An investigation is underway after videos circulating on social media showed people at a large gathering near Ball State's campus.
With the school year starting up, many student organizations have had to readjust their normal club activities.
In a campus wide letter sent out Aug. 14, Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns discussed COVID-19 on campus and context to the COVID-19 dashboard.
Though Ball State students and the business they bring to Muncie have returned, businesses in the Village are still feeling the stress of statewide quarantine mandates and the extended summer brought on by the university’s early dismissal last semester.
A flight to Antarctica takes extra precuations to keep the coronavirus away, Indonesia's capital under social restrictions to curb coronavirus spread, Austria sees the beginning of a second virus wave, volunteers and firefighters in Brazil try to save animals from burning wetlands and the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trials resume after a pause.
Muncie Central senior Jagger Scott feels fortunate to have his cross-country season amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
When Jack Salzman moved into his dorm room on the third floor of the Brayton/Clevenger wing of LaFollette in 2014, he said, his room looked like a prison cell, but he was still sad after hearing LaFollette would be demolished.
In a campus-wide letter sent out Aug. 10, Ball State President Mearns said the plan to hold spring and summer commencement on Oct. 10 was no longer feasible due to the ongoing risk of COVID-19.
At Ball State’s student government association (SGA) third virtual meeting of the fall semester, one new senator was voted into the off-campus caucus and three were voted into the at-large caucus.
As the fall semester was starting out, guidelines for preventing COVID-19 were placed around campus, including residence halls.
After a nearly six month hiatus, the Muncie Public Library branches have reopened.
After two years of planning and building, North Dining is open for the 2020-2021 school year.
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