Planning for Valentine’s Day is not always the easiest job, especially if you live on campus and you don’t know Muncie very well.
Since she was young, Penny Fisher has known breast cancer — a disease her mother and grandmother had — could run in her genes.
For the second year in a row, every child on Ball State’s Angel Tree was ”adopted” in only six days, with a waiting list of people who wanted to participate.
During the holidays, people tend to rediscover their kitchen tables by clearing off everything accumulated from the rest of the year in preparation to host family.
Students have many options on campus to get involved and learn more about political parties and their candidates.