Student-run restaurant specializes in fine dining

Cooked duck, lamb and steak aren’t too hard to find on Ball State’s campus–if you know where to look. Allegre, Ball State’s student-run restaurant, makes unique meals using these type of meats every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the Applied Technology building.



NEWS

First weekend of Spring Break forecast

With Spring Break just one day away for students here at Ball State University, how will the forecast play out for those sticking around the state? Weather Forecaster Balint Szalavari has the full forecast here!


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NEWS

Power restored on campus

The high voltage circuit that supplies power to these buildings faulted a switching vault. The reason for the fault will be determined and repaired.


Police responded to a call about the parking garage behind the L.A. Pittenger Student Center around 2 p.m. Thursday. According to university strategic communications, the case is now being labeled a "false alarm" but it is still under investigation. Mary Freda // DN 
NEWS

BREAKING: Police activity at Student Center parking garage

Police responded to a call about the parking garage behind the L.A. Pittenger Student Center around 2 p.m. Thursday. Police got a call about a person in question who was reported to be standing on the wall of the third floor of the parking garage. When police arrived they conducted a "thorough" search of the parking garage and were unable to locate the person in question, Muncie Police Department officer Steve Cox said. According to university strategic communications, the case is now being labeled a "false alarm" but it is still under investigation.



CAMPUS

IGNITE and OPTiC: Letters to Ball State

Every year, the Daily News has given both slates running for the Student Government Association executive board the opportunity to write to members of the Ball State community, sharing why they should vote for them. This year, both IGNITE and OPTiC took that opportunity. Read their letters here.




Ball State patrolman Rick Howell and K9 officer Fritz demonstrates searching for illegal substances in Shively Hall on Feb. 1. Grace Ramey // DN
CAMPUS

UPD gets new K9 officer

One of the University Police Department’s newest recertified officers is only 10 years old and will almost always be seen with a tennis ball and covered in fur.







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