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MARRC shares progress assisting Afghan refugees in Muncie

In 1979, Bibi Bahrami was 13. The Soviet Union had just invaded Afghanistan, and Bahrami was forced to flee from her home country. Her family settled in a refugee camp in Pakistan, where she served those around her by providing medical attention, assisting the elderly and completing everyday chores. 

Ball State fraternities and sororities cope with COVID-19 challenges

As spring rush week began for the Greek Life community, fraternity and sorority members were having a different experience compared to last year. Ball State’s Greek Life is in the process of rebranding as Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) to alleviate confusion for international students, “especially [those] who come from a Greek background,” said J. Chris Hager, associate director of student life.

Ball State Democrats hold anti-war protest on campus

Shouting slogans like “We will not be silent, stop the government violence” and “We demand justice, we demand peace, get the U.S. out of the Middle East,” Ball State students protested against American military involvement in the Middle East.