The mission of the YMCA of Muncie is “to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all,” said Chad Zaucha, president and CEO of Muncie’s YMCA.
The winter has always made me feel nostalgic. Waking up to cold air makes me feel like a 16-year-old boy, scrambling to get my jammers and goggles for swim practice, slamming back coffee and sprinting out the door. Now, with the end of the fall 2020 semester so close and that fabled finish line in sight, I’ll have more to remember waking up in the winter.
When asked who his favorite rock and roll musicians were, he couldn’t decide on one. Paul McCartney, John Lennon and Pink Floyd were the three artists Sergei Zhuk, professor of history at Ball State, listed.
After an unprecedented fall semester, Ball State has changed its spring semester schedule.
Moriah Morgan, freshman political science major, thought her perfume had expired Sept. 1 because she couldn’t smell it. Days before, she had a sore throat and a cough.
Ball State's campus, the Partnership Project, research and community outreach all share one thing in common — the Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA).
After the possibility of students having to move off campus before Thanksgiving break presented itself again, students had mixed feelings on whether in-person classes should continue.
A red-haired, wide-eyed face with a hazard mask on looks directly at the viewer. A castle that sits on top of a hill. A cat sitting next to a scattered assortment of paints and brushes. These are the types of images you’ll see on bsuinquarantine.
Fifty-five years after Taylor Hall’s grandfather marched alongside Martin Luther King Jr. in Boston, Hall, a senior public communications major, found herself protesting against the racial injustice that is still present today.
Six feet apart, in masks and bearing signs that said "Black Lives Matter" and "Color is not a crime," Ball State students wish to make their voices heard once more.