After an unprecedented fall semester, Ball State has changed its spring semester schedule.
Student government association (SGA) president Connor Sanburn presented his “State of the Senate” address in the Sept. 30 Zoom meeting.
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Many universities have state-of-the-art facilities they take pride in, and Ball State has one that has been standing for over half a century.
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Carinah Herrero, senior speech pathology major and president of the Asian-American Student Association (AASA), said she began planning a racial justice dialogue in early September.
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.