“Fake news” is a term many Americans have come to know all too well. The term is meant to represent false information but has been morphed into a political tool to disavow legitimate journalism as a whole. I became familiar with the term during the 2016 election. My interest in politics and journalism grew together. To me, this November’s election is almost a matter of life and death. If you can vote, please take the time to do so. It will be worth the outcome.
Football will be the first fall sport to resume action Nov. 4, but the rest of fall sports will have to wait until March to compete — except for women’s volleyball, which begins Jan. 22, and cross country, which the Mid-American Conference is still exploring options to start a season.
Celebrating Halloween may look different this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
From a young age, Quentin Tarantino has been interested in movies. Tarantino’s writing is inspired by movies, books, and spaghetti western film director Sergio Corbucci. Tarantino follows a nonlinear storytelling style: We can see in the films Reservoir Dogs, Inglorious Basterds, and the Kill Bill volumes that he jumps around storylines. In Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, the audience bounces between Sharon Tate, Rick Dalton, and Cliff Booth’s storylines.
Welcome back, podcasters! Today, we will be discussing the merits and faults of Hollywood's remakes and sequels. We will cover how some movies are just quick cash grabs or if Hollywood has really run dry of its creativity. So plug in your headphones and sit down as we talk about the multitudes of remakes and sequels in Hollywood! Hosts: Dylan Walters & Robert Dorbritz III Edited by: Ok Schlatter Graphic by: Kellyn Harrison
Though many of Ball State’s in-person services are shut down for the foreseeable future, the university is still doing its best to educate students and faculty on LGBTQ issues.
After designing 12 buildings for class projects without being able to see any of them built, Steven Polchinski, fourth-year architecture major, spent part of his spring 2020 semester working with graduate students to assemble new benches and trash cans for Minnetrista.
At the Oct. 21 Zoom meeting, Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) was presented with a budget request that would allow students on campus to give feedback on their respective colleges in exchange for stickers. The request, presented by Senators Chiara Biddle and Miryam Bevelle, is part of a college loyalty campaign that the two have been working on.