Ralph Whysong said he has been a truck driver for Second Harvest Food Bank for nearly 10 years, and he’s never seen a turnout for free food distribution like he did March 21 at Delta High School.
The annual philanthropic event benefiting the hospital raised $566,207.20 by the end of the event. It featured roughly 32 families and 40 Riley kids joining Ball State students to dance, play games, make crafts and other activities.
Ball State Dance Marathon (BSUDM), an annual philanthropic event benefitting Riley Children’s Hospital, will return this Saturday with more than 12 hours of dancing, games, crafts, food and students on their feet for the entire duration.
Ever since the rankings started eight years ago, the U.S. News & World Report has shown the differences in college online programs, which “helps prospective students who are trying to find a quality and meaningful online program,” Nancy Prater said.
Exploring the life and times of Victoria Woodhull — the first woman to become a Wall Street stockbroker, a newspaper editor in New York City and run for the U.S. presidency in 1872 — was just one of many exhibits at Thursday’s Tunnel of Oppression event.