The Health Promotion and Advocacy Office’s new menstruation stations aim to provide free aid to students who have forgotten their menstrual hygiene products and provide informational resources to students with periods.
This might be the time to really understand the whole purpose behind those dental visits where you're asked to bite onto a piece of plastic while a peculiar machine whirs around your head. Did you know that those all-too-familiar images are quintessential cornerstones of your oral care?
From 5 to 7 p.m., North West Hall hosted Star Party: a Weeks of Welcome event sponsored by the College of Sciences and Humanities. Student and faculty-led organizations alike set up tables outside, sharing information about their clubs with prospective recruits.
Jeff Robinson, city council president and Democratic candidate for Muncie mayor, announced his plans for the city’s infrastructure, an issue he claimed is “one of the biggest issues on the minds of our citizens.”
The Cardinals have been very successful at home, with a 23-2-4 record over the past 3 years, and held true with a 3-0 win over Austin Peay as Senior Night festivities took place before the match.
I have apologized for many things. Things I had absolutely nothing to do with. And if I had a nickel for every time? I’d absolutely be rich. There is a tendency to apologize for things that we have no control over. And I want it to end, or at least for the narrative to change. Not just for my sake, but for the sake of others.
The Minnetrista Museum and Gardens Center is dressed to the nines yet again with nearly one thousand American flags. This annual ceremony is in partnership with the Exchange Club of Muncie, an organization dedicated to the Muncie community.
The Women, Gender, and African American Studies programs have joined together to create a new department, welcoming a host of fresh and familiar faces to the program. Yet as the year begins in earnest, there is already reflection on the nature of the merge.
The Ball State Daily News Sports crew of sophomore associate sports editor and football secondary reporter Elijah Poe, opinion editor and photographer Kate Farr, associate photo editor Mya Cataline and reporter Zach Carter share their experience following their trip to Athens, Georgia, to cover Ball State V. No. 1 Georgia.
Sophomore Carter Smith and junior Kash Bellar finished the 2023 Earl Yestingsmeier Invitational individually in first and second place to push the Cardinals to a first place finish out of 10. The Cardinals look to continue their strong start to the 2023-24 season when they head to the Badger Invitational in Madison, Wisconsin, Oct. 1.
Ball State snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-0 win over Austin Peay (2-5-1) on Senior Day. Ball State (2-4) looks to capitalize on its momentum in its upcoming road matchup with Butler (2-4-1) Thursday, Sept. 14.
After losing the first four games of the 2023 campaign, the Cardinals defeated Lock Haven (2-3) in an overtime shootout. Ball State (1-4) will travel to Athens, Ohio, Sept. 15 to take on Ohio for the first game of Mid-American Conference play.
Sophomore Daily News reporter Zach Carter talks about his experience covering Ball State vs. No. 1 Georgia in Southeastern Conference (SEC) football country.