“Here ye, here ye! The polls are now open.” Traditionally, that’s how the callers are supposed to announce the opening of the polls. But Michele Stonecipher, inspector of the 9th Precinct, prefers a no-nonsense approach.
The cost of a diploma for some incoming Ball State students just got $47,000 more expensive as Ball State pulled out of two programs granting in-state tuition to out-of-state university students.
Nancy Barber stood among the crowd of women gathered at the Indiana State Legislature watching the light dance across the dozens of silver bracelets branded with the letters “ERA.”
Fire-breathing dragons, exotic, gray scribble cats and pink, fuzzy puffballs — wacky creations that could only occupy the imaginations of children and the space on the home refrigerator — are being brought to life in glass for Minnetrista’s new exhibit.
In a tiny, wooden shack in the middle of the woods, piercing screams rattled the air.
A homecoming tradition is marching back to Muncie as the homecoming parade returns to celebrate Ball State’s 100 anniversary.
One month after graduating, Sereena Barga moved into an apartment in Nashville, Tennessee, with no job, no prospects and less than $2,000 in savings.
After their crowning during Talent Show, Ball State’s 2018 Homecoming Court members are ready to spread their ideas about empowering students throughout the upcoming school year.
“My dad shoots bad guys.”
Since the Print Smart program at Ball State partnered with print management system Pharos in 2015, Ball State has seen a drastic decrease in paper usage and an increase in savings.