Ball State's campus, the Partnership Project, research and community outreach all share one thing in common — the Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA).
India's Natural Disaster Response Force searches for survivors trapped in a residential building collapse, a pro-democracy plaque in Thailand is removed, people in Berlin march for migrants in Greece, European countries try new measures to contain the coronavirus and military commanders of India and China meet regarding their border standoff make up this week's five international stories.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a diminutive yet towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, died Friday at her home in Washington. She was 87.
For the first time since Jan. 31, Ball State’s Board of Trustees met in person in Cardinal Hall B on Friday. At the meeting, the board passed a resolution to adapt the spring 2021 semester schedule.
September is flying by and taking with it pool days and watermelon harvests — finally welcoming fall back. It may not look like fall, or feel like fall or technically be fall yet, but it’s fall. OK, I celebrate early — but I have good reason to.
The park on the corner of East Gilbert and North Elm Street will now be lit throughout the night.
The school year has just started, but most students start signing leases for next year’s housing in September or October. You do NOT want to miss out on all of your housing options for the next school year! The Daily’s Virtual Roost Housing Fair is the perfect opportunity to scout out a new nest by talking to local landlords and comparing options from the best student housing properties around Muncie - all from the comfort of your own home!
Pressed In Black, a reggae rock band from Kokomo, Indiana, spent Sunday afternoon in the recording studios of the Music Instruction Building, working with members of Cardinal Music Group (CMG) to record their newest album.
What was once an empty patch of dirt now houses more than 16,000 sunflowers, each one with its head turned toward the sun, looking at the bright side — how Garret Conway did last spring.
After COVID-19 caused Ball State University to close down in spring of 2020, small businesses around the campus took a hard hit.
In the halls of the Woodworth Complex at Ball State University, you may see some regular sites, but it's only on a rare occasion you get to see a little fellow with two legs, wings and a beak.