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?
Buying alcohol on Sunday has been illegal in Indiana since Prohibition — but that might be about to change.
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.
A red carpet, live music, fancy dress and of course, the smell of popcorn meant the 2017 Frog Baby Film Festival was in full swing.
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.
"Call your parents, hug a stranger and celebrate the diversity around you."
"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.
A Ball State student residing in Johnson Complex was arrested on Saturday over multiple charges relating to the dealing and possession of illegal substances.
Your Snapchat account may not be as private as you think it is.
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.