When Kent Millard attended civil rights marches in the 1960s, he was taught to link arms with fellow protesters so no one would be separated from the group. Millard knew attending marches and protests could be dangerous even though participants were nonviolent. Trainers told him what to do in the face of violent retaliation.
Graham and Blake break down Nintendo's latest announcements about the Legend of Zelda series.
In January 2020, Jordyn Blythe, junior communications studies and political science major, attended Beverly Tatum’s speech at Ball State University on why schools are responsible for fostering conversations about the importance of diversity and inclusivity.
Ball State and Kent State competed against each other in a NCAA men's basketball game, Wednesday Feb 24th at 2:00 pm. The final score was Kent State: 71 and Ball State: 90.
Theatre is a place where goers can get dressed up and enjoy a night on the town. However, in COVID-19 times, this looked a lot different. The play "The Delays" is making its debut here on campus, however, not through a stage.
On Feb. 24, the University Program Board (UPB), with Late Nite, student government association and the National Pan-Hellenic Council held an event celebrating Black History Month by hosting three Black entertainers to perform in front of a virtual room full of Ball State students.
Strolling down West University Avenue past some of Muncie’s iconic local restaurants, it’s difficult to ignore a large “For Lease” sign hanging in the window of Queer Chocolatier. Owner Morgan Roddy said her business needs a new location, but she will miss her current storefront.
The courtroom was full every day — standing-room-only full. Journalists filled every available chair, leaving members of the public to crowd in where they could for a trial that weighed heavily on the nation. It was 1997, and Terry Nichols stood accused for the role it was believed he played in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people — the worst act of terrorism on U.S. soil prior to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
The Strive student government association (SGA) slate participated in its final debate before the spring 2021 election. Presidential candidate Tina Nguyen and Vice Presidential candidate Chiara Biddle said they are hoping to meet with hall councils and other on-campus organizations.
Since March 2020, COVID-19 has caused a significant decline in mental health across the U.S., according to multiple studies. Recently, two Ball State faculty members teamed up with colleagues from multiple institutions to demonstrate how anxiety, depression and other mental health matters have more than doubled in a study of their own.
Chief Weather Forecaster Nathan Gidley has an evening update on the patchy fog and windy conditions expected tonight, as well as the warmer temperatures that are on the way.
The U.S. tops 500,000 COVID-19 deaths, Virginia lawmakers vote to abolish the death penalty, Biden boosts pandemic lending to small businesses, the Supreme Court won't halt the turnover of Trump's tax records and the wife of "El Chapo" has been arrested on U.S. drug charges make up this week's five national news stories.