Every year, the Daily News has given both slates running for the Student Government Association executive board the opportunity to write to members of the Ball State community, sharing why they should vote for them. This year, both IGNITE and OPTiC took that opportunity. Read their letters here.
Thousands of demonstrators turned out Monday across the U.S. to challenge Donald Trump in a Presidents Day protest dubbed Not My President's Day
Anderson is rescheduling his canceled appearance from last October.
The Democracy and Citizenship club is a non-partisan political community that hopes to foster friendly political discourse, be involved in the community and support political and political scholarship.
In below freezing temperatures with ice cold water to match, Ball State held the 2017 annual Polar Plunge Feb. 4.
Warmer temperatures in store!
To Interim President Terry King, the Board of Trustees, the university administration and community, During our time at Ball State, we found safety in fellow students as well as faculty members in their commitment to inclusivity.
Following President Trump's recent executive order banning immigration, the university is holding two open forum events at the L.A. Pittenger Student Center.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is recommending a $134 million appropriation for the 2017-18 school year.
The first moment Bradley Ridge put on a virtual reality headset, he knew that it was going to be big.
With the sparks of outrage happening across the country, one graduate student felt a grassroots event such as 'Call Your Members of Congress' could change potential outcomes.
About 25 members of the Ball State Students for Life traveled to Washington, D.C. Jan. 27 to participate in the March for Life.