Jack Correa presented with points on improving the hours for dining halls and the recreational facilities on campus as well as working to improve campus safety. Correa was approved on a vote of 29-0 with one abstention. Viktoriia Budiad had points dealing with diversity and inclusion, aiming to improve the general cultural knowledge of the Ball State University population. Budiad was approved on a vote of 29-0 and two abstentions.
Best known for his appearances in hit TV shows "Impractical Jokers" and "The Misery Index," comedian Joe Gatto will make an appearance at Emens Auditorium March 2, 2024, afer extending his current 'Night of Comedy' tour, Ball State Marketing and Communications announced via email Dec. 5.
Ball State University graduate, William “Craig” Dobbs, was appointed as the newest member of Ball State’s Board of Trustees by Gov. Eric Holcomb Dec. 4. The head of The Dobbs Group, a financial consulting firm in Carmel, Indiana, Dobbs earned his bachelor’s degree in Finance in 1986 from Ball State and his Master of business administration at Notre Dame.
After two decades of funding projects and programs at Ball State, Women of Beneficence receives state honor
Community members kicked off the holidays with a colorful glow
The House voted on Friday to expel Republican Rep. George Santos of New York after a critical ethics report on his conduct that accused him of converting campaign donations for his own use. He was just the sixth member in the chamber’s history to be ousted by colleagues.
O'Connor died of complications related to advanced dementia and respiratory illness, the Supreme Court said in a press release. A daughter of the American Southwest, O'Conner died in Phoenix.
Imagine you could complete 30 hours of college credit before ever even graduating high school. To some, it might seem like an unimaginable concept on top of the workload they already have to satisfy their current academic requirements. To others, it’s a chance to possibly graduate from college early and either get a headstart on their careers or embark on a higher education.
SGA had four special orders of business, one being At-Large caucus senate applicant Zach Tucker. He noted a platform point for the improvement of dietary restrictions options and labels in the dining halls. Tucker was approved on a vote of 26-1 with five abstentions.
Israel's Cabinet on Wednesday approved a cease-fire deal with the Hamas militant group that would bring a temporary halt to a devastating war that has stretched on for over six weeks and release dozens of hostages being held in the Gaza Strip in exchange for Palestinians in Israeli prisons.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter, the closest adviser to Jimmy Carter during his one term as U.S. president and their four decades thereafter as global humanitarians, has died at the age of 96. The Carter Center said she died Sunday after living with dementia and suffering many months of declining health. The statement said she "died peacefully, with family by her side" at 2:10 p.m. at her rural Georgia home of Plains.
Anand Marri never saw himself becoming provost and executive vice president for academic affairs when he was a child growing up in Queens in New York.
This is a sentiment shared by Eyal Rawitz from Tel Aviv, Israel, and Nawar Albarak from Kuwait, a country that borders Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Though she isn’t from Palestine, her grandmother and many other family members are there. Rawitz and Albarak, though they are both students at Ball State University, had the chance to meet and discuss their experiences with each other at the Scramble Light on Friday during a pro-Palestian protest that called for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war.
Following the fourth instance of a firearm found in a residence hall, university officials put action team plan in place.
The Ball State Student Government Association votes in new senator; introduces first senate amendment of the semester.
After turning to volunteering following the death of three loved ones, Charlotte McKnight said her life changed. Leigh Edwards, director of community engagement for the Muncie Mission, said the non-profit served 91,153 meals to residents of the Mission and other community guests in 2022.
As climate change enters the therapy room, it needs to be acknowledged that it’s less about a single person’s climate footprint. It’s more about collective effort rather than governments and corporations shifting the blame onto individuals like those of Gen Z.
There is also talks of a second blue loop bus, repairing bike racks and a bike share system in collaboration with the city of Muncie along with many more points.