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Alpha Tau Omega's house is seen on Riverside Avenue Jan. 8, 2018 before their letters are attached. After having to quarantine in the fall 2020 semester, Alpha Tau Omega members have implemented bi-weekly cleaning procedures for the house and have shifted more meetings online during the coronavirus pandemic. Madeline Grosh, DN File
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Ball State fraternities and sororities cope with COVID-19 challenges

As spring rush week began for the Greek Life community, fraternity and sorority members were having a different experience compared to last year. Ball State’s Greek Life is in the process of rebranding as Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) to alleviate confusion for international students, “especially [those] who come from a Greek background,” said J. Chris Hager, associate director of student life.



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Retired State Sen. Luke Kenley and Board of Trustees Chair Rick Hall along with other Ball State Board and administration members pose for a photo as they cut the ribbon Oct. 18, 2019, to inaugurate the Health Professions Building. The five-story, 165,000-square-foot building is part of a $210 million investment into a three-phase project at Ball State. Jaden Hasse, DN
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Retired State Sen. Luke Kenley and Board of Trustees Chair Rick Hall along with other Ball State Board and administration members pose for a photo as they cut the ribbon Oct. 18, 2019, to inaugurate the Health Professions Building. The five-story, 165,000-square-foot building is part of a $210 million investment into a three-phase project at Ball State. Jaden Hasse, DN

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