The Ball State University Student Government Association (SGA) began their meeting with a special order of business, asking senators if they would be open to participating in the homecoming parade.
A change to a fixture could ruffle a few feathers. Thankfully, Mitchell and Mullaney feel reactions from the in and around the nest have been positive.
Community members were invited to take part in food trucks, back stage tours, and watch a free jazz concert during the event
The Cardinals place first out of 13 teams, and they have two players in the top 10.
The Ball State hosted event gets its name from the former Ball State alum Brittany Kelly who was a standout golfer for the Cardinals, a PGA professional, and a member of the U.S. Women’s PGA Cup Team in 2019. Brittany passed away in 2021 from ovarian cancer, but her memory still lives on in the hearts of the competitors who won the competition in her honor two years later.
“We played together, we trusted each other and we got the job done” Clark said after the 2-1 win over the Billikens.
In front of a crowd of over 15,000 people, the Cardinals hit the field for the ‘Battle of the Blue Key Victory Bell’, a rivalry that dates back to 1924.
The junior transfer from Huntington University placed first individually in the 'Ball State We Fly' challenge with a 5k time of 18:21.
This 20-30 minute class of mindful meditation is meant for people to realign their priorities in life, decompress, and overall reset.
After over two years of preparation, Ball State University’s College of Science and Humanities celebrated their plan to streamline academic achievement with their grand opening of the CSH Success Hub.
Once the installment hit Muncie, they collaborated with Girl Scouts of Indiana and G.R.O.W. (Growing Remarkable Opportunities with Women) to host a community workshop.
Two years ago, Ball State administration created a task force to address student retention and overall success, finding ways to support beyond just their academics. One of the results is the implementation of Student Success Centers within the university’s colleges.
Tonight it happened once more as she left the court to her screaming players in the locker room. There was one key difference. Wells traded in the black and gold for a black and red when she became Wapahani’s head coach during the offseason. Tonight's 3-2 Middle-eastern Conference win over Daleville was her first time back in the familiar gym.