Newly named Ball State University Associate Vice President of Inclusive Excellence Rashida Willard. Willard holds an associate's in Organizational Dynamics and a bachelor's in Business Administration from Warner Pacific University and a master's in Business Administration from Concordia University. Ball State University, photo provided

Clocking In

Effective Sept. 19, Rashida Willard advances as the Associate Vice President for Inclusive Excellence on Ball State University’s campus. As well as the staff members of the Inclusive Excellence Office, Willard said she is over the moon to be joining the small but sturdy team.

“Sister Cindy” Smock speaks to a crowd of students at her “Ho no mo” rally Sept. 17, 2021, at the Quad. Smock and her husband, “Brother Jed,” travel the country going to different colleges and preaching their beliefs. Jacob Musselman, DN

Another Chance For Damage

The message of this tale is simple: people should not go to events that they do not agree with. And the fact of the matter is that people have been attending Sister Cindy’s sermons to protest her contested views; however, these protests may be the fuel that allows Sister Cindy to become more popular with each passing day.

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