The Cardinals (6-1, 0-0 MAC) picked up a clean sweep over the Cougars to win their sixth straight match and improve to 6-1 overall.
The limited fans and his team applauded as El-Amin waved to the crowd while soaking in the moment of making history. Not only did he score his 1000th career point, but he also scored 16 points in the game and led Ball State Men’s Basketball to a 90-71 over Kent State.
Since March 2020, COVID-19 has caused a significant decline in mental health across the U.S., according to multiple studies. Recently, two Ball State faculty members teamed up with colleagues from multiple institutions to demonstrate how anxiety, depression and other mental health matters have more than doubled in a study of their own.
Chief Weather Forecaster Nathan Gidley has an evening update on the patchy fog and windy conditions expected tonight, as well as the warmer temperatures that are on the way.
Golf star Tiger Woods was injured Tuesday in a vehicle rollover in Los Angeles County, authorities said.
The U.S. tops 500,000 COVID-19 deaths, Virginia lawmakers vote to abolish the death penalty, Biden boosts pandemic lending to small businesses, the Supreme Court won't halt the turnover of Trump's tax records and the wife of "El Chapo" has been arrested on U.S. drug charges make up this week's five national news stories.
Throughout his tenure as Ball State head coach, Rich Maloney has consistently stressed to his players the importance of never taking a backseat and having the belief they could compete against anyone.
The United Kingdom announces new goals for every adult to get their first shot of a COVID-19 vaccine by July 31, protests in Myanmar grow despite military threats of lethal force, Argentina's health minister resigns, a Moscow court rejects opposition leader Alexei Navalny's appeal of his prison sentence and Iran plans to allow less access to its nuclear program make up this week's five international stories.
However, the two-week hiatus did not stop Ball State’s (7-1, 3-0 MAC) momentum. The Cardinals swept Lindenwood (3-6, 0-6 MIVA) in two matches Saturday (25-23, 25-13, 25-20) and Sunday (25-20, 25-21, 25-22).
Blake asks Ball State the Byte-ing Question, Who is your favorite African-American artist?
The walls of the dimly lit hallway leading to MU 123 are chipped with avocado green paint. The flooring has decades of hope, laughter, love, sweat, tears, and dirt from the bottoms of Ball State alumni’s shoes caked into the tiles’ seams. Despite the age, the second you enter the quaint mirrored room in the Hargreaves Music Building, you are instantly transported into an environment full of dedication, goodwill, and support. Sounds of laughter, singing, chanting, and clapping all filter into the hallway. Even while social distancing, the Ball State University Singers bring students of all majors together to fill the charming room with passion and warmth.
Louis Lowry, known for books like Number the Stars, The Anastasia Krupnik Series, and The Silent Boy, reached her peak when she wrote 1993’s The Giver. Lowry wrote about 12-year-old Jonas, who was chosen to receive memories of his society’s past from the giver, Jeff Bridges. She was able to tell a story of a government keeping humanity bottled up in one man, the giver, and how dangerous and cruel this burden can be. I believe the 2014 film’s lack of violence and blockbuster-esque appeal killed the film before it was even released, although it wasn’t the film’s fault that it didn’t continue.
One team competed with more fight and will Saturday afternoon. The Cardinals were not that team.