NEWS


News 9/11/2017, 10:25am

Ball State professors remember 9/11

Sixteen years ago, the front page headline on most papers lacked the biggest news story to occur that day. Sept. 11, 2001 is a day in history that many recall starting off as a normal day. 


Crime 9/11/2017, 9:25am

University police close Lucina vandalism investigation

Ball State University police have closed the investigation into the vandalism of Lucina Hall, according to University spokesperson Kathy Wolf.  Several broken windows were found at Lucina Hall on Aug. 27 and university police were called in to investigate. That same week, the university released surveillance images of the suspect hoping to get the public's help in identifying him. 


Politics 9/8/2017, 1:44pm

Students protest DACA at Beneficence

A crowd of about 40 students and faculty gathered today at Ball State's landmark beneficence statue to protest the Trump administration's decision to rescind DACA. 


Campus 9/8/2017, 10:00am

Chairperson Emeritus dies

On Thursday, the university sent out an email informing students that David Ober, former chairperson emeritus, died Wednesday. 


Campus 9/7/2017, 12:12pm

Meet the Spirit Team Leaders

Ball State’s first home football game of the season kicks off Friday night, and you can find the spirit team leaders — drum majors, cheerleaders and the Code Red dance team — on the sidelines of every home football game, helping boost student and team morale. 


Crime 9/7/2017, 8:52am

Muncie man who murdered Ball State student has appeal denied

It’s been nearly 23 years since Ball State student Christopher Coyle was murdered in an alleyway just off of the Ball State campus.  His killer, Larry Newton, had his appeal denied on Thursday after he tried to have his life sentence dismissed, according to court documents.