NEWS

The Haven

The Haven is a luxurious premier apartment community located near Ball State’s campus. We cater to the busy students’ lifestyle and were voted the "Best Apartment Complex" and "Best Landlord" for the Best of Ball State, 2018.


Senior journalism major Shiyi Sun smiles in front of Frog Baby March 2, 2021. Sun will graduate from Ball State in May and has already purchased her plane ticket back home to China. Jaden Whiteman, DN
NEWS

Ball State international students from China share their feelings about COVID-19

In March 2020, Ball State students had their classes moved online, and many had to decide whether to isolate in Muncie or move back home with their families. For international students, the process was complicated by travel bans and visa restrictions. Some Chinese students studying at Ball State have decided to return home after the spring 2021 semester ends, changing their original plans of applying to graduate school in the United States. 




SPORTS

Women’s Volleyball back in MAC-tion after two week hiatus

After two weeks off the court, Women's Volleyball was ready to hit the floor and set themselves up for a win Thursday against Ohio University. The MAC postponed the match against Western Michigan until March 7. However, the Cardinals didn't pass up this opportunity to put in some extra work. 



BYTE

Artist of the Month: Black Punk Bands

February is Black History Month and for a while now, I’ve wanted to write about Black punk bands. Black punk bands help spread not only a form of education as to what the Black community is going through, but also offer each other a sense of belonging in a largely white community. 


BYTE

Captain and Tennille: A marriage like no other

Husband and wife duo Captain and Tennille dominated much of the 70s with their keyboard and piano instrumentals. Unfortunately, the duo’s time in the spotlight didn’t last much longer than a decade, leaving the memories of the two that much more reminiscent.


BYTE

Is the Spider-Verse happening?

With the Infinity Saga wrapped up, it may feel like Marvel doesn’t have any more tricks up their sleeves. Phase Four recently began with the premiere of Wandavision, giving us a brief glimpse into what the next couple of years will look like for Marvel Studios. Wandavision marks the beginning of a story arc that will carry over into Spider-Man: No Way Home and concludes with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. With the introduction of both the multiverse and characters that have been revealed that will be in Spider-Man: No Way Home, it’s looking like we’ll finally be getting a live-action version of the Spider-Verse, with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield returning as their incarnations of the web-slinger.  However, recent comments from Tom Holland have said otherwise. So, is there any factual evidence for the Spider-Verse?








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