As the fall 2020 semester nears its end, graduating seniors must navigate how to enter the workforce even as the job market changes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michigan imposes sweeping restrictions to combat COVID-19, Georgia election workers began a presidential hand tally Friday, a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is successful in trials, the SpaceX capsule reaches the International Space Station and US governors impose new coronavirus restrictions ahead of Thanksgiving make up this week's five national stories.
In October 2020, senior creative writing major Grace Goze was paid to help create memes and playlists for Ball State’s Department of Modern Languages and Classics.
In a campus-wide email sent Nov. 16, 2020, Ball State Vice President for Student Affairs Ro-Anne Royer Engle said all students will be required to submit a COVID-19 test result to the university administered within 7 days of returning to campus for the spring 2021 semester.
Peru's Congress continues its negotiations on a new president, Hurricane Iota prompts evacuation orders in Central America, Mexico passes 1 million confirmed COVID-19 cases, a 2020 Brexit trade deal is unlikely and Austria shuts down schools and non-essential stores make up this week's five international stories.
Ball State senior Jeb Reece rolls up to the nearly empty Muncie Mall parking lot. No, he’s not looking to shop. The urban planning major is headed to class. Yes, at the mall.
With the coronavirus pandemic, many organizations around campus had to make some operational changes, including the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA), which updated its website — making it more user-friendly by sharing its collection online with students, researchers and others interested in the artwork.
Walking southeast on West Neely Avenue, traffic noise becomes quieter, and pedestrians can find large greenspaces on North Minnetrista Parkway. Minnetrista’s walking trails and cultural exhibits make it one of junior social work major Elaina Kobitz’s favorite places to be during summers in Muncie.