Ball State officials are reporting that campus is now secure.
Freshman nursing major Tessa VanVelzer could have gone to Panama City, Fla., to relax on the beach.
Spark won the Student Government Association executive board election following three weeks of campaigning, three debates, violations on all three slates and false accusations.
Higher education instructors from Afghanistan’s Shaikh Zayed University came to speak Tuesday about the progress their country has made in education as a result of a partnership with U.S. universities, including Ball State.
Stress and pressure can come in many different forms, and from many different sources and can have a significant impact on the body and self-image in general.
BREAKING: A student who is now former parlimentarian said in a news release he is the creator and sole student working on the anonymous Twitter account that Cardinal United staff members were charged for on Tuesday.
Ball State student or not, there is still time for people to take advantage of free online classes offered by the university this spring.
Following the discussion of a particular Student Government Association platform point involving alcohol, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Jennifer Jones-Hall has asked her name not be used publicly by any executive board slates in this year’s election.
Student Government Association senators asked questions to executive board slates about points they felt were unclear after the two debates earlier this week.
Danielle Cadena Deulen, the first speaker of Ball State’s English Department’s spring creative writing series, read from her collection of poems and her own memoir Wednesday night.
When a mad scientist predicts the end of the world, he turns to creating a scandalous Craiglist ad in hopes of saving all of humanity.
For the first time in recent years of Student Government Association elections, vice presidential candidates had to stand solo and debate their respective slates and platforms.
Each American consumes nearly 20,000,000 watt-hours of power a year, and a film screened Tuesday looks to explain how that need will be met in the future.