All of the unrest in Muncie Community Schools has left some parents feeling anxious about the future of the district.
The state will be fully funding phase two of Ball State's STEM and Health Professions Facility Expansion Project.
It's that time of year again — time to fill out course evaluation surveys.
In Indiana, college graduates are more likely to live in the same areas, which boosts employment and economic opportunities, according to a new Ball State study.
Mental health has quickly become a huge topic on college campuses.
Ken Holland has been working to improve higher education in Afghanistan for 11 years. So it was only a natural progression for him to become the next president of the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul.
Reject no one, accept all. Just smile and wave. Make love, not war. Spread kind vibes. All of these sentiments, and many more, are reflected on small, colorful circles attached to an 8-foot peace pole — similar to a maypole.
What good is war for? Nothing at all, three campus organizations want to make clear.
An administrative decision to close the search for the Teachers College dean without filling the position has left campus with many unanswered questions.
Ball State has more than 36,000 stolen or fake emails listed on the dark web, according to a new study.