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Lourenzo Giple, Indianapolis deputy director of planning, preservation and design walks around a sculpture in Lugar Plaza Sept. 21, in Indianapolis. Giple is also an adjunct professor of urban design at Ball State. Jacob Musselman, DN
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Ball State alumnus Lourenzo Giple shares his goals as Indianapolis’ first Black deputy director in Department of Metropolitan Development

As a child, Lourenzo Giple saw a civil war affect every aspect of his life and community. Giple spent the first nine years of his life in Liberia and fled the country at 11 years old with his younger siblings —  joining his father in Indianapolis while his mother stayed in Liberia for an additional seven years.


Maggie Getzin, DN Illustration
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Ball State provost, students react to increase in online learning

With classroom desks socially distanced and stickers signifying unavailable chairs, professors and students have made many changes to the ways they usually learn on campus. As the world still grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, Ball State’s course modalities show one clear way of how the pandemic has affected campus and academics.


Clouds reflect on the windows of the David Owsley Museum of Art Nov. 10, 2020, in The Quad. Recently, the museum updated its online database to showcase more of its collection. Jacob Musselman, DN
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David Owsley Museum of Art updates its collection website

With the coronavirus pandemic, many organizations around campus had to make some operational changes, including the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA), which updated its website — making it more user-friendly by sharing its collection online with students, researchers and others interested in the artwork.


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