Ball State's Elemental Self Defense program, created by students, will be expanding to other universities next year, including Antioch College in Ohio and Florida State.
Recipients of the 21st Century Scholars and Frank O’Bannon scholarships will need to complete certain credit hours to get full amount of their scholarships.
Ball State’s stalemated geothermal project has been approved to receive $30 million despite generally dwindling state funding for higher education.
A Ball State student took the chance of being expelled when he or she posted on Facebook for someone to write a reaction paper. Saying the best bid would win, 12 students commented on the post.
As last semester came to a close, double major Julia Carrell* had more than finals on her mind. She moved out of her near-campus home, moved her clothes from the closet to the trunk of her car and packed her backpack with bathroom toiletries. This would be the first semester she lived as a homeless college student.
Ball State’s normally drab and car-spotted C-1 commuter lot transformed into an island of revolving lights for Late Nite Carnival on Friday.
The Ball State Quidditch team returned Monday from its first experience at the Quidditch World Cup in Kissimmee Fla., with two wins and two losses.
After an attempt to break the Guinness world record for longest hug, two Ball State students ended up breaking their embrace instead — and raised money for the Boys & Girls Club of Muncie in the process.
Ball State’s Annual Guitar Festival is showcasing a slew of talented classical guitar artists for its three-day event. This year’s festival, which is celebrating its 25th year, includes performances by the School of Music’s Classical Guitar Ensemble, Paul Reilly and Daniel Lippel.