Kaitlyn Arford



Introduction: Fall Print Issue

At a projected 75.3 million, Millennials have surpassed the Baby Boomer generation, now projected at 74.9 million people. For the first time in years, a new generation – the largest generation – is on the way to changing America

The Ball State Environmental Brigade poses for a photo while planting Cocobolo trees in Panama. PHOTO PROVIDED BY BRIANNA LISAK

Top 6 organizations to join this year

Joining a group of environmental and social activists on or off campus is one way to connect with the environment. If you want to get involved in work that impacts the Muncie community, and may even extend to national and international scales, start here.


Are You Still Watching?

We’ll spend a weekend with roommates watching “Scandal”, a few hours in between classes catching up on “Orange Is the New Black” or end a night full of homework with some “House of Cards”. We all have a general idea of what the term “binge watching” means, but what is it really?

Junior nursing major Samantha Schwartz is motivated by her 4-year-old son, Carson, and her success in school.

Student parents struggle to find balance

As soon as the pregnancy test turned positive, Alexis Major started crying and panicking. “The first person I wanted to call was my mom. I was crying hysterically and I thought my life was over,” she said. “I was like, I want to finish school.”

Dils flame polishes his glass piece. Dils said he works in the studio for approximately 15 to 20 hours a week.

Melting the Mold

Just as the glass appeared to harden, Alex Dils dipped it into a nearby oven before returning to his workbench.


Walking Disaster

A recent study by Ohio State University shows injuries involving cellphone use while walking more than doubled between 2005 and 2010. People ages 16 to 25 are most at risk for cellphone related injuries while walking.

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