After working late-night shifts as an emergency medical technician in Henry County, Katelin Holaday said she doesn’t always have the energy to finish the homework piling on her desk.
One Ball State student used her love for the environment to organize a climate protest on the day of Climate Action Day.
On any ordinary day, Muncie’s Washington Street bridge is filled with passing cars. his changed as the bridge filled with street-served food, live music and the Muncie community.
David LeBlanc, professor of biology, and Michael Planton, associate director for landscape and environmental management, both believe the issue of deforestation is one overlooked not only by political leaders, but by general society as well.
Every morning, she wakes up at around 5:30 a.m. to go outside. “It’s before you can see anything because that's when the birds are starting to sing,” the associate professor of educational studies said.