For Spencer Tonner, the value of athletic trainers and athletic training shouldn’t be understated during times like these.
Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) voted to pass the implicit bias training resolution introduced last week.
In a campus wide email sent Wednesday, Susana Rivera-Mills, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Ball State, announced all in-person classes for the summer 2020 semester will transition to virtual teaching and learning.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, who saw his once strong lead in the Democratic primary evaporate as the party’s establishment lined swiftly up behind rival Joe Biden, ended his presidential bid on Wednesday, an acknowledgment that the former vice president is too far ahead for him to have any reasonable hope of catching up.
Timothy Brown, a former Ball State Football player, who played in the NFL for a number of years and spent some time as a professional actor and musican, has died at 82 according to a press release from the Philadelphia Eagles.
George Gannage, assistant teaching professor of marketing and assistant director of the Center for Professional Selling in the Miller College of Business, died Monday morning in Bloomington, Indiana, after suffering from a severe respiratory virus, according to an email sent out by Susana Rivera-Mills, provost and executive vice president at Ball State.
Wisconsin’s primary elections, Congress and the White House aiming for another coronavirus rescue package, a white supremacist group being deemed a terrorist organization, hackers targeting video conference calls and this week’s supermoon make up this week’s five national stories.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to the intensive care unit of a London hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsened Monday, just a day after he was admitted for what were said to be routine tests.
In a collaborative effort, Ball State's Libraries Archives and Special Collections, Everyday Life in Middletown project, and Muncie Public Library are asking community members to document life during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Ball State press release.
The pandemic altering Holy Week celebrations worldwide, a forest fire near the Chernobyl nuclear plant, the U.S.-Taliban peace deal, the U.K. prime minister being hospitalized and Queen Elizabeth II’s message to her nation make up this week’s five international stories.
As the first alarms sounded in early January that an outbreak of a novel coronavirus in China might ignite a global pandemic, the Trump administration squandered nearly two months that could have been used to bolster the federal stockpile of critically needed medical supplies and equipment.
Steady supplies of blood donations to hospitals through blood drives is one of the critical needs disrupted due to stricter guidelines imposed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ball State is shifting emphasis of One Ball State Day, scheduled to take place April 7, to address the critical needs of its students, particularly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a university press release.
Indiana’s stay-at-home order was extended Friday for two more weeks as the state’s number of coronavirus-related deaths topped 100 with an anticipated peak of infections still weeks away.
According to a university press statement Thursday, a Ball State public safety employee has let the university know he as tested positive for COVID-19.
Gov. Eric Holcomb today signed an executive order requiring all K-12 schools in Indiana to provide instruction via remote learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, according to a press release from the governor's office.