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Students work on a Lego prototype during a session at Innovation Day Nov. 10 at the Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute in Muncie. This was one of three innovative sessions that students engaged in for Global Entrepreneurship Week. Lila Fierek, DN
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Inaugural Innovation Day commences for Global Entrepreneurship Week

The Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute hosted the first annual Innovation Day, also known as  I-Day, in honor of Global Entrepreneurship Week. I-Day took place at Ball State’s Oakwood Building and included a series of events for high school students from the Muncie area. Students from Burris Laboratory School, Daleville Junior/Senior High School and Muncie Central High School took part in the event Nov. 10. 


The Counseling Center Self-Care Challenge includes weekly emails for a month with short activities suggested to help decrease stress among participants. At the end of each week, an email survey asks for feedback so Aubrey Driscoll, staff therapist and co-coordinator of group programming at the Ball State Counseling Center, can improve the program. Unsplash, Photo Courtesy
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Ball State Counseling Center staff therapist discusses the Self-Care Challenge and stress coping mechanisms

Tests, essays, projects, work and social activities — the list goes on. College students deal with a number of things that can cause stress every day, and pressures from school are among the top reasons for stress, according to the Jed Foundation. As these responsibilities begin to build up, it can be hard for students to find ways to care for themselves. 


The new Cardinal Fanstore features merchandise in the old T.I.S. College Bookstore building Sept. 14. The Cardinal Fanstore specializes in selling Ball State-themed merchandise, making the Ball State Bookstore the only option for students to purchase books close to campus. Rylan Capper, DN
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Muncie bookstore T.I.S. bought out by Gameday Spirit, now named The Cardinal Fanstore

As most students do at the beginning of the school year, sophomore architecture major Allysa Britting set out to purchase textbooks before courses started. She went to the Ball State Bookstore first but said the lines were long, and she didn’t see too many books on the shelves, so she decided to go to the T.I.S. College Bookstore in the Village, only to discover it was no longer a bookstore. 

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