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Take Control of Your Education

Oftentimes, students are anxious to talk to their professors, but is it warranted?

We are a generation that questions everything put in front of us, yet we have failed to question our surroundings and just accept our fates. This is not to say students are lying about their experiences or blowing them out of proportion, but I’m simply trying to say that we as students must provide for ourselves — our education is in our hands. 


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Department of Biology 9/26/2022, 9:59am

Welcoming Back the Wetlands

Ball State is hosting a wetland workshop at Cooper Farm in Muncie Oct. 1-2. John Taylor, land manager and restoration ecologist at Ball State, among others, commented on the project and the importance of wetlands. 


Football 9/24/2022, 10:46pm

Cardinals fall to Georgia Southern on the road

In the fourth quarter between Ball State Football (1-3, 0-1 MAC) and Georgia Southern (3-1, 0-0 SBC) Sept. 24, the lead changed three times in the fourth quarter in what was mostly a one-score game. The Cardinals fell 34-23 to the Eagles. 


Community 9/23/2022, 12:59pm

Building the Bridge

After two years of cancellations, the Muncie Bridge Dinner returned Thursday. The event, held on the Washington Street bridge in Muncie, attracted members of the community, including Muncie locals and Ball State University students.


Hunger Awareness Month 9/23/2022, 9:59am

A Constant Need

The Soup Kitchen of Muncie, Panther Pantry and Cardinal Kitchen teamed up for their food drive Sept. 17, "Stuff-A-Bus". While the three organizations serve three different segments of the Muncie community, they all aim to address hunger and food security.


Soccer 9/22/2022, 8:32pm

Cardinals draw in MAC opener

Ball State (1-3-3, 0-0-1 MAC) headed East to their neighboring state, Ohio to battle it out on the field at Miami University (4-2-2, 0-0-2 MAC).  The Cardinals scored twice quickly to go up 2-0 before the Red-Hawks swooped in putting two on the board, resulting in a 2-2 draw.




enterprise 5/2/2022, 3:00pm

Muncie’s Maker Force

A former 80,000-square-foot laundry facility in Muncie holds limitless possibilities. 

Boombox music fills the second floor while artists move tables to set up for First Thursday, a monthly event to draw people to explore art and culture downtown. A woodworker helps children build birdhouses while Steven Knipp colors hair in his salon a few doors down. Adjacent businesses invite people in for gift shopping or ax throwing.



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Welcoming Back the Wetlands

Department of Biology 9/26/2022, 9:59am

The wetland workshop held by Ball State allows students to help build a wetland

Ball State is hosting a wetland workshop at Cooper Farm in Muncie Oct. 1-2. John Taylor, land manager and restoration ecologist at Ball State, among others, commented on the project and the importance of wetlands. 


IN-DEPTH

Habitat’s Heroine

Enterprise 3/28/2022, 7:20pm

Greater Muncie, Indiana Habitat for Humanity, Inc. wouldn’t be possible without the efforts of Sharon Brown.

With a bottle of water, reading materials and a phone charging on the table beside her, Sharon Kay Brown sits in her favorite rocking chair every Tuesday evening and tunes into NBC’s “Chicago Fire.”


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We Are All Part of Beneficence

9/22/2022, 10:00am

85 years after its dedication, campus leaders, alumni and students talk about the legacy of “Benny”.

Ball State faculty, students, alumni and president Geoffrey Mearns comment on the significance of Beneficence, the winged statue that has been here for 85 years on September 26.