The best replacement for Jo Ann Gora would be a clone of Gora, said Jim Lowe, director of engineering and construction operations. “You want that person that’s in that leadership role,” he said.
Community leaders were surprised to hear that Ball State President Jo Ann Gora announced her plans to retire in June 2014.
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 Student Government Association will reexamine a co-sponsorship bill that requests $6,000 for Greek Life organizations at their meeting Wednesday.
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.
Patricia Nelson stood in the back room of Art and Journalism Building Room 123, dipping her gloved hands in a tub of sulfuric acid.
Ball State’s athletic department will offer Ball State University Dance Marathon $10,000 if they can get 10,000 students to next home game Nov. 6.
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.
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.
More than 100 teams of sororities and fraternities gathered in the LaFollette field Saturday to participate in the 41st annual Watermelon Bust, organized by Delta Tau Delta and Alpha Chi Omega.
Although it was 80 degrees outside and felt more like summer than fall, students came out to take part in pumpkin carving contests and drink apple cider.
A domestic violence survivor shared her story with about 285 walkers at the “Take Back the Night” candlelight vigil Thursday night.
The new Charles W. Brown Planetarium will be the largest planetarium in the state and the 10th largest in the country. The proposed 52-foot dome will include 148 individual, front-facing seats, and a multicolor LED system.
Malachi Randolph has been back on campus for three weeks since he resigned as Student Government Association president, and he said the threats seemed to have subsided.