'Scream' is a too self-aware wannabe of the original

The phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” has never rung truer than it does now. In the day and age where every good classic film has to be revived with multitudes of sequels and prequels, and no one can just let a franchise die, I find myself pleading — why Scream? 

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Grieving without guilt

My relationship with my grandmother had always been strained. You would think it would make losing her easier, but it actually made it a lot harder. 

Senator Casey Rockel requested funding for “Love Safety”, an on-campus Valentine’s Day event, from the Student Government Association (SGA). Feb. 2. His request to receive funding was granted with an unanimous majority. Richard Kann, DN

Ball State SGA introduces an amendment to increase On-Campus representation

Ball State’s Student Government Association voted on two amendments and introduced four new bills in its hybrid meeting Feb. 2. The meeting opened with the Assistant Director of Student Life Bridget Webster, a special guest who talked about the Cardinal Leadership and Service Seminar (CLASS) program. CLASS is a program that allows freshmen to move into residence halls earlier than scheduled before the fall semester begins. Webster was recruiting SGA members to work the program for this upcoming summer before semester begins.


Ball State to close campus Feb. 3 due to winter storm

Ro-Anne Royer Engle, Ball State vice president for student affairs, and Alan Finn, vice president for business affairs and treasurer, sent a campus-wide email Feb. 2 informing students that Ball State’s physical campus will be closed from 7 a.m. Feb. 3 to 7 a.m. Feb. 4 due to the winter storm set to hit central Indiana.

Erica Robinson Moody laughs while doing her son Brooklyn's hair Jan. 27. Erica's mission statement for her classes is "bridging the cultural gaps in the beauty community," and she is very focused on cultural hair education. Maya Wilkins, DN

Muncie Education in Biracial Hair class aims to change the beauty industry

In a room attached to the kitchen of Erica Robinson Moody’s home sits two salon chairs. A cabinet is filled with different colored hair dyes, an apron hangs on a hook near a large mirror and products stand in single-file lines on the counters.  Her son, Brooklyn Moody, sits in a salon chair where his mom said he often falls asleep, while she takes a comb, twirls it tightly on a small section of his hair and creates a tight, springy curl an inch or two in length. Dozens of these curls lie across his head. Brooklyn’s hairstyle takes 45 minutes to style this way, and the style only stays for about a week —  a reality for biracial hair.

Before becoming a Ball State trustee in January 2021, Julie Griffith worked for a variety of companies and institutions. She knew current Board of Trustees chair, Renae Conley, and secretary, Mike McDaniel, through other professional work. Ball State Marketing and Communications, Photo Provided

Julie Griffith shares her Indiana roots and goals as a Ball State trustee

Julie Griffith, the most recent member to join Ball State’s Board of Trustees after her appointment by Gov. Eric Holcomb, likes to tell people she “was raised on the sunny side of the Ohio River in Indiana.” Griffith currently serves as the executive vice president for strategy, partnerships and outreach for the Indiana Innovation Institute. A1979 Ball State political science alumna, she is a member of the Ball State Foundation board and the Dean’s Advisory Council for the College of Sciences and Humanities.


Artist of the Month: MIYAVI

Pop is one of the most recognizable music genres of this millennia. Everyone knows the classic beats, instrumentation, and tone stylization that define pop. While many people prefer the musicality of drums or piano, guitar is my favorite. I find myself constantly searching for new artists who incorporate guitar into their music.

Get a Better Understanding Business Hacks in 2022 With These Tips

The last couple of years have been very hard on businesses worldwide. For some things are great, many have moved exclusively online, and sadly some have closed their doors forever. If your company has been impacted over the last couple of years, or perhaps you are starting a new business venture and looking for a few tips on having a thriving business, these may be for you.

What To Know About The International Driving Permit Online In The United Kingdom?

When you compare it to the other countries, the UK is slightly different because it doesn't allow online applications for its residents. The way you do it is to contact your local Post Office and apply for an IDP, which will cost you £5.5. You will also need to provide your license and a copy of your passport.

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