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“Help me understand that more.” Five simple words that reveal the character of the person making the request. Genuine vulnerability, leadership, humility and confidence are conveyed to those on the receiving end. It’s a request for insight Lee Ann Kwiatkowski makes of almost every individual she meets — community members, administrators, teachers and students alike.
Letter from the Editor: Response to recent opinion article
In light of the response to an opinion that was recently published by The Daily News, the paper’s editorial board has decided to call a meeting and discuss possible next steps.
Letter From the Editor: The news doesn’t stop, and neither does The Daily News
Since the world first learned of COVID-19, information has been moving and changing at an unbelievable rate.
Ball State’s Residence Hall Association helps campus feel more like home
Growing up in Fremont, Indiana, senior biology education major Jackie Weisenfelder said she experienced a “shift in community” when she came to Ball State.
Through all odds: Ball State professor, spouse overcome historical obstacles before settling down in Muncie
On a given day, Henry Velandia could be more than 600 miles from his husband.
One year later: House Bill 1315 has changed how Muncie Community Schools operates
It’s been not quite a year since state lawmakers decided to make Ball State responsible for Muncie Community Schools (MCS). In the past 12 months, administrators have been working to adjust to the comprehensive language of House Bill 1315.
Muncie Central High School class allows students to express learning through podcasts
When Muncie Central High School senior Matt Lloyd was 12 years old, he considered himself the “weird kid” who would rather sit in his room listening to the radio instead of watching television.
Letter from the Editor: Moving beyond the headlines
The connection between the Ball State and Muncie communities goes beyond proximity.
Family, friends reflect on the life of Ball State freshman
Tori Andress acted as a connecting thread for many of the people she encountered.
Scott Halberstadt: Cardinal to Nickelodeon star
Most 90s kids remember the nerdy duo Craig and Eric from the Nickelodeon TV show “Drake & Josh,” but many don’t realize that one of pair is a Ball State alumnus.