news 6/2/2017, 12:00pm

Fidget Spinner craze overshadows actual uses

Every year there is some sort of fad pulling itself into the mainstream just to die out as fast as it became popular. In recent history planking and Pokémon Go come to mind with 2017 bringing us the fidget spinner craze.

news 6/2/2017, 6:00am

Week in review: May 29

From the Indy 500, to the first installment of President Mearns quarterly email and road closures around Muncie, a lot has happened this week. 

5/26/2017, 8:00am

Week in review: May 22

Construction continues on campus, two Ball State athletes are preparing for a regional competition and four students earned illustrious titles for race weekend. Read about that and more with the Daily News' recap of the week of May 22. Emens' front lawn gets an update to go along with expansion project - May 22, 2017 After beginning the $5 million expansion of John R.

communities 5/26/2017, 8:00am

3 things to do in Muncie for Memorial Day

Ball State's campus will be all but shut down on Memorial Day, but several churches and organizations are putting together different programs on the national holiday. Memorial Day Remembrance Program, with America's Hometown Band Time: 10:45 a.m.

campus 5/26/2017, 8:00am

Ball State alumnae visit Today Show set

Three Ball State alumni and former roommates got a behind-the- scenes tour of the Today Show during a trip to New York May 19. Natalie Wagner, Andrea Abbott and Alex McIntire all majored in TCOM at Ball State and despite now living in three different states, they try to get together at least once a year. Alex McIntire’s high school friend interns at the Today show, so she contacted her and asked if she could take them on a tour.