For the past week, Ball State and the Muncie community have welcomed open conversations about biases, stereotypes and oppression with the 39th annual Unity Week.
Throughout its history, BSU Tonight has had few women within its organization. But this year, Ball State’s late night comedy talk show will make history with junior Megan Barry as their first female host.
To celebrate Ball State’s centennial milestone, co-authors Bruce Geelhoed, Michael Szajewski and Brandon Pieczko collaborated on creating “Ball State University,” a photo book emphasizing the significance of students, faculty and Muncie community members with Ball State’s growth throughout its 100-year history.
Two Ball State alumni and five other actors will present a night of “laugh[s] for an hour and a half straight” with the Actors Theatre of Indiana’s (ATI) play, “A Comedy of Tenors.”
A senior art history major spent the summer driving hour-long commutes from Muncie to Noblesville, from one internship to the other, researching art and sharing their knowledge with the surrounding communities.