Sophomore journalism and telecommunications major Maya Wilkins gets the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine April 7, 2021, at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital. An Indiana state press release said more than 5.4 million Hoosiers are eligible to be vaccinated for COVID-19 after the state opened eligibility to people ages 16 and older. Jaden Whiteman, DN Illustration
NEWS

Ball State students discuss receiving COVID-19 vaccines

Only five hospitals and clinics in Indiana had received doses of COVID-19 vaccines the week the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for emergency use in December 2020. Nearly four months later, more than 400 vaccine clinics have opened in the state.




OPINION

Bold Type: Not just a fairytale

 Never in my life have I doubted the existence of true love or soul mates — people who were put on this earth to be our perfect match — because I have grown up with two parents whose hearts beat perfectly in sync, and, for me, witnessing 21 years of the love they share is enough proof that true love does exist. 



BYTE

‘My Hero Academia’ Season 5, Episode 2: “Vestiges”

Looking back, the previous episode’s slow start was exactly what viewers needed to prepare for the Pandora’s box this episode opened. “Vestiges” finally dug into plot points from season one, answered burning questions, and left more questions in its wake. Despite the huge plot developments viewers were treated with, the show didn’t let up on its amazing character development and visuals, per usual. The episode was so well made that it prompts an even more satisfying second watch to make sure a single detail wasn’t missed. 







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