Moriah Morgan, freshman political science major, thought her perfume had expired Sept. 1 because she couldn’t smell it. Days before, she had a sore throat and a cough.
Though remote learning has changed how students learn, all signs point to an improvement for Ball State students’ grade point average (GPA).
You hear the siren, you see the lights, you get your ticket or warning, and go home. We all know the drill. But if you managed to get a traffic ticket, you’ll most likely just go online and pay the $100 to $200 fine, but there's other options that few people know of to fight a ticket.
The Muncie Downtown Development Partnership is adding a new addition to October’s First Thursday.
In a virtual press conference Wednesday, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced the state would begin stage 5, the final stage in the "Back on Track Indiana" reopening plan, on Sept. 26.
Confusion has been a common thread within many school departments right now as they try to figure out how to navigate this unusual semester, but for the Department of Theatre and Dance, most of their confusion was with how they are going to present their shows.
The U.N.'s first virtual meeting is expected to begin with prerecorded speeches, tropical storm Beta stalls along the Texas coast, former Wisconsin police chief to consult with prosecutors on Jacob Blake's shooting, Mike Bloomberg raises money for Florida felons to pay off fines to vote and Amy Coney Barrett is the polarizing front-runner for the vacant Supreme Court seat.
The return to campus brought many changes to the college experience, especially when it comes to making friends. With limited in-person classes, online club meetings, and social distancing guidelines, students have been finding it difficult to befriend their peers.
Ball State's campus, the Partnership Project, research and community outreach all share one thing in common — the Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA).
India's Natural Disaster Response Force searches for survivors trapped in a residential building collapse, a pro-democracy plaque in Thailand is removed, people in Berlin march for migrants in Greece, European countries try new measures to contain the coronavirus and military commanders of India and China meet regarding their border standoff make up this week's five international stories.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a diminutive yet towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, died Friday at her home in Washington. She was 87.