Second Harvest Food Bank introduced Ball State students to a new perspective on people in poverty by placing them in the shoes of impoverished Americans for two hours at the L.A. Pittenger Student Center, 6 p.m., Wednesday.
Ball State volunteers and students jumping into a pool of cold water have helped hit a new milestone for Special Olympics Indiana (SOI).
Talks of soldiers getting frostbite were quickly spreading across the different companies that day. It was 3-5 degrees outside in South Korea, at best.
Binge drinking is down and the use of designated drivers is up according to Ball State’s biennial review of the Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Program.
Consecutive cold weekends in January may have been keeping many in Muncie craving the warmth of their homes, but when the local police department threw the community a challenge on a short notice, enticing them with hot chocolate, people showed up.