Student Government Association 10/26/2022, 7:35pm

The Ball State Student Government votes in College Democrats and Republicans

Oct. 26, the Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) not only voted in organizations, but they did so dressed in their Halloween costumes. The most significant topic of the day came from the voting in for the College Republicans and the College Democrats at Ball State University. The votes made the organizations SGA-protected. 

Astronomy Slam 10/25/2022, 9:59am

'In a Galaxy Far, Far Away'

The 3rd annual Astronomy Slam takes place Nov. 5 at 6:30 p.m. Presentation’s for this year’s Astronomy Slam include a tour of the night sky, the scale of the universe, the life cycle of stars and searching for another earth.

January 6 10/21/2022, 3:36pm

AP: Jan. 6 panel issues subpoena to Trump, demanding he testify

The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol formally issued its extraordinary subpoena o Donald Trump on Friday, demanding testimony from the former president who lawmakers say “personally orchestrated” a multi-part effort to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

Ball State Homecoming 10/20/2022, 9:59am

A Tradition of Performance

Air Jam is one of the most popular events occurring throughout Ball State’s Homecoming week, but there’s a lot of historical depth behind past and current competitors, along with numerous opportunities for Ball State students to get involved with Homecoming week through Air Jam.

Ball State alumnnus 10/17/2022, 9:59am

buildOn for the next generation

Ball State Alumnus Davonte Longmire is a digital marketing manager for buildOn, where some of his additional duties are to expand their social media presence and support different elections and companies who support buildOn. Currently, he is helping build a school in Africa with buildOn.

Parkland shooting 10/13/2022, 4:00pm

AP: Parkland school shooter to get life sentence for killing 17

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A jury spared Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz from the death penalty Thursday for killing 17 people at a Parkland high school in 2018, sending him to prison for the remainder of his life in a decision that left many families of the victims angered, baffled and in tears.

Greek Life 10/13/2022, 10:00am

Knowledge in Diversity

After the struggles of the pandemic, Schockett hopes to attract new members with the values of Gamma Rho Lambda: “Truth in tolerance, knowledge through diversity, bonds of unity and strength in trust.”

Muncie events 10/7/2022, 11:59am

Wandering through ArtsWalk October

Muncie Downtown Development Partnership hosted ArtsWalk October, where local artists, performers, food vendors and attendees transformed Walnut St. into a marketplace. Muncie YART, PrimeTrust FCU's Soup Crawl and a variety of live entertainment were all a part of said event.

Hurricane Ian 10/7/2022, 9:59am

After the Storm

Category 4 storm, Hurricane Ian, made landfall in Florida Sept. 28, causing destruction unseen for years. The morale of many Florida residents and natives is low, yet many are hopeful their area will bounce back.

Midterm Elections 10/6/2022, 9:59am

Voting Awareness

Leading up to United States Midterm Election Day Nov. 8, voter registration and turnout in Delaware County has never been lower. The county was tied for the lowest voter turnout and had one of the lowest percentages of absentee ballots in Indiana in 2020.