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Ball State Assistant Professor of Psychological Science Andy Luttrell poses in his recording space for his podcast “Opinion Science.” The show features guests from across the nation and has experienced a recent growth in listeners. Andy Luttrell, Photo Provided

Assistant professor of psychology hosts ‘Opinion Science,’ a psychology-based podcast

When he isn’t busy teaching in the classroom or working on his own research, Andy Luttrell, social psychologist and Ball State assistant professor of psychology, produces, hosts and edits his own podcast, “Opinion Science.” 

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Student Government 1/26/2022, 10:00pm

SGA introduces two amendments in hybrid meeting

Ball State’s Student Government Association (SGA) introduced two amendments Jan. 26 during a pajama-themed meeting.

Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases, the meeting was hybrid with in-person and virtual attendance options. Twenty-one participants attended via Zoom.

community 1/26/2022, 5:00pm

MARRC shares progress assisting Afghan refugees in Muncie

In 1979, Bibi Bahrami was 13. The Soviet Union had just invaded Afghanistan, and Bahrami was forced to flee from her home country. Her family settled in a refugee camp in Pakistan, where she served those around her by providing medical attention, assisting the elderly and completing everyday chores. 

basketball 1/26/2022, 1:13pm

Roundtable: Daily News Sports remembers impact of Kobe Bryant

Former Los Angeles Lakers guard and five-time NBA Champion Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna Bryant and seven others died Jan. 26, 2020, in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, CA. In the wake of the two-year anniversary of his death, our sports staff gave their thoughts on remembering Bryant.

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Immersed in Deaf culture

Campus 4/19/2021, 12:06pm

Professors and alumni of Ball State’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing major reflect on how the program prepares students for their future as educators.

When Stacy Steggs was about 8 years old, her grandmother was her first student she taught sign language to.



Thank you for being a friend

Opinion 1/17/2022, 7:00pm

Betty White was a loss leaving 2021, but her death shows how widely her impact spread.

Betty White filled the grandmother, mother and friend role needed by so many generations of women before me.