The Nov. 27, 2012 issue of the Daily News. DN Archives.
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The Top 10: The Ball State Daily News' top stories of the 21st century

The Daily News has a rich history of reporting by responsible and dedicated student journalists. Searching through the archives of the past 100 years, Daily News staff found no shortage of unique campus news and world events staff members before us worked hard to curate and report. Faced with the difficult task of finding the top 10 stories from a century of work, the current staff decided to limit this list to our lifetime. While we’re sure each Daily News staffer has their personal list of top stories, this was our best effort to reflect on the events and investigations our campus has seen in the 21st century. 



WEATHER

Unseasonably warm with an active mid-week

Weather Forecaster Hunter Luzadder is tracking unseasonably warm temperatures with a drastic drop in temps, as well an active mid-week with severe weather possible tomorrow.



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WEATHER

Unsettled weather ahead

Chief Weather Forecaster Maddi Johnson is tracking multiple days of rain chances this week, as well as a mid week warm up before temperatures come crashing down by Thursday! 



CAMPUS

Ball State students ‘walked a mile in her shoes’ for sexual assault, domestic violence march at University Green

As people clung to their jackets holding protest signs and wind blew through University Green, several men picked a pair of heels in their size from a table and began buckling them onto their feet. With different heel height variations, the men gathered with women to “walk a mile in [their] shoes,” and to march in awareness of violent crimes against women.







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