A rescue effort begins after an Indian glacier flood, Moscow's jails are overcrowded with opposition protestors, a water cannon is fired at protestors in Myanmar, South Africa suspends its AstraZeneca vaccine effort and top diplomats in the United States and China discuss issues that have strained their relationship make up this week's five international stories.
Tom Brady made his seventh Super Bowl title look familiar - despite moving south to a new team and conference during a pandemic.
For Coleman, anchoring the Cardinals’ comeback Saturday all began with improved communication with his teammates. He said it was the No. 1 factor that led to the Zips coming out of the gate early, which changed after his coach called a couple first-half timeouts.
Friday and Saturday marked the 110th and 111th all-time meetings between the two schools dating back to 1980. For the first time since 2018, the No. 15 Cardinals got back into the winning column against Purdue Fort Wayne.
As the old saying goes, “All good things must come to an end.” That quote resonated with Ball State (9-6, 7-4 MAC) Saturday night, as the team ended its five-game win streak and fell 89-84 in overtime to Akron (5-10, 2-10 MAC).
Thursday night’s match found Toledo winning in five sets while Friday night’s match ended the same way with Ball State Women’s Volleyball coming out on top.
Five matches into 2021, Ball State is 4-0 in matches with a 4-3 margin — thanks in part to Friday’s victory over Xavier.
Welcome back to another episode of Input 2! Join us as we talk about Pixar's new movie Soul and whether or not the movie brings more representation to the table, and the controversy surrounding the film. Tune in as we talk about representation and more on this week's episode of Input 2! Hosts: Dylan Walter & Mason Kupiainen Edited by: Dylan Walter Graphic by: Kellyn Harrison
Ball State’s Board of Trustees met virtually Feb. 5, 2021 and discussed the state of the university’s budget. Vice President for Business Affairs Alan Finn said Ball State will receive $22.5 million from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), which former President Donald Trump signed Dec. 27, 2020.
As spring rush week began for the Greek Life community, fraternity and sorority members were having a different experience compared to last year. Ball State’s Greek Life is in the process of rebranding as Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) to alleviate confusion for international students, “especially [those] who come from a Greek background,” said J. Chris Hager, associate director of student life.
In a campus-wide email sent around 1 p.m. Thursday, Vice President of Student Affairs Ro-Anne Royer Engle announced expanded coronavirus testing for students. Beginning Feb. 9, students and staff can get rapid-result antigen tests at Worthen Arena three days a week, the email said. Students and employees must be asymptomatic to get antigen tests and will receive results within 30 minutes.
Ball State has its fair share of campus icons, from Beneficence to Frog Baby to Shafer Tower. One icon is a lot smaller than the rest. It’s considered more of a secret but just as important to the campus community. Lloyd the cat, 14, was diagnosed Jan. 14 with nonmetastatic skin cancer, meaning it will not spread to the rest of his body and will stay on his nose and top part of his lip.
When I shared I’d be spending my summer on an island with a grizzly bear every square mile, I told everyone, “I hope this doesn’t turn into one of those stories of ‘Whatever happened to …’ and I get eaten by a bear.”
This is against a program they had lost five of their last six against and after that timeout, a flip switched for Ball State Women's Basketball. From that moment to the final buzzer, they outscored Central Michigan by a 28-13 margin, which was good enough for the Cardinals' fifth straight victory.
On Feb. 3, the Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) held its first optional in-person meeting for the spring 2021 semester and voted on updating the elections code for the 2021 election.
At the beginning of the fall 2020 semester, Ball State students saw many changes across campus. Face masks and social distancing were implemented in each building, a new residence hall was built and North Dining Hall opened to the public.
Welcome back to another episode of Remixed! In this episode, join us as our host goes solo to give a rundown of the music that came out in 2020 as well as to dive back into previous Remixed episodes! Hosts: Sam Shipe Edited by: Sam Shipe Graphic by: Emily Hanes
Head coach James Whitford knows Ball State remains a long way from reaching its absolute potential. But their absences didn't stop him from reflecting on the positives that came out of the loss.