Jacquelyn Buckrop had a choice to make in 1989: her friend’s wedding or the Indianapolis 500?
Amy Coney Barrett awaits high-profile cases on the Supreme Court, California braces for more fires and winds, the Philadelphia police shooting of a Black man sparks protests, scientists remove murder hornets from Washington state and an Eli Lilly COVID-19 antibody drug trial loses government funding make up this week's five national stories.
Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court late Monday by a deeply divided Senate, Republicans overpowering Democrats to install President Donald Trump’s nominee days before the election and secure a likely conservative court majority for years to come.
With just 12 days until the 2020 general election, Vice President Mike Pence returned to his home state of Indiana to speak to his and President Donald Trump’s supporters Thursday afternoon at Fort Wayne Aero Center.
Do you know somebody graduating from Ball State this semester? A family member, best friend, roommate, or graduate assistant? Now is the time to show them how proud you are of all they have accomplished by giving them the gift of a Grad Wish!
In 2017, an 18-year-old was introduced to the world through YouTube and social media as a young man capable not only of writing, but wrestling, singing, and potential being a voice for the LGBTQ+ community. It’s 2020, and Geick’s channel lies empty without updated content and a trail of breadcrumbs that left him leaving the spotlight possibly for good.
Spain enforces a curfew to curb the spread of COVID-19, Pope Francis names 13 new cardinals, Italy closes gyms and movie theaters for one month, Iran's health minister criticizes his government's handling of the pandemic and Japan rejects the United Nation's Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons make up this week's five international stories.
From its first win of the season against Anderson to losing its last four, including last night’s first-round sectional loss to Connersville (2-6) 54-21.
“Fake news” is a term many Americans have come to know all too well. The term is meant to represent false information but has been morphed into a political tool to disavow legitimate journalism as a whole. I became familiar with the term during the 2016 election. My interest in politics and journalism grew together. To me, this November’s election is almost a matter of life and death. If you can vote, please take the time to do so. It will be worth the outcome.
Football will be the first fall sport to resume action Nov. 4, but the rest of fall sports will have to wait until March to compete — except for women’s volleyball, which begins Jan. 22, and cross country, which the Mid-American Conference is still exploring options to start a season.
Celebrating Halloween may look different this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.