Lindsey Riley



Bring it on

The chants, rivalries and stunts of cheer drama will come to campus for a one-night performance of “Bring It On: The Musical.”

REO Speedwagon will perform Feb. 7 at John R. Emens Auditorium. The concert will be for victims of tornadoes that hit in November 2013. PHOTO PROVIDED BY JORDAN BISHOP OF BOHLSEN EVENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES

REO comes to the rescue

Three months after tornadoes ripped through the Midwest, bringing extensive damage to communities in Illinois and Indiana, rock bands are continuing to come to the rescue.

Brad Paisley will perform Feb. 27 at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Ind. MCT PHOTO

Tunes Tuesday: Concert round-up

Whether fans of Cher to contemporary country stars, students can get their concert fix with the diverse amount of acts that are coming into Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Ind., in the next few months.

	Carter to speak in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Ken 'Coach' Carter to share story as part of Unity Week

In 1999, Ken “Coach” Carter, head coach at a high school in California, locked out his undefeated basketball team from the gym to enforce his policy: if they didn’t make the grades, they couldn’t play the game. Since then Carter has caught national attention and has been portrayed in film. At 7:30 tonight in Pruis Hall, Carter will talk as part of Unity Week, which is in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.


Destinations less than 90 minutes from Muncie

During the semester, some Ball State students feel trapped by their studies and campus commitments. They don’t venture away from Muncie unless it’s a campus-closing break. Entertainment of all types is scattered throughout Indiana, and some of the best places are within a 90-minute drive from campus.