Ball State College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) students are working with the City of Knox on a plan to revitalize the city’s downtown area.
Pale Moonlight Cinema’s (PMC) crew of about 50 Ball State students and alumni gathered at the Horrorhound Weekend Film Festival September 2019 in Indianapolis to view the debut of their fifth short film, “Popsy.”
Seven students sailed the waves of Ball Pool Wednesday evening, dumping and squirting water into their opposing teams’ canoes to sink them and win the real-life Battleship game hosted by Ball State’s Recreation Services.
Members of the community had the opportunity to ask Mayor Dan Ridenour and the department heads of the City of Muncie questions about how the city will work under his leadership.
A Ball State professor issued an apology to his students after having police called on one of them during his class. The incident was not how that student said he wanted to start his final semester.