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Junior outside linebacker Christian Albright (9) and redshirt junior inside linebacker Jay Thomas (6) line up against Toledo Oct. 19, 2019, at Scheumann Stadium. Ball State beat Toledo, 52-14. Jacob Musselman, DN

Ball State Football ready for 3-game stretch, bowl game

With Ball State just two wins away from bowl eligibility and temperatures in Muncie nearing single digits this week at practice, redshirt junior quarterback Drew Plitt has the Bahamas on his mind. As good as it feels to have the team’s first bowl birth since 2013 in sight, Plitt said, players’ eyes can’t get too wide. 


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Basketball 11/13/2019, 11:52pm

Wes Del's comeback stifled by stingy Madison-Grant defense

While the scoreboard at the end of the game showed 31-16 in favor of Madison-Grant, the stats told the story. Wes-Del had 10 fouls and 10 turnovers before it managed a 3-pointer at the three-minute mark of the second quarter — the team’s first points of the game.





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IN-DEPTH

The balancing act

Campus 5/3/2019, 10:00am

Every day, senior English education major Kileah Adkins juggles college, work and being a single parent to provide more for her son

At nearly 5 a.m. every morning, Kileah Adkins’ alarm — a small voice full of more energy than she’ll have all day — sounds from beside her bouncing in bed waiting for mommy. 


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OPINION

Bold Type: There’s nothing wrong with supporting your favorite musician

Opinion Last Updated 17 hours ago

Why traveling to see your favorite artist multiple times is OK

People watch their favorite movie more than once, attend more than one sporting event to support their favorite team and visit the same city multiple times because it makes them happy. So, why is it wrong for me to want to see my favorite musician more than once for the same reasons?


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Painting on the grim and gore

Communities 10/31/2019, 4:05pm

Ball State students work as makeup artists at Indy Scream Park

In under two hours, four Ball State students take part in a team of makeup artists who see more than 200 zombies, clowns and other actors at Indy Scream Park.