Rebecca Rosado



Architecture program supports local communities

“I wanted to be able to walk into a room of men and say with confidence that I knew what went into those beams and the rafters and the electrical,” Suding said. “It was really important for me to take advantage of everything Ball State has to offer in their architecture program.”


The road to Fort Wayne

In recent years the college has partnered with companies and organizations in over 80 communities Indianapolis, Selma, Muncie and now into a new city up north east. 


Conservation education is key

“We’ve seen record numbers of volunteers,” Phillips said. “People that really didn’t know too much about nature, coming to help and the thousands of hours that they give every single year donating their time to us.”


Work Continues for MARRC

Six months ago, in the Islamic Center of Muncie, AWAKEN founder Bibi Bahrami decided it was time to help Afghan refugees here in Indiana. She formed an organization, along with the support of local Muncie churches, called the Muncie Afghan Refugee Resettlement Committee, also more widely known as MARRC. 


A new plan for an inclusive campus

On Feb. 7, the Campus Climate and Culture Survey launched and is available to all affiliated with Ball State.  This survey, the first in many, is aimed to understand the diversity of campus and how, based on a students perspective, can the university make changes towards inclusivity.


Welcome Back Jack's

Ice cream, donuts, boba oh my! Jack’s Donuts is back in Muncie after a while. The donut shop from New Castle, Ind made its way to Muncie years ago. However, the shop closed around three years ago. Now, the franchise has a new owner in Muncie and opened its doors to the Ball State University community on Oct. 5. 


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