As a Ball State community, the least we can do is provide more support by attending these smaller sporting events on campus, providing them with the same energy we give at basketball, football and volleyball games.
Stepping onto the rock-speckled dirt path, the first thing that can be seen from the front lawn of Northern Tropics Greenhouse is the rows of red, orange and gold chrysanthemum stones out on display. Further down the path, the plants from the five greenhouses emerge.
On Wednesday, Oct. 20, Ball State’s Health Promotion and Advocacy sponsored the “Save Your Beers For Another Day” event to bring awareness of alcohol and safe drinking to students.
One of Kate Avila’s favorite memories from working in Ball State’s Speech-Language Clinic is from when a client made a birthday cake and shared it with her supervisor and student clinician.
Students gathered in the Burkhardt Building Oct. 20 to attend a lecture by 2014 Ball State alumnus Qais Faqiri. The lecture, titled “Centralization of Power and the Collapse of Afghanistan,” was hosted by the Global Studies Association (GSA) and focused on the history of Afghanistan leading up to the evacuation of U.S. troops Aug. 30, as well as Faqiri’s own flight from the country Aug. 23.
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On Wednesday, Oct. 20, Ball State’s Student Government Association (SGA) met for its second meeting of the month, where senators voted on two amendments, were introduced to one more and SGA President Tina Nguyen gave her first “State of the Senate” address of the year.
This Wednesday, the homecoming committee held a dinner for the campus at the Woodworth Commons.
Tests, essays, projects, work and social activities — the list goes on. College students deal with a number of things that can cause stress every day, and pressures from school are among the top reasons for stress, according to the Jed Foundation. As these responsibilities begin to build up, it can be hard for students to find ways to care for themselves.
Hannah Dreier never considered journalism as a career — she always liked reading and writing but thought she was going to do work as an activist after graduating from college.
Ball State's Women's Volleyball team has had a very impressive win streak with eight straight wins.
Outlet is a hip-hop troupe that started in 2003 at Ball State University. The team was made as an outlet for students to get away from stress and schoolwork.
Ball State Women's Volleyball defeated Toledo in four sets on Oct. 19 at Worthen Arena. Both the Cardinals and the Rockets were sitting in the top three of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) West Division, but Ball State left the match in first place.