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Best Ways To Stay Focused

Being a student is not easy. It can be challenging to find time and energy to study. However, students can do a few things to make the most of their study time. First, it is essential to create a schedule and stick to it.


How Remote Learning Affects Students

Since the global pandemic of 2019, the way we learn has changed a lot. Remote learning has become more common and, in some places, could be here to stay. Advantages of remote learning include providing more free time, personalization, and giving access to a wider range of studying opportunities for students. Despite the advantages, however, some feel that remote learning can have a negative impact on students.



On their final day in Los Angeles, student journalists Amber Pietz and Daniel Kehn explored the UCLA campus and the surrounding area in search of postcard worthy photographs. Their goal was to accurately convert their experience while on the West Coast.
PHOTO GALLERY

Postcards From L.A.

Daily News staffers Daniel Kehn and Amber Pietz traveled to Los Angeles, California, and the surrounding areas with Ball State Men's Volleyball as they earned a spot in the NCAA Men's Volleyball Tournament.



Camp Kesem was founded in Stanford University in 2000 and has since expanded into over 100 chapters. Ball State's chapter has grown into 52 campers this past summer since its founding in 2015. Camp Kesem, Photo Provided
SUMMER CAMPS

Local camps available for summer 2022

With summer on the horizon for K-12 students, it may be time for some parents to gather options for what their children can/will do once the school year ends. For many, the answer comes in the form of summer camp.



Ball State Daily News Photo and Visuals Editor Amber Pietz takes photos at a men's volleyball MIVA Quarterfinals April 16 at Worthen Arena. Pietz is a freshman photographic storytelling and journalism graphics major at Ball State. Jacy Bradley, DN
SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHY

A journal from a photojournalist: My first year

The more I shot sports, the more I seemed to find myself. When I came to college I felt lost. Not because I didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life, but because I didn’t really know who I was anymore. I lost myself in high school and being at the Daily News helped me find my place and my people.







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