As a queer woman, I have to come out over and over again. This process can be exhausting, especially as I’ve come to realize that straight people never have to “come out.”
There’s a difference between explaining what you want from a person and ripping someone’s work apart for the sake of doing so.
Moving out for the summer can be a stressful endeavor, especially when moving back before fall semester is more likely than not.
We all have the power, to a certain extent, to make choices that we can be proud of and to live meaningful and fulfilled lives. Changing my major has made all the difference.
The night before the results of the 2016 election came out, I watched the news and anxiously bit my nails, hoping it was all a bad dream as Trump won electoral votes.
My name is Audrey Bowers and I’m just like you. I drink too much iced coffee with my friends, struggle to find a decent place to park on Ball State’s campus, stress out about getting everything I’m supposed to have done and happen to enjoy a good Netflix binge.
The world’s largest ball of paint lies in the middle of the country, in Alexandria, IN, which is about a 30-minute drive from Ball State University. It’s a sight that I probably would’ve missed if I wasn’t looking for it.
The notion of arming teachers with firearms is problematic because it doesn’t consider the responsibility already placed upon the shoulders of teachers.
This year was Ball State Dance Marathon’s 11th year of fundraising “For The Kids” at Riley Hospital for children and happened to be my second year of fundraising as a member of the Hospitality committee.
Out of all of the organizations out there, a writers' workshop would be the one that I would least expect to discriminate against someone simply for the way that they look.