Looking to buy or rent textbooks at a cheaper price? Need help studying for your exam? Didn't finish the readings for your class? Consider using these five websites that have saved the lives of many college students. Unsplash, Photo Courtesy
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Five websites every college student should know about

Being in college, it can seem like things are a lot more challenging and tough. Students need tools and hacks to make the college experience easier. On the Internet, students can learn effective study habits and access digital copies of textbooks and answers to questions that may not have been discussed in their classes. Here are five websites to make every college student’s life a little easier. 


Adapting a more eco-friendly lifestyle is not only better for the environment, it can save college students' money. Consider these six ways to be more eco-friendly in your day-to-day lives. Unsplash, Photo Courtesy
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Six ways students can be more eco-friendly

Being environmentally friendly not only helps the planet but also your wallet. It can help you cut down on your electricity bills when you unplug appliances that are not in use. Here are six tips on how to be more eco-friendly in your day-to-day life. 





The historical cover of the Sept. 12, 2001, edition of The Ball State Daily News was on display in the Newseum in Washington, D.C., and included in a collection of front cover pages created by the Society of Professional Journalists. The staff of The Daily News reworked the cover more than half a dozen times before sending it to the printer. Ball State Digital Media Repository, Photo Courtesy
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Former Daily News staff reflect on reporting the events of Sept. 11

Tom Gubbins woke up earlier than usual that Tuesday morning. It was before 9 a.m., and his radio was on and set to his typical station, one that would normally play “The Bob & Tom Show.” But, instead of the satirical humor he was used to listening to while getting ready, Gubbins heard announcements from CNN Radio, a station he didn’t know existed.


"POP Power" stickers sit on the stairs of the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA) May 11, 2021. DOMA Director Robert La France said staff wanted to experiment with stickers leading people to the second floor of the special exhibition instead of signs with arrows. Grace McCormick, DN
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David Owsley Museum of Art staff reflects on last week of pop art exhibit

For Robert La France, director of the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA), pop art represents hope during difficult times. The exhibition “POP Power from Warhol to Koons: Masterworks from the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation” is a show La France thought could bring some joy to people as they feel safer visiting museums during the COVID-19 pandemic.






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