Food truck festival

“I'm looking forward, obviously, to eat good food. I haven't had anything yet but I've had Farm Stand over there before and it's really good and I think I'm gonna get their bacon grilled cheese,” Leffler said.


Dogs and Donuts

On Thursday, Oct. 13, on the back patio of Botsford-Swinford Hall, the Housing and Residence Life and the CCIM Living-Learning Community (LLC) worked together to put on an event called “Dogs and Donuts”. 


Architecture program supports local communities

“I wanted to be able to walk into a room of men and say with confidence that I knew what went into those beams and the rafters and the electrical,” Suding said. “It was really important for me to take advantage of everything Ball State has to offer in their architecture program.”


Renters want more rights

One council member, Roza Selvey, who is on the board of the Muncie Human Rights Commission offered a way for citizens to hopefully get the solution they need.


Muncie Mall hosts job fair

“I think you have to have an open mind. You have to be determined that you’re going to leave with some kind of opportunity and be positive,” Anthony said. “Be eager to work. I don’t think it’ll be that hard to get a job as long as you keep that positive mindset.”


Another award in the arsenal

"It has nothing to do with our competition, which I think is also award worthy but more about how our students are always kind and courteous,” said Marino. “We have a culture where we don't really complain and just try to get it done.”


The journey to Ball State Football

For many high school athletes, deciding where to play college football is a task in and of itself. However, for Luke Jones, the answer is 13 miles down the road in Scheumann Stadium. 

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