“Ball State taking out Jamba Juice is my villain origin story.” This was just one reaction to Ball State University Dining Services’ decision to end its five-year contract with Jamba Juice.
Ball State University’s Speech Team is competing at the Indiana Forensic Association State tournament this weekend. However, this is not just any old state tournament: this is the team’s chance to win for the 11th year in a row during a COVID-19 world.
Fourteen hours after campus internet came back from a nearly six-hour outage Feb. 9 — with no more than two tweets communicated from the university — the Ball State community was finally given an explanation to what happened.
Strive is the only student government association (SGA) slate to submit a nomination form to run for the Ball State SGA executive board for the 2021-22 school year. The slate participated in its first debate of the season Feb. 10.
Ball State’s Student Government Association (SGA) held its weekly meeting on Feb. 10 over Zoom. At the meeting, senators looked over a budget proposal and voted on two amendments that had been introduced at the Feb. 3 meeting.
During the first week of Black History Month, Ball State celebrated its 41st annual Unity Week to celebrate diversity on campus. Unity Week was a week of events on campus that, according to the university's website, was meant to challenge people's perspectives on diversity and inclusivity.
The Common Market recently received a $15,000 grant from National Hartbeat of Main Street grant program and a $14,400 local grant from 8twelve Coalition. Its goals include being a food market, thrift shop, vinyl record store and many more, all in one location.
Advocacy groups call on Biden to end federal executions, schools plan for remote learning in the fall, hackers try to poison Florida drinking water, maskless Super Bowl fans raise fears about the coronavirus and a new program for minority businesses in Southern underserved communities make up this week's five national stories.
This week marks Muncie Mission's 17th annual Walk A Mile in My Shoes. The annual event is all about raising awareness of the community’s homeless and hungry, as well as raising funds to support Muncie Missions services.
A rescue effort begins after an Indian glacier flood, Moscow's jails are overcrowded with opposition protestors, a water cannon is fired at protestors in Myanmar, South Africa suspends its AstraZeneca vaccine effort and top diplomats in the United States and China discuss issues that have strained their relationship make up this week's five international stories.