'Sonic the Hedgehog,' for what it’s worth, is a somewhat amusing throwback to the kitsch-y world of 90s family fare, with all that would imply.
You did it. You voted you bugged your friends to vote, you posted on your social media accounts, you supported your favorite candidates, you got loud, you cared, and you showed up. There are more of us who believe in inclusivity and opportunity, who reject hate and fear, and who stand together with love for our community and hope for our campus. There are more of us. So let’s keep showing up.
Host Zahria Hart talks about the importance of teaching Black history in schools
‘Color Out Of Space’ is a movie that does H.P. Lovecraft’s work justice and opens the door for future adaptations of his work.
'Queen and Slim' transcends and captures realities of black life in America, zeroing in on minor issues like sexism, abuse, and relationships among black folks along the way.
My mom had a typewriter in her old office. I would sit at the desk in the back corner and type my name over and over again until I reached the end of the line, and then, I would push the lever on the left-hand side until I was back to the beginning — just one line lower — and type, “mommy” below my name.
We at Ball State are aware of the unfortunate incident that occurred on our campus. One of the participants was Dr. Shaheen Borna.
‘Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore’ is an enjoyable game with a lot of flavor and style.
But what happens when that classroom is no longer a safe zone? What happens when black men are met with the same scenarios as being on the streets? Sultan “Mufasa” Benson, a Ball State senior and business administration major was faced with that exact situation.