Indy museum aims to boost crowds

INDIANAPOLIS — The four museums that line the downtown Indianapolis canal are all seeking ways to boost their attendance, with one aiming to attract people from the crowds drawn to the waterway during the warm-weather months.


Greek life prepares for 2010, looks for experience

While greek life is small, representing only 8 percent of the Ball State population, a report released by the Office of Student Life midsummer shows that the community continues to grow despite a slowing Spring Semester.


Rep. Party nominee Coats courts tea party in Senate bid

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana tea party activists might never fully embrace former Sen. Dan Coats, but the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate is making a concerted effort to court the antiestablishment vote and win their support in the general election.


Geothermal project nears completion of first phase

It's a business of absolute multitasking and taking advantage of the perfect situation. While many students were away from Ball State during the summer and construction was happening on so many buildings around campus, it was the perfect time to get the geothermal project going, and going fast.


Analyzing school and 'hooking up'

LOS ANGELES — There's good news for parents who worry that their teenagers' sex lives are affecting their school performance: A new study has found that teens in committed relationships do no better or worse in school than those who don't have sex.


Work to continue for Muncie streets

Although the majority of construction will be finished on and around campus before move-in begins, there will be a few projects still underway throughout the beginning of Fall Semester that students arriving on campus have to look out for.


SGA passes attendance bylaws

Student Government Association passed a new revision of its bylaws Wednesday, after a long debate on an issue that had been on the table since the previous administration took office.


Former coach to sue Ball State

Kathy Bull, former Ball State University women's tennis coach, is planning to sue the university based on claims of wrongful termination after she was let go.


Arrest log

Check out the six arrests in this week's arrest log


Rep. candidate Coats adds $200k own money to campaign fund

INDIANAPOLIS — Republican Dan Coats' bumpy campaign for his former Senate seat goes on, in large part on his own money after he loaned his campaign $200,000, even as his staff denies any fundraising troubles just days ahead of the primary.

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