Ball State’s athletic department is in an unusual place. On Aug. 8, the Mid-American Conference became the first Football Bowl Subdivision conference to postpone all fall sports amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now that autumn is here, with it comes cool weather, pumpkin-flavored foods and colorful leaves.
“In all reality, I have been overweight for so much of my life, it began to take a toll on my life. I hated how I felt, how I looked and how people treated me. I knew I had to reclaim my life. Along with that, I wanted to prove everyone wrong.”
You hear the siren, you see the lights, you get your ticket or warning, and go home. We all know the drill. But if you managed to get a traffic ticket, you’ll most likely just go online and pay the $100 to $200 fine, but there's other options that few people know of to fight a ticket.
The Muncie Downtown Development Partnership is adding a new addition to October’s First Thursday.
At RentBSU, we offer students plenty of housing options with 120 different units within walking distance of Ball State. We know that this is an important time in your life. Finding an apartment or house is sometimes stressful and time consuming. Knowing a little about us may help in your decision making.
In a virtual press conference Wednesday, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced the state would begin stage 5, the final stage in the "Back on Track Indiana" reopening plan, on Sept. 26.
While the NFL and college ball both fall into the category of the sport of football, there is a world of difference between the two. Former Ball State offensive lineman Danny Pinter found that out soon after he became the 29th Cardinal drafted into the NFL when the Indianapolis Colts selected him in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft last April.
In January, Ball State Broadcasting Director Joel Godett received news that he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Unlike the more prevalent type 2, there is no known cause of type 1 diabetes. With his diagnosis in mind, Godett set out to make a difference.
Confusion has been a common thread within many school departments right now as they try to figure out how to navigate this unusual semester, but for the Department of Theatre and Dance, most of their confusion was with how they are going to present their shows.
MUNCIE, Ind. — After five months of online-only sales, Village Green Records hosted the first of three rescheduled Record Store Day events outdoors on Aug. 29.