On Monday, Oct. 28, students and climate activists gathered at Shafer Tower to hold a climate strike. The strike, titled BSU Climate Strike: Block McKinley, took place at noon and was announced through a Facebook event post.
Lloyd the People Cat is still in recovery after he was hit Friday, Oct. 25 near the Lafollette Complex. Sources say, that the cat was hit by a truck while chasing a chipmunk on campus.
A local resident started the first Muncie’s Skele-fun Decorating Contest. The Crigger family started decorating their house three years ago, and after one day, their kids wanted the skeletons to do more; and Sara Crigger, made that happen.
The Ball State Women's Soccer team returns home this week searching for a strong finish to their season. With only three matches left for before the postseason, the team hopes to maintain their standing as one of the top teams in the conference.
On Monday, October 21, a famous alumnus returned to Ball State. Traveling all the way from Tallahassee, Fla., Don Yaeger returned to Muncie to give a talk on what it means to have “greatness.”
Ball State Women’s Volleyball split this past weekend, winning Friday against Ohio via a sweep, and being swept by Kent State on Saturday. Each experience was valuable to the young team, as it was one that provided many learning experiences.
While fans had their eyes on the field this weekend, police had their eyes off of it in order to be prepared if anything went wrong.
Today marked the beginning of National School Bus Safety Week(NSBSW). Twenty-five million students ride school buses each day in the United States and this week is used to spread awareness about their safety.