iteration of the Mortal Kombat film? Tune in for all this and more on this week's episode of Input 2!
Best of 2021 Reader’s Choice Award Winners
There are still two matches left in the regular season, but the Cardinals can already say they are going to the NCAA Tournament.
I recently started my teen drama watchlist in June when I finished Gilmore Girls for the first time. Gilmore Girls was the first teen drama I had watched and I loved the sense of real-life that revolved around the characters’ lives, as well as the time and effort the writers put into scripts to make the audience feel what the characters are feeling in a certain moment.
Freshman shortstop Adam Tellier singled to right field before junior second baseman Noah Navarro did exactly that.