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.
Effective Sept. 19, Rashida Willard advances as the Associate Vice President for Inclusive Excellence on Ball State University’s campus. As well as the staff members of the Inclusive Excellence Office, Willard said she is over the moon to be joining the small but sturdy team.
Many Ball State alumni have turned their passion for politics into a dedicated livelihood. While working in a tedious field, employees find that each day is somewhat like a new adventure, no single day is similar to the next.
Students in the 2022 CCIM + Summer Experience workshop at Ball State University composed a four-minute video with two sources talking about the current reconstruction of the Cooper Science Complex. Sources and photos in the video show the active construction as well as the desired goal.
Storm chasers love the uncertainty of the atmosphere; they love to observe the natural gifts that Mother Nature brings them. Whether the goal of their observations is for research purposes or for pure enjoyment, storm chasers consistently have an objective of discovering new things the weather carries in for them.
Protesters carried colorful signs and sometimes shared personal stories when they gathered at the Indiana Statehouse June 25, a response to a 6-3 vote by the Supreme Court that overturned Roe v. Wade.