After winning the 2022 Mid-American Conference regular season championship, Ball State Women’s Tennis (19-4, 9-2 MAC) hosted the MAC Tournament as the no. 1 seed April 30 and May 1.
Ball State Baseball (29-14, 23-4 MAC) swept Central Michigan (28-14, 21-5 MAC) in four games to take over first place in the Mid-American Conference.
Kris Ball started writing when she was 6 years old — poetry, song lyrics, short stories. Ball said in the opening of one of her books that, sitting at the foot of her bed, her Aunt Janice — a woman 10 years younger than Ball’s “hands-off” mother — encouraged her to write and “would listen to [her] stupid poems.”
Post-graduation depression is defined by Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) as “depression in young adults [that] often occurs right after they complete university coursework, often due to pressure to get a job right away or sadness leaving their college peers and life behind.”
As they've learned from previous mentors, four Ball State Baseball fifth-year student-athletes have grown as people and players, and are leading the Cardinals to a potential Mid-American Conference Championship.
Congrats, Grad! In a year like no other, you should be proud of this accomplishment. Wherever you land next, know that Ball State Online will be here for you when it’s time to fly further in your career and future.
Ball State Office of Victim Services, the Ball State Counseling Center, and Alpha Chi Omega collaborated to host Take Back the Night 2022 (TBTN) on the Ball State University Quad April 27 in honor of April being National Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
With multiple parents and guardians around the nation attending school board meetings to complain about the teaching of sensitive topics, Ball State’s Teachers College is trying to prepare current students for what they may face in their professional careers.
Can dogs eat crab meat? Honestly, the answer may surprise you. The truth is that while crab can be a valuable part of your dog’s diet when given in moderation, the crab can still be dangerous for several reasons.
Senior student-athletes Faith Hensley and Emma Cunningham reflect on their past experiences as they look to their futures.
After you proudly receive your diploma and move the tassel on your graduation cap this Spring, the big question on your mind may be, “What’s next?”
Growing up interested in architecture, Katarina Antal chose Ball State because she knew it had a good program and offered her what she wanted. As a senior landscape architecture major, she knew she would be spending five years at Ball State because of the common curriculum program in the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP).