Since winning $65,930 in cash and prizes on “Wheel of Fortune’s” College Week last month, freshman journalism major Christian Dixie has been called a “beacon of positivity” across the game show’s Twitter audience.
While protecting yourselves and others by quarantining during the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be easy to start a routine of switching between social media apps and games to keep yourself entertained and busy.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several Ball State organizations have had to cancel their in-person events for the rest of the semester, including the Ball State School of Music’s public performances.
When Kelly Bryan was 5 years old, she picked up a bow and a violin and started gaining valuable skills that would last her a lifetime.
For the remainder of the semester, most Ball State events students turn to for entertainment have been canceled due to COVID-19, including University Program Board’s Late Nites, Ball State’s Theatre and Dance performances and more.
Since she was in high school, Grace Brenner knew she wanted to study abroad when she got to college. When the chance to travel to Chile came about, the junior Spanish and sociology major knew she had to take advantage of the opportunity.
Following guidelines from the Indiana Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control, Minnetrista announced it is canceling several upcoming events to protect its employees and the Muncie community, according to Minnetrista press release.
From wearing green to visiting a bar for drinks with friends, there are several ways people can celebrate the upcoming St. Patrick's Day.
Every Monday and Thursday at 5:30 p.m., senior acting major and Rec Fit instructor Immanuel Simon flips on the ceiling fans in RC 212B and starts his cardio hip-hop class.
When Christian Dixie, freshman journalism major, was 9 months old, he fell in love with the game show “Wheel of Fortune.”
Dee Slagle, junior general studies major, said her plant-loving grandma inspired her green thumb and her passion for the solitude, peace and beauty of plants.
Through colorful paintings, drawings, prints and vintage photographs, the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA) works to tell the stories of modern Mexican artists in its newest exhibit, “Mexican Modernity: 20th Century Paintings From The Zapanta Collection.”
Growing up, Hannah Weibert, a first-year trumpet performance graduate student, said her father constantly told her stories about his experience as a trumpet player.
Over the past seven months, actress Josephine Cooper said, acting as Sylvia Davis in the Broadway musical “Finding Neverland” has allowed her to grow not only as an actress but also a person.
Love triangles, swelling music and kissing in the rain are all aspects of the romantic comedy movie genre.
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and alongside the chocolates and roses, people often receive heartfelt messages written inside Valentine’s Day cards.
For seven years, junior musical theater major Gillian Lieberman spent half of her days at school and the other half on the stage.