Fourth-year journalism major Emma Plank holds up photos of her as a baby Dec. 1 at the photojournalism studio in the Art and Journalism Building. Mya Cataline, DN
OPINION

What I’ll take with me

I want to reflect on what I learned and gained from this rollercoaster of an experience. I’ve compiled 20 things that I’ve picked up as a college student in these last four years. 


Brenden Rowan, DN Illustration
GRADUATION

5 tips for a solid resume

With Ball State University’s fall semester coming to a close and winter commencement on Dec. 16, a new batch of students will be entering the job market looking for a place.



Second-year political science major Payton Glesing (left) and second-year nursing major Elena Mazzei (right) browse in the dress section of the Goodwill on Hessler Road Dec. 1 in Muncie, Indiana. Ella Howell, DN
GRADUATION

Looking professional is affordable, thanks to services both in the community and on campus.

With Fall Commencement comes a great deal of ceremony: cap and gown, “Pomp and Circumstance” and the speeches of proud faculty and peers. It’s a thoroughly fancy affair – a dignified send-off to four long years of hard work and memories. While it marks the end of the class of 2023’s college years, it’s only the beginning of a life of formalities.









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