Opinion 4/9/2021, 6:00pm

Senior creative writing major Ian Roesler poses for a photo April 7, 2021, in the photojournalism studio. According to data from a 2019 YouGov poll, 12 percent of Americans like pineapple as a pizza topping. Jaden Whiteman, DN Illustration

The Gaggle: Pineapple-beration

If you don’t like pineapples, you’re wrong, but you’re even more wrong if you put them on pizza.

 Pineapples are good. Pizza is good. Combined, however, they are not. It’s a culinary aberration, the likes of which has been normalized in Western society and ingrained itself into the hearts and young minds of impressionable individuals.  


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news 4/9/2021, 3:00pm

Ball State hosts fourth peace conference

Ball State is hosting its fourth Benjamin V. Cohen Peace Conference April 9-10. The theme this year is "Building a Beloved Community," and will feature presentations, dance performances and opportunities for networking. 


news 4/8/2021, 3:00pm

Ball State plans for new residence hall to be hub for education, humanities majors

LaFollette Residence Hall was a key structure in Ball State’s campus skyline just two years ago, casting a large shadow over the two-story Carmichael Hall close by. Now, the majority of LaFollette and all of Carmichael Hall is gone, and in their place stands the North residential neighborhood, which includes North Residence Hall and North Dining. The new residence hall will open in fall 2021.


Football 4/8/2021, 12:19pm

Collective hope: Former Ball State Football player Harold Hogue created his own business inspired by his experience as a Cardinal

 He graduated college in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science and is currently using his life skills he learned from his football career to run his own Dallas-based business, CoSpero Consulting. According to its website, CoSpero Consulting works with clients ranging from local food pantries to multimillion-dollar entities to help those organizations find ways to help people in need. 


news 4/7/2021, 5:00pm

Ball State students discuss receiving COVID-19 vaccines

Only five hospitals and clinics in Indiana had received doses of COVID-19 vaccines the week the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for emergency use in December 2020. Nearly four months later, more than 400 vaccine clinics have opened in the state.


video 4/7/2021, 12:00pm

Latinxpalooza

Lsu hosts Latinxpalooza, a talent show for Ball State students on April 2nd.





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Bold Type: Not just a fairytale

Opinion 4/6/2021, 5:00pm

The relationships in my family have shown me true love does exist.

 Never in my life have I doubted the existence of true love or soul mates — people who were put on this earth to be our perfect match — because I have grown up with two parents whose hearts beat perfectly in sync, and, for me, witnessing 21 years of the love they share is enough proof that true love does exist. 


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