Dominique Stewart



Winning rhetoric

It was the rain that brought Mrs. Brown’s kindergarten class outside. She was covering science and the forming rainbow was the perfect excuse to go out.The students pointed out the different colors they saw: green, orange, purple.Andrew Neylon said he saw the blue and the green, the red, the orange, the yellow and the purple.

David Carmichael, a Poor Jack Amusement employee, works on the 1,001 Nachts Ride that will be at the Late Nite Carnival. Late Nite will feature a balloon artist, caricature and cotton candy. DN PHOTO TAYLOR IRBY

11th annual Carnival to return Friday

Though the sweet aroma of carnival foods and strobing lights have yet to overtake the C1 commuter lot, the gears are in motion for this year’s Late Nite Carnival.This is the 11th year Late Nite has hosted a carnival, which is running a week earlier because of Easter. The Carnival is free to attend for Ball State students that bring a student ID, but guests, faculty and staff will be charged $5 for admission.

Carmen Diaz, a senior social work major, speaks during the Out of the Darkness Walk on April 6. The walk was a part of the Alive Campaign. DN PHOTO TAYLOR IRBY

Student turns suicide tragedy into passion

In late spring of 2002, Carmen Diaz and her three siblings sat in the car with their father. He turned back to them and said, “Hey, I just want to let you guys know that I love you so much and that everything is going to be OK.”


Re-Building Tommorrow

The goal was to build a school for the children in Uganda. But when Building Tomorrow, a Ball State chapter, hosted their first Bike to Uganda event in October 2012, they only raised $300.


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