At any given time, Bracken Library is full of students hovered over books, using flashcards and wielding highlighters, all studying material to prepare for tests.
Students will get the chance to see what types of projects are being worked on in Muncie through the Ball State EcoREHAB immersive learning program and sustainability methods of the project.
In fifth grade while vacationing in Arizona, Kaleb Barajas threw a Snickers bar into the pool, causing everyone to evacuate, fearing the snack was floating waste.
Rosnellys Perez’s morning routine usually consists of the perfected application of foundation, concealer, powder, eyeliner, mascara and a dap of lip-gloss.
The media has a profound effect to shift concentration, and the recent media attention on guns could have contributed to reports of potential gunmen on Ball State’s and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis’ campuses.
Just weeks after one of the most controversial Student Government Association elections in recent memory, none of the senators who vowed to make revisions to the organization’s elections code is working on making changes.
The Ball State Judo Club emerged from a “blood-pumping and intense” competition successfully last week, with each member receiving a medal.
An author and activist will discuss growing up with two moms and the meaning of family on campus tonight.
Students discover benefits, challenges of getting engaged while still in college
University Police Department and University Marketing and Communications are reconsidering using Twitter for public safety and emergency notifications following communication strategies used when an alleged gunman was on campus.
For 27 consecutive hours, students literally stood up for their beliefs in awareness.
A broken hot water pipe and the resulting steam caused two floors of a LaFollette Complex hall to flood Tuesday night.
Several students failed to receive emergency emails regarding Monday’s threat of a potential gunman on campus, leading some to question the safety of relying on email to provide students with immediate and potentially lifesaving information.