The Ethnic Theatre Alliance brought attention to gender-based violence March 29 through six living exhibits. ETA hosted Hysteria I as part of Women’s Awareness Month, which is the month of March. The organization focused on both the invisible and visible instances of systematic violence.
The Arabic Club, Muslim Student Association and Saudi Club gave women an interactive way to learn about Islam March 23 as part of Islamic Awareness Week.
Three USA goalball players came to Ball State to demonstrate goalball, which is geared to visually impaired athletes, on March 22.
Architecture students have had a chance for their work to be brought to life on campus. The East Mall is a student-designed architecture project to improve the area from the Jo Ann Gora Student Recreation and Wellness Center to Ashland Avenue near the Village, in the area around Noyer and Woodworth Complex.
The Muncie Animal Shelter is advocating for the creation of a city ordinance which would fine dog owners who leave their pets outside in temperatures under 20 degrees.
College is a place for people to grow intellectually, so students should embrace deep ideas and civil dialogue, said a visiting professor from the University of Maryland.