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Governor Eric Holcomb announced Tuesday that starting the first week of May, Indiana would begin to roll out free COVID-19 testing sites around the state.
The past few weeks have affected the movie industry in a variety of ways. Ever since stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders were put in place, theaters across the world have shut down indefinitely without any assurance of when they’ll reopen. With the closing of theaters, many films that were to be released in the months between March and July have either been assigned new release dates or pushed back indefinitely. Not only have movie studios and those who work on films been greatly affected, but theaters themselves have been taking major blows after being forced to shut down. With the quarantine put in place and no definite answer for when it will be lifted, the movie industry has had to learn how to roll with the punches and adapt to a new world.
Each day feels more like we’re living in a strange apocalyptic movie. Everything in life is canceled and grocery stores are completely out of paper products. In the midst of these strange times, many of us have endless downtime to catch up on movies and TV shows we’ve been wanting to watch. Another great opportunity to keep ourselves occupied while we’re all sitting at home keeping our distance from one another is the chance to catch up on some books we’ve been intending to read.
With all this extra time — due to everything that is happening in the world right now — you more than likely have found yourself scrolling for countless minutes, sometimes even hours, searching for that perfect movie to cozy up to and watch. Given the endless amount of options, I have compiled a list of some of my favorite movies paired with the streaming services to watch them on. Movies can take us to a world away from our own and help us forget our reality, even if it’s just for a little while. These five movies never fail to totally immerse me into the world they each have created — worlds completely different and far away from my own — that tell an original story with it’s own set of circumstances and obstacles to tackle. They will blow your expectations out of the water and are guaranteed to become some of your new favorites.
Ball State's Board of Trustees approved the university to take out its first line of credit to prepare for financial uncertainty amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A ten-minute phone call saved Mike Stetzel’s life.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced his plans Tuesday to begin large-scale COVID-19 testing across Indiana. OptumServe Federal Health Services will be opening testing sites across the state in the next seven days.
Ball State University President Geoff Mearns revealed tentative plans and dates for postponed commencement ceremonies in a campus-wide email announcement Wednesday.
Ball State University and its appointed school board are not planning on seeking an extension on a June 2020 deadline to present a new strategic plan for Muncie Community Schools.
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.
MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink) - Former Ball State Running Back and Indianapolis native James Gilbert will be heading to Hollywood as he continues his football career.
Editor’s note: To avoid conflict of interest, Daily News Design Editor Elliott DeRose has recused himself from the analysis of Elevate, as he also acted as a designer for SGA.
Editor’s note: To avoid conflict of interest, Daily News Design Editor Elliott DeRose has recused himself from the analysis of Elevate as he also acted as a designer for SGA.
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.
MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink) - Former Yorktown and Ball State Quarterback Riley Neal has been signed by the Denver Broncos as an undrafted free agent.
MUNCIE, Ind.— Ball State’s former safety, Ray Wilborn, will be moving to the Peach State to begin his NFL career.
Undrafted coming out of Ball State, Willie Snead has been the lone former Cardinal in the NFL since 2016. Throughout his career, which started in New Orleans and currently sits in Baltimore, he has amassed 242 catches for just fewer than 3,000 yards and 13 touchdowns. While not your perennial Pro Bowler, Snead has made a name for himself despite not hearing it called on draft day.
MUNCIE, Ind.—Former Ball State offensive guard Danny Pinter will not have far to travel as he begins his journey in the NFL.
On April 19 and April 20, the health package distributed by the Chinese Consulate in Chicago arrived at Ball State University. Under the organization of Zi Wang, the president of the Chinese Student Union, and Zicheng Wang, the former president, Chinese students at Ball State University went to collect the epidemic prevention materials such as wipes, KN95 masks, medicines, disposable gloves and so on. These materials were sent by China in order to help overseas students to survive the large-scale epidemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic is getting worse and worse, and doctors and officials warn it may be dangerous to go out in public. Walmart has a next-day delivery service that can help people get daily necessities in a safe and convenient way.