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.

music 5/23/2017, 12:26pm

Ball State basketball player meets Chance the Rapper

While in Pittsburgh, Trey Moses had the opportunity to meet last year’s Grammy award-winning artist Chance the Rapper. The Ball State basketball player purchased VIP tickets to his performance, allowing him to meet the 24-year-old artist and even snap a selfie that got over 1,000 likes and 400 retweets on Twitter. “We really didn’t talk about much; it was more of a kind of like ‘Hey’ and then we took the picture,” Moses said.

campus 5/22/2017, 11:35am

List of upcoming Ball State parking lot repairs

Several parking lots around Ball State's campus will receive repairs throughout the end of May and into the middle part of July. An email sent out by Parking Services today notified of the following renovations set to take place around campus.

news 5/19/2017, 12:32pm

Week in review: May 15

School may be out, but there's plenty that's been happening on Ball State's campus and in Muncie this past week. From the arrival of the university's president, the chopping down of a campus staple, FBI arriving in Muncie and one graduate going to pursue her dream in Broadway, here are the top stories from this week. Ball State's 'gum tree' landmark gets chopped down - May 14, 2017 A student-created landmark was chopped down this weekend at Ball State.

crime 5/17/2017, 7:38pm

Four arrested after Muncie and Indianapolis Police serve search warrant

Muncie and Indianapolis Police executed a search warrant Wednesday morning at a Muncie home. The search was in connection to a missing person's case in Marion County, according to The Star Press. Police seized drugs and cash which spawned a separate investigation from the Marion County investigation.