In 1964, the elevation of the Civil Rights Movement and debut release of the Beatles’ second album weren’t the only events that changed lives.
When it comes to food, ‘fun’ and ‘flavorful’ tend to describe sweets such as the triple chocolate ice cream in the fridge or the toasted coconut chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven.
A senior art history major spent the summer driving hour-long commutes from Muncie to Noblesville, from one internship to the other, researching art and sharing their knowledge with the surrounding communities.
On Aug. 22, Ted Neal hosted Ball State’s 12th annual community pottery class, allowing students, alumni and community members to test their skills and grow in the art of crafting vessels from clay.
Graduate landscape architects took to the skies on Aug. 24 outside the Architecture and Planning Building with homemade kites for the department’s first-ever “We Fly! Kites!” event.
While most students prepared for classes their first week back to school, one group was gearing up to perform its largest show as a band yet.
Since last summer, the Muncie Arts and Culture Council (MACC) has been planning a project that adds a pop of color and breath of life to Muncie’s traffic control boxes.
The Office of Student Life has posted the two new speakers for their Excellence in Leadership series, Elaine Welteroth and Karamo Brown.
Evan Olinger recalls going through high school, surrounded by friends who thought he “would make a great history teacher” in the future.
The Charles W. Brown Planetarium offers a new set of celestial shows each semester, including a few holiday themed events. While all of the showings are free to the public, children 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
The University Program Board will kick off their fall 2018 Friday Night Filmworks the first Friday of classes, Aug. 24.
With one year under their belt as at-home-entrepreneurs, Ball State alumnus Andy Shears and his wife Amy have decided to relocate to a larger retail and studio space in Downtown Muncie.
Ball State has a new director of disability services.
On her 11th birthday Emma Mentley was given the book “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” Since she was the same age as Harry in the book, she instantly connected, growing up alongside him as she devoured book after book.
When most students graduate from a university they expect to receive a diploma, but after summer commencement, one alumna received a ring.
For many college students, adjusting to life in a new town may not be an easy task, but an adjustment to campus life can prove to be especially difficult when your family and friends are miles away from Muncie.