Junior Ally Becki defends a player against Tennessee Tech Nov. 6 at Worthen Arena. Becki played 31 minutes of the game. Mya Cataline, DN

3 takeaways from Ball State’s road win at Western Kentucky

It’s extremely tough to contain offenses like Notre Dame in UConn as they are both AP Top 25 teams. Ball State let up 90 to both of those teams. In all of their other games, they were holding opponents to just under 64 points per game. Head coach Brady Sallee has said throughout this season that defense can be his teams’ calling card. In the second quarter, it was just that. 

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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

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.

Senator Jackson Phenis presented a budget request for the Student Engagement Committee in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center Cardinal Hall B Dec. 6. The budget request was for three prize baskets for a tabling event. Madelyn Bracken, DN

Ball State Student Government Association denies budget request, approves two new senators

Jack Correa presented with points on improving the hours for dining halls and the recreational facilities on campus as well as working to improve campus safety. Correa was approved on a vote of 29-0 with one abstention. Viktoriia Budiad had points dealing with diversity and inclusion, aiming to improve the general cultural knowledge of the Ball State University population. Budiad was approved on a vote of 29-0 and two abstentions.

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WORLD OF HORROR makes the macabre mundane

Adding to the ever growing list of rogue-like games, WORLD OF HORROR offers unique and inventive gameplay, settled into stylish pixel art and eldritch horror in equal amount. While the loop approach to the narrative can end up a bit predictable, WORLD OF HORROR is an indie title well worth time and price tag. 

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