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Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) voted to pass the implicit bias training resolution introduced last week.
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In a campus wide email sent Wednesday, Susana Rivera-Mills, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Ball State, announced all in-person classes for the summer 2020 semester will transition to virtual teaching and learning.
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Zahria Hart is a freshman magazine journalism major and writes “Black Curtain” for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.
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By WILL WEISSERT
Editor's note: The Ball State Daily News is taking part in the One Ball State Day fundraiser.
Timothy Brown, a former Ball State Football player, who played in the NFL for a number of years and spent some time as a professional actor and musician, has died at 82 according to a press release from the Philadelphia Eagles.
Today was the first time in a while it felt like summer as temperatures soared into the 70's. Those warm conditions and sunny skies will serve as fuel for thunderstorms this evening.
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Even though families may not be able to gather for Easter dinner this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, they can still enjoy the holiday together with FaceTime, Skype and other video-conferencing apps. One easy way to help embrace the springtime spirit is to decorate Easter eggs, whether you have younger kids or you want to brighten the residence where you’ve been quarantined. With these three simple methods, families can utilize what they already have in the pantry and show off their fancy creations to friends and family.
George Gannage, assistant teaching professor of marketing and assistant director of the Center for Professional Selling in the Miller College of Business, died Monday morning in Bloomington, Indiana, after suffering from a severe respiratory virus, according to an email sent out by Susana Rivera-Mills, provost and executive vice president at Ball State.
Chances are, you’ve checked out Ball State’s Career Center at least once or twice. Maybe it was for class purposes, grabbing a referral for an on-campus job, or practicing for a scholarship or job interview.
Editor’s Note: This listicle is part of a weekly series by The Ball State Daily News summarizing five stories from across the United States. All summaries are based on stories published by The Associated Press.
Families in cars, vans and trucks alike trickled into the parking lot of Let There Be Art in Muncie between noon and 4 p.m. March 18 to pick up their free kids’ “Quar-ART-ine kit” from owner and artist Misty Cougill.
What a beautiful start to the week! The warm weather is here to stay for at least a couple of days, but unfortunately we have to deal with some rain chances.
By DANICA KIRKA and JILL LAWLESS
As she sat in the audience watching the Russian Ballet Company as a kid put on their performance of The Nutcracker in Indianapolis, Kelly DeLisle, a senior stage management major, knew that theater was for her.
Welcome back podcasters! In a galaxy far far away, Input 2 is discussing what makes Star Wars so addictive to watch- especially during a time of isolation. What projects do we want to see produced now that the Skywalker story is over? How could the overall franchise become more entertaining in general? All that and more on this week's "out of this world" episode of Input2!
Hosts: Tanner Kinney, Kellyn Harrison, and Nick Black
In a collaborative effort, Ball State's Libraries Archives and Special Collections, Everyday Life in Middletown project, and Muncie Public Library are asking community members to document life during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Ball State press release.
Editor’s Note: This listicle is part of a weekly series by The Ball State Daily News summarizing five stories from around the world. All summaries are based on stories published by The Associated Press.
Outside of cancellations due to the Coronavirus outbreak in March, both of Ball State's men's and women's programs have been extremely busy in welcoming, scouting and seeing players depart from Muncie.
By MICHAEL BIESECKER