With Christmas almost here, Santa needs as much help as he can get at the North Pole finishing toys for good little girls and boys.
Graduating student, writer and host Ashley C. Ford will be Ball State’s 2018 Fall Commencement speaker at 10 a.m. Dec. 15, 2018, in Worthen Arena.
Ball State graduate student Ethan Pickerill spent last summer in a lab in Bethesda, Maryland as Ball State’s first ever intern for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
Although bathing suits have been put away and the sweltering heat is long-gone, harmful UV rays remain an issue.
Angelin Chang originally took the stage at Burris Laboratory School as a student, but she will now be returning as a Grammy Award winning guest performer.
After every class session in the fall, spring and summer, Cornerstone Center for the Arts hosts a celebration showcasing the students from their dance, music and fitness classes.
For the second year in a row, every child on Ball State’s Angel Tree was ”adopted” in only six days, with a waiting list of people who wanted to participate.
During the season when snow falls and Christmas lights are everywhere, some turn to holiday classics to continue spreading cheer.
For one student, the story of her childhood academic career is one she said mortifies her. She never quite understood why her poverty was displayed within the bounds of her elementary classrooms. One day, a teacher went as far as putting extra food in her backpack before sending her home because she assumed her parents did not make enough income to feed her family. She said she remembers the humiliation on her mother’s face.
Emens Auditorium announced today that Ball State graduate and Grammy Award-winning pianist Angelin Chang will perform as a part of the Centennial Celebration at 2 p.m. Dec. 9.
The Paramount Theatre in Anderson opened its box office to moviegoers for the first time in more than 40 years Wednesday with presale tickets for their first film, “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
Dozens of students in the audience face the stage as a man sings a song about obedience on a stool. The small tune fills the Student Center Ballroom as the first of 18 characters in the one man show.
Ball State alumna Natasha Chopra has her hands full as he co-founder and visual art editor of Turnpike Magazine, the author of a self-published poetry chapbook and a graduate student at the Herron School of Art + Design.
Retail workers have a different story than the shoppers who hit the stores to buy for the Christmas season.
Ball State international students and faculty created an energetic and enthusiastic environment as they celebrated and awarded honorary photography in the International Student Photo Contest.
Each person has their own unique personal background, personalities and lifestyles, which can lead to a variety of traditions and dishes, especially during the holiday season.
Two weeks after submitting their audition videos, Sammy Bredar and Ella Pittman were accepted as walk-ons to perform in “NOËL The Musical” with VenuWorks Theatricals.