With Thanksgiving break just two weeks away, students are preparing to head home and be with their families. However, fear was growing that students could potentially bring COVID-19 home with them.
Joe Biden forms a coronavirus advisory board, President Donald Trump's campaign sues over Pennsylvania's election results, Pfizer Inc. announced its COVID-19 vaccine may be 90% effective, tropical storm Eta floods South Florida and Republican officials aim to get rid of the Affordable Care Act make up this week's five national stories.
COVID-19 affected many students this year and impacted the community of Ball State. To help acknowledge these circumstances, the Ball State University Libraries Archives and Special Collections set up a COVID-19 Pandemic Archive.
Every fall and spring semester, the Ball State Computer Science Department hosted an art show in the Atrium. Much like other campus events, the fifteenth art show was done virtually.
Residents of an Indian village celebrate Kamala Harris' election win, Italy enforces lockdowns in four regions, U.K. prime minister Boris Johnson aims to build a relationship with Joe Biden, Guatemala copes with the aftermath of tropical storm Eta and Portugal and Hungary enforce curfews to combat the coronavirus' resurgence.
In a campus-wide email sent Nov. 7, 2020, Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns addressed concerns regarding people from outside the Ball State community intimidating students during the week.
Kamala Harris made history Saturday as the first Black woman elected as vice president of the United States, shattering barriers that have kept men — almost all of them white — entrenched at the highest levels of American politics for more than two centuries.
As the holiday season rapidly approaches, many people are looking for places to turn to in order to find new foods to bring to the Thanksgiving table. One business, located near Indianapolis, may be your next stop for a tasty dessert your family can enjoy, if they’re 21 years old or older, at least.
Weather forecaster Adam Feick has the latest on the early fall-like weather
Five members of the Lambda Beta chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. spent 24 hours outside at the Scramble Light to understand some of what homeless people experience every day, using only a fire, tent and sleeping bags to help them stay warm through the night.