Four instances of firearms in residence halls this semester leaves campus community with questions about communication
Following the fourth instance of a firearm found in a residence hall, university officials put action team plan in place.
Notes in class? Yes. Notes on life? Working on it. With that in mind, I compiled a list of 21 things I’ve learned in my first 21 years.
Chick-fil-A will be moving from the Atrium to North Dining. The move has been tentatively slated for January 2024 and will include an upgrade to the existing location.
‘Strong Wil:' Reliving Wil McPhillips’ journey back to the court after being shot in the chest twice.
Wil McPhillips and his roommates were hosting a private party. According to McPhillips, an uninvited group came into the house and was quickly asked to leave. When they refused to leave, punches were thrown before the group left the house, but they congregated on the property outside the home.
Jeff Robinson, city council president and Democratic candidate for Muncie mayor, announced his plans for the city’s infrastructure, an issue he claimed is “one of the biggest issues on the minds of our citizens.”
An investigation by Attorney General Rokita’s Homeowner Protection Unit determined that MiddleTown Property Management LLC and MiddleTown Property Group LLC have been using the unregistered trade name “BSU Rentals.” The Attorney General’s office suggests that this could confuse consumers, leading them to believe the company is in association with Ball State.
Director of Public Safety and Chief of University Police Jim Duckham officially retired Aug. 31 after more than 30 years in law enforcement, including over nine years with Ball State. The search to fill the position has already begun and is expected to be concluded by October, according to Vice President of Student Affairs Ro-Anne Royer Engle.
If Felix Egharevba had to do it all over again, he would have done the same thing. Five years on from choosing to play volleyball at Ball State, the middle blocker would not have changed a single decision. “I left everything out [there],” he said after playing his final match in Worthen Arena. “I came in as a young freshman and I worked for this spot, I worked for this opportunity, I worked to be where I am right now.”
With a Co-Mid-American Conference (MAC) Regular Season Championship, a second-place finish at the MAC Championship Meet and a nationally-ranked 34th-best NQS score of 196.395, Ball State earned an at-large team bid to the NCAA Regionals in Norman, Oklahoma, the first time since 1999 the Cardinals will compete at regionals as a team and just the second time in program history.
As the crowd filled the court, head coach Matt Luce was shaking hands and thanking fans for their congratulations left and right, getting lost in the crowd. When it came time to speak about the game, he asked to sit on the bench. After all, his team had just made history, and he wanted to take a breather and let it set in. The Raiders defeated the Carroll Cougars 73-50 to make history as the first Wapahani boys' basketball team to win a Regional Championship.