This Thursday, students and community members are invited to downtown Muncie, as well as to Ball State’s campus, to experience a variety of art, food and activities at the First Thursday event. Here are some things to check out this week.
The only thing Milo Yiannopoulos and I can agree on is liking men. After that, not much else.
Ball State’s annual film festival is back and now taking entries until Monday.
What started out as watching her mom’s love for David Letterman turned into the opportunity to teach a master class once a year in New York City.
Ever wanted to join a book club but weren't sure if it was for you? One club that originated in Muncie allows members to discuss literature with a pint of their favorite brew. Books on Tap is one of five book clubs the Maring-Hunt Library offers to the Muncie community.
From the outside of the Forest Park Senior Center, Muncie residents would have no idea that a licensed specialty bakery is housed inside.
This past Friday, Ball State awoke to find “RESIST” painted in bold, stark white on five different brick walls around campus.
The sign on the front of an eclectic, colorful shop in downtown Muncie called Yarn Stories reads “Come in, we’re awesome.”
We’ve come to realize that while each one of the SGA slates brings different ideas with their campaigns, it’s going to be up to you, the students, to determine who would best represent the student body.
BSUDM raised $75,288.05 during its Day of Hope on Wednesday, surpassing the goal of $75,000, which originally seemed “overzealous” to junior Emma Nossem.
The Daily News decided to start this video series to showcase the different cultures of Ball State and break down the stereotypes that create barriers.
Upon entering Be Here Now, the musty smell of wood greets you first. To the right is the bar, and across from it a snooker table and digital jukebox.
The application to the Spring Shout Songwriting Competition is now open to all Ball State students ages 18 to 27.
Jim Davis, a Ball State alumnus and creator of the “Garfield” comics, spoke in Sursa Performance Hall Wednesday night to impart industry wisdom and connect with students.
Garfield creator and Ball State alumnus Jim Davis will deliver his second lecture of the 2016-17 academic year tomorrow.
With the motto “Friendship is essential to the soul,” one would suspect that Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, INC, Upsilon Beta Chapter would host this year’s Valentine’s Day blood drive.