To commemorate the spirit of Civil Rights marches, a large group of students braved the frigid temperatures to march down McKinley Ave.
For the first time in the university’s history, immersive learning projects are receiving awards for excellence in student development.
After only 10 percent of students voted in the 2012 Student Government Association executive board election, the executive and elections boards are making changes.
The overall market for digital course materials like online textbooks is projected to grow five times faster than the market for print materials.
Many students who didn’t work out regularly before have filled the Student Recreation and Wellness Center to work on their New Year’s resolutions.
Village gets a taste of Mexico in new taco and tequila bar
Changes continue in Village
Vandalization of statue sparks investigation, restoration fees
University adds several charging stations for electric vehicles after staff, visitor inquiries
Students compete in Germany, gain valuable world experience
In 15 days, our planet will perish — or so say some musings.
A month after elections, some students feel like the air has been let out of the political balloon.
A Ball State student directing a play will donate the proceeds to an organization that benefits the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community.
English learning program a bridge for international students
International student numbers increase, recruitment drives efforts