Ashley C. Ford, 2018 Ball State alumna and fall 2021 writer-in-residence, read a chapter from her book, “Somebody’s Daughter,” in front of a crowd of students, faculty and community members Sept. 15 at Pruis Hall.
For his first independent project, Luis Antonio's "12 Minutes" offers some creative gameplay mechanics that deteriorate as fast as the story.
Tired of dressing in his regular sweatpants and a T-shirt, Jessie Creselious was searching for a new pair of vintage-style boots when he stumbled upon an ad for an event hosted by Circle City Aerodrome, a nonprofit organization for Indianapolis and Hoosier steampunk enthusiasts to “berth their airships.”
Ball State’s Student Government Association (SGA) met in Room 175 of the Art and Journalism Building Sept. 15 to participate in a student senate retreat, where they participated in a “blitz” — going outside and seeking student perspectives on what they want fixed at the university.
As most students do at the beginning of the school year, sophomore architecture major Allysa Britting set out to purchase textbooks before courses started. She went to the Ball State Bookstore first but said the lines were long, and she didn’t see too many books on the shelves, so she decided to go to the T.I.S. College Bookstore in the Village, only to discover it was no longer a bookstore.
After the 2020 Census data showed a drop in Muncie’s population, the mayor released a statement saying the data was inaccurate. However, economists believe he is wrong.
Ball State’s new “We Soar” campaign will encourage faculty, staff and students to expand their worldview to make the university’s campus a more inclusive place.
The Ball State's Girls’ Volleyball team has its sights set on MAC action with the final week of non-conference this week.
Delta High School’s football program has had an incredibly strong start to their 2021 campaign, winning 3 of their first 4 games and having a point differential of 131-44.
Formed in the 1970s, Ball State’s Multicultural Center has served as a resource for students of color and other minority groups for nearly 50 years. Now located in the heart of campus near Bracken Library, the center hopes to educate and inform students on current issues relating to race, culture and inclusivity.
On this episode of Remixed Sam dives into another minisode this time going in on the Sara Kays and AJR concert at Emens this past weekend. Did they make a fan out of Sam? Listen and find out! Host: Sam Shipe Edited by: Sam Shipe Graphic by: Talor Sheridan
As Ball State students return to campus, new COVID procedures are being put in place to keep students and faculty safe.