When Amber Corduan’s 7-year-old whippet, Mischa the Roo, was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, Corduan went to her vet to talk about taking a different treatment approach than chemotherapy.
When El-Amin heard that somebody was killed in his neighborhood, he knew he had to speak out.
While protecting yourselves and others by quarantining during the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be easy to start a routine of switching between social media apps and games to keep yourself entertained and busy.
From family reunions to casual games with her friends at Ball State, sophomore marketing major Courtney Berger said she has been playing ping pong all her life.
Think about those nights, sitting on the couch with someone, when picking a movie or show seems absolutely impossible. Clicking through Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime for the third time, nothing stands out, so the fifth season of “The Office” it is … again.
Ball State and Muncie Community Schools (MCS) have been working together to provide the students of Ball State and MCS with educational experiences through a partnership.
Cindy Smock, or “Sister Cindy” speaks to a crowd of students at her “Ho no mo” rally Sept. 17, 2021, at North Quad. Smock and her husband, “Brother Jed,” travel the country going to different colleges and preaching their beliefs. Jacob Musselman, DN
Two family members of one of the victims console one another April 18, 2021, at Monument Circle in Indianapolis. The vigil was held for the eight victims killed in the mass shooting at the FedEx hub in Indianapolis on April 15. Jacob Musselman, DN
The Mid American Conference yard marker stands on the sideline Sept. 14, 2019, at Scheumann Stadium. The MAC met on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020, to discuss the possible return of the college football season after other conferences planned to restart their season after canceling. Jacob Musselman, DN
Brielle Tilson, graduate assistant in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Kyle Koeller, junior astronomy major, and Daniel Brosser, second year master's student, sit in the Charles W. Brown Planetarium Nov. 19, 2019. Tilson, Koeller and Brossard are part of the planetarium's student staff. Jacob Musselman, DN Illustration; Freepik, graphic courtesy; Emily Wright, DN Illustration