WCRD runs live coverage during one of the final Student Government Association debates Feb. 19 in Pruis Hall. WCRD celebrated its 25th anniversary this week. DN FILE PHOTO JONATHAN MIKSANEK

WCRD celebrates 25th anniversary by launching mobile app

Ball State’s campus radio station celebrated its 25th year of broadcasting by launching a new mobile app and free food today. WCRD began broadcasting in 1988 as an AM station with the support of Ball State alumnus David Letterman and Ball State professor emeritus Darrell Wible.

Members of Shadow Star take part in a combat exposition at the Renaissance Faire Oct. 16 on the University Green. DN PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY

Students celebrate first annual Renaissance Faire

Joshua Sullivan stood on a balance board juggling three multicolored balls. The sophomore biology major has been juggling for five years, describing one year as “a whole year of pathetic.” After juggling, he started preparing for a fire breathing demonstration.

	Apple said Tuesday that Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts will lead of the company’s expansion and retail operation.

Ball State alumna to move from Burberry CEO to Apple senior vice president

LONDON — Apple said Tuesday that Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts, who used technology to drive a remarkable turnaround at her luxury fashion house, will take charge of the company’s expansion plans and retail operation. Ahrendts, who will become a senior vice president at Apple next spring, is credited with helping transform Burberry from an established if stodgy brand known for its iconic trench coats to one of the fashion world’s leading companies.

Amnesty International BSU sells cupcakes Oct. 14 at the Scramble Light to raise money for a screening of “Miss Representation.” The cupcakes were sold at different rates based on the gender of the buyer — 75 cents for women, $1 for men. DN PHOTO DANIELLE GRADY

Cupcakes for equality

Men paid a quarter more than women for a cupcake to represent the difference a woman earns for every dollar a man earns at Amnesty International BSU’s event Monday. “Generally, women make about 75-77 percent of what men make in the workforce,” Natalie Abell, an Amnesty International member, said.

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