As Empower, Elevate and United look to the future of the Student Government Association, past and current presidents are reflecting on their time at the helm of the student body.
We’ve all been lied to — dogs’ mouths are not, in fact, cleaner than human mouths, according to an award-winning third-grade science experiment.
Ball State issued an emergency alert early Tuesday closing campus from Wednesday at 7 a.m. until Thursday at 11 a.m.
A robotics competition in Muncie? It might not be as futuristic as it seems, according to a Purdue employee.
After almost a full year in the works, Ball State’s blueprint for future development has been approved by the Board of Trustees.
When senior Ren Walstrom was entering their sophomore year, they had just begun to identify as non-binary. Signing up for housing, which only let students say they were men or women, became a little complicated.
When Mathias Miles was growing up, his family sometimes used food pantries. Now, as a volunteer in Cardinal Kitchen, the sophomore telecommunications major is paying back the favor.