Lauren Delorenzo


Input 2 S6E2: The Repulsion of Polanski

Trigger Warning: On this week’s episode, we delve into the life and career of controversial filmmaker Roman Polanski. Using his film Repulsion as a catalyst for discussion, the team discusses the ethics of watching controversial films and attempts to answer the age-old question: Is it okay to like movies made by bad people?

Who's who on Ball State's Board of Trustees

Each year, a group of individuals are responsible for granting students their degrees, setting admission guidelines and managing all donations and grants — the Ball State Board of Trustees.

Ball State 'Bicycle Master Plan' unveiled

We’ve all been there — late to class, power-walking through the scramble light until suddenly, you’re blitzed by a frustrated cyclist. The university is working to fix that.

Students join voices in D.C. Women's March

"Women’s rights are human rights" — that’s the message made clear by thousands of pink-hatted demonstrators who marched through Washington, D.C. Jan. 21, the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump.

Ball State students, Muncie community participate in Standing Rock demonstration

It was a regular, chilly Monday afternoon when traffic came to a standstill at the Scramble Light. Community leaders, students and Muncie locals came together in a wave of support for Standing Rock Sioux Nation in North Dakota, marching and chanting through the Quad, the Scramble Light, and ending at the University Green.