Growing up interested in architecture, Katarina Antal chose Ball State because she knew it had a good program and offered her what she wanted. As a senior landscape architecture major, she knew she would be spending five years at Ball State because of the common curriculum program in the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP).
As a young boy on the west side of San Antonio, looking around and reading stories about his community in the newspapers, John Quiñones always knew he wanted to be a storyteller.
The David Letterman Professional Lecture Series welcomed John Quiñones April 11. Quiñones hosts the TV show “What Would You Do?” Quiñones starts his lecture by talking about his show and asking his audience, “What would you do?”
August 18, 1920 was a day women of the early 20th century never forgot, and a day all women born after continue to celebrate — the day women received the right to vote nationally. The working-class citizens city of Muncie worked since the 1880s for that day.
Ball State SGA Chief Administrator resigns, Senate introduces amendment involving caucus representation
Ball State’s Student Government Association (SGA) introduced an amendment Wednesday that would create an appeals process for lost representation of protected, or guaranteed, seats.
Joey Glover didn’t know who he was or where he wanted to spend his college years until he found Ball State. For him, Ball State felt like home as soon as he stepped on campus, and Spectrum, Ball State’s LGBTQ support organization, was an opportunity for him to grow into himself as a person, he said.
Walk into Angela Decker’s classroom, and you’ll see students not sitting at desks listening to a lecture, but singing along to Taylor Swift and sewing washcloths with their hands. One student finishes their project at the start of the class, while another asks Decker for help on how to thread string.
Working from home is on the rise, and it is causing college graduates to start their careers from the comfort of their homes, rather than in an office. Annie Ashbrook and Hunter Wallace are two Ball State graduates who did just that.
Through the center of downtown Muncie runs the White River, a primary source for drinking water in the community that has both literally and figuratively had its highs and lows. It’s a 13-minute walk from the heart of downtown Muncie to the White River — accessible to everyone and an almost daily sight.
The Department of Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) collaborated with Spectrum and Muncie OUTreach to host a Transgender Awareness Week Open Mic Night in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center Wednesday Nov. 17.