Ball State students faced off against each other with frosting in hand to create the most creative cake.
Reporter, anchor and author Deborah Roberts gave Ball State students a new perspective on women's progress and her own career Monday night at Emens Auditorium.
What was once an empty patch of land near Maring-Hunt Library in Muncie is now an award-winning community space because of the efforts of a Ball State professor and her team.
Second Harvest Food Bank introduced Ball State students to a new perspective on people in poverty by placing them in the shoes of impoverished Americans for two hours at the L.A. Pittenger Student Center, 6 p.m., Wednesday.
Ball State may be more than 540 miles away from Washington, D.C., but the effects of a partial government shutdown may still affect students and faculty alike.