Alumna finds soapy solution through her own handmade soapBy Andrew Harp / February 7, 2019
Lather, rinse and repeat.
Lather, rinse and repeat.
In Indiana, popcorn companies have been popping up since 1952, starting with Orville Redenbacher.
Consecutive cold weekends in January may have been keeping many in Muncie craving the warmth of their homes, but when the local police department threw the community a challenge on a short notice, enticing them with hot chocolate, people showed up.
With only 12 hours of dancing instruction, 12 “celebrity couples” and three dance teams will compete for “judge choice” and “people’s choice” awards, while raising money for Paramount Theatre.
Both the Golden Globes and Critic's Choice Awards have determined award winners for 2019, with Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Academy Awards soon to follow.
Abels, who graduated from Ball State in 2006 with majors in advertising and art, now works as a multimedia artist, with his most high-profile work consisting of several trailers made for popular films such as “I, Tonya,” “La La Land,” and “A Star Is Born.”
Jan. 1 is a day that comes and goes with each passing year. Along with it, people make New Year’s resolutions that change as quickly as the date.
Since she was young, Penny Fisher has known breast cancer — a disease her mother and grandmother had — could run in her genes.
Every semester, the Ball State Late Nite committee creates designated themes for Saturday night entertainment on campus.
In every family, there are instinctive roles that everyone fulfills — the leader, the jokester, the nurturer.
The University Program Board (UPB) will continue Friday Night Filmworks for the spring 2019 semester on the first Friday of classes after winter break, Jan. 11.
To an artist, Art Mart is like a candy store. Buying new paints or canvases at Art Mart brings the same joy and excitement as getting a new box of crayons in first grade. When is craft time?
With Christmas almost here, Santa needs as much help as he can get at the North Pole finishing toys for good little girls and boys.
Graduating student, writer and host Ashley C. Ford will be Ball State’s 2018 Fall Commencement speaker at 10 a.m. Dec. 15, 2018, in Worthen Arena.
Ball State graduate student Ethan Pickerill spent last summer in a lab in Bethesda, Maryland as Ball State’s first ever intern for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
Although bathing suits have been put away and the sweltering heat is long-gone, harmful UV rays remain an issue.
Beginning with one leader, step routines steadily gain power and speed as the rest of the Ball State RedPrint Step Team joins in using only their bodies and heavy black boots to compose music.
As the crowd cheered “magic” over and over again, the twinkling lights of the tall Christmas tree began to dance. Small children looked up in wonder as they gazed upon the multicolor light show.
After every class session in the fall, spring and summer, Cornerstone Center for the Arts hosts a celebration showcasing the students from their dance, music and fitness classes.
For the second year in a row, every child on Ball State’s Angel Tree was ”adopted” in only six days, with a waiting list of people who wanted to participate.