SGA to publish how-to book

 Student Government Association's Student Services Committee unveiled its "Ball State: How To" book during Wednesday's meeting.


Ball Memorial Hospital exceeds fundraising goal

Ball Memorial Hospital started its annual fundraising campaign last fall with a goal of $225,000. The results of the campaign given out last week revealed the foundation raised more than $295,000.


Students learn about condom use

After visiting the Condom Kiosk, some students said they learned a lot about the process of using a condom they had never thought about before.


University Senate to vote on Fruesday

In two weeks, the vote to abolish Fruesday could be finalized, but Provost Terry King said President Jo Ann Gora probably won't approve of the plan.


8 inches of snow expected

No cancellations for classes at Ball State University were announced as of Monday evening, but students' plans for a possible snow day were already brewing.


Students to help small town win Pepsi-Cola grant

Instead of dropping $3 million on a Super Bowl advertisement, Pepsi-Cola is donating between $15 million and $20 million in grant money for developing communitites across America, and Alexandria, Ind. is trying to get a part of it.


Muncie Action Plan to meet

The Muncie Action Plan steering committee will meet at 5 p.m. at Minnetrista to update public officials to establish community goals for Muncie's future.


College Democrats to host annual Indiana fundraiser

 The College Democrats will have its annual statewide dinner at Cornerstone Center for the Arts on Saturday. Money raised will fund an internship opportunity with a Democratic election campaign this fall.


Former senator may challenge Bayh

Former Republican Sen. Dan Coats said Wednesday he's considering running against Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh in November.Bayh took Coats' seat after the 1998 election. Coats served as ambassador to Germany under George W. Bush and worked as a lobbyist in Washington. 

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