Ball State BSA holds 53rd annual Unity Pageant

Three weeks removed from the conclusion of Ball State’s Unity Week, the Black Student Association’s (BSA) 53rd annual Unity Pageant kicked off in person on Sunday evening at Pruis Hall, as well as on Zoom.



BYTE

Remixed S6E4: Black History Month, Music Edition

Welcome back to another episode of Remixed! On today's episode, join us as we discuss the black roots in many music genres, as well as what they mean for the culture, and how we can open up conversations and genres between people of all races. Tune in for all this and more on another episode of Remixed! Hosts: Sam Shipe & Dr. Gabriel Tait Edited by: Sam Shipe Graphic by: Shwetha Sundarrajan



NEWS

Wrapped Up S1E4 - Music fans get Daft Punk'd

Welcome back to this weekend's episode of Wrapped Up! This time, Kellyn Harrison is reporting on the latest news regarding Daft Punk's split, the expansion of Avatar and Leigh Bardugo's Grishaverse, PlayStation's new VR project, and Tom Holland's releasing of the third Spiderman title. 




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OPINION

Bold Type: Eating disorders don’t discriminate

The logic that one can only have an eating disorder if they look a certain way, are a certain gender or weigh a certain number is stereotypical and discourages those who do not fit the societal criteria from seeking help for serious disordered eating.


BASKETBALL

The bigger picture: After etching his name in Indiana high school basketball record books, Al Gooden knows his coaching has a larger purpose

 In his seventh season as head coach of Lawrence Central High School boys’ basketball, Al Gooden made history. He became the first African American high school boys’ basketball coach in Indiana to reach 500 wins when the Bears defeated Decatur Central 58-38 in the Marion County Tournament Jan. 12.  


Ball State Cardinals sophomore guard Sydney Freeman catches a rebound Dec. 2, 2020, at John E. Worthen Arena. Freeman scored 11 points against the Eagles. Jacob Musselman, DN
BASKETBALL

Bred into a winning culture: Sydney Freeman has brought her winning ways from Central Noble High School to Ball State

 Freeman is most remembered for her involvement in the turnaround of Central Noble High School Girls’ Basketball. The Cougars had not won more than five games since the 2009-10 season, but Freeman took the team from one of the worst in the state to one of the most dominant teams, beginning with her arrival in 2015. The Cougars finished 18-7 her freshman season before going 23-5 her junior season and 27-1 her senior season.  







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