Ball State faculty members help conduct a new mental health study

Since March 2020, COVID-19 has caused a significant decline in mental health across the U.S., according to multiple studies. Recently, two Ball State faculty members teamed up with colleagues from multiple institutions to demonstrate how anxiety, depression and other mental health matters have more than doubled in a study of their own.



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WEATHER

Warm temperatures have returned

Weather Forecaster Rachel Stinger has a midday update on above average temperatures and fog that will impact us tonight and tomorrow morning. 



NEWS

Cardinal Esports Club focuses on community

A club on Ball State’s campus continues to strive through the pandemic. Cardinal Esports is a club for competitive and recreational gamers. Despite being competitive, President Nathan Valdez described it as more of a community than a varsity sport.



SPORTS

Track team looks toward MAC Championship

The Cardinals have one more hurdle to jump tomorrow as they host the Ball State Tune-Up on Thursday, Feb. 17. However, the team’s main focus is the Mid-American Conference Championship next weekend. 



NEWS

MITS opens up a new route

With Delaware County’s new Justice and Rehabilitation center slated to open to the public Wednesday, some Muncie residents are wondering how exactly they’ll commute to this facility. In partnership with Muncie Indiana Transit System, the city created route 17.







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