What’s new for Women’s Week this year

“Women’s Week has strived to kind of create feminist programming on campus and help cultivate feminist community, so I think that that’s something that has stayed the same pretty much forever,” Kiel said.



The front of the Canal Pump House sits March 12 in Indianapolis. Jonathan Spodek, professor of architecture, led a documentation of the house with master's students in fall 2021. Sarah Olsen, DN
ACADEMICS

Restoring the Past: Professor Jonathan Spodek led graduate students in an award-winning historic documentation project

When visitors first arrive at Newfields, an Indianapolis art museum and garden, they are greeted by approximately half a million blooms that line the cobblestone and dirt paths. These winding trails criss-cross the 152-acre campus, allowing guests to admire the nearby White River while they enjoy a craft drink or snack from the Beer Garden on the premises. 


Student Government Association (SGA) Sen. Kyle Wickizer motions to table the "Creating an Appeals Process for Lost Representation" resolution indefinitely March 16, 2022. The resolution was not tabled indefinitely but it was voted down in SGA. Richard Kann, DN
STUDENT GOVERNMENT

SGA votes on organization and residence hall representation, introduces gender-inclusive bathroom resolution

Ball State’s Student Government Association (SGA) had a heavy focus on student representation in their meeting Wednesday, March 16. An amendment about creating an appeals process for lost representation was voted on. The amendment proposed to create a separate board, the Appeals Board, to consider the appeals of organizations and residence halls that lost representation.





Ball State regularly hosts travel abroad opportunities to an average of 65 countries. Since spring 2020, Ball State hasn't sent any students abroad due to the pandemic and security risks. Rinker Center for Global Affairs, Photo Provided
CAMPUS

Awaiting Adventure: Ball State student, faculty detail struggles of planning to study abroad during COVID-19

For junior exercise science major Zander Lichosik, the past two years have been a frustrating waiting game. In his freshman year, Lichosik applied to the U.K. Fulbright Summer Institute (FSI) scholarship. He was supposed to study abroad in Scotland in summer 2020. But, like many other college students impatiently waiting to travel overseas, a global pandemic put Lichosik’s plans on pause.







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