This begs the question — what should the league do heading into its 2020-21 regular season?
On Aug. 17, the Ball State University Alumni Association officially postponed Homecoming and the week of celebrations that come with it. This year would have been Ball State’s 94th annual Homecoming celebration.
As you continue with your online classes this semester, you may feel an increase in your stress levels and caffeine intake.
Exercising and getting outdoors are just a couple things you can do during the pandemic, and one place in Muncie where you can go outside is at the Prairie Creek Reservoir where the bike trail construction is officially complete.
With COVID-19 cases still high across the nation with nearly 50,000 new cases in the last 7 days, individuals from all walks of life are having to alter their schedules and plans. Coming back to Ball State University this fall has demonstrated that there will have to be a new normal for everyone. It is currently unacceptable to embrace a friend, walk around without a mask, or congregate in large groups. Even though the average person may miss these small gestures, some Ball State students do not have time to dwell on them as their entire academic lives have been turned upside down. One major that has had to do a lot of adapting for the recent semester is the acting major.
The 2020 presidential election is a little over a month away, and student organizations on campus, such as the Ball State College Democrats and the Ball State College Republicans, are ready to meet it head-on.
It wasn’t an easy decision for Magwood on choosing where to compete. He said it came down to “the last second” before accepting the Cardinals’ offer this past February.
Amanda Reninger, president of Sea Salt and Cinnamon, said the best and easiest way to invite people into the vegan community is to hand them a cupcake.
Chad Kinsella, an assistant professor of political science, shared his thoughts on the presidential debate that took place on Sept. 29.
The Yorktown Boys Soccer Team is having a stellar year both on and off the field.
The intersection at McGalliard Rd. and Franklin St. is a busy one, but it's also where the 'Muncie Smiles Man' marks his spot to wave at everyone who drives by.
On Aug. 8, Redshirt Senior Offensive Lineman Anthony Todd found out that his football season was cancelled the same way that many of us did: through social media.