Nearly 800 potholes have been reported to The Muncie Street Problem Reporting Hub, as it passes its one-year anniversary.
Known locally as the Muncie Smile Man, Ball State freshman social work major Matt Peiffer has dedicated much of his time to making other people happy. When he’s not dressed in costumes on McGalliard Road, he is speaking to national and local leaders to expand awareness of a new federal program.
Irma McClaurin, anthropologist and Black feminist researcher, has long felt the contributions of Black women to the field of anthropology are undervalued.
Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) President Connor Sanburn vetoed an amendment abolishing slates at the March 10 Zoom meeting.
The sizzle of burgers on the grill, the shake-shake of salt on fresh french fries and the gush of Coca-Cola from the drink fountain — these staples can all be found under an arch that has become a threshold of opportunity and an ode to the past.
COVID-19 vaccinations are available to those 50 or older in Indiana, but as of last week, teachers of any age group are eligible for the vaccine through the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program.
According to Indiana Public Radio, the Health Professions Building will be open for people to get vaccines beginning March 17. The site will be open on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for people to get their shots.