Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) approves three new senators; responds to Studebaker West incident
The Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) began their meeting with special orders of business, beginning with a presentation from Justice Applicant Aliyah Lane. Lane was approved on a vote of 27-0 with one abstention.
The Ball State University Student Government Association (SGA) began their meeting with a special order of business, asking senators if they would be open to participating in the homecoming parade.
Ledford began with the executive portion of the budget. This portion includes transportation funds for a new blue loop bus as well as more blue lights on Riverside and in the areas around the Ball State University Apartment complexes.
The Ball State Student Government Association began their first meeting of the academic year with an announcement about Homecoming nominations. Nominations and voting will be done in house through forms.
Ball State University’s David Owsley Museum of Art’s spring exhibit features the private print collection of David and Sarojini Johnson
In the making for over three decades, David and Sarojini Johnson’s private print collection makes its debut for the spring exhibit in Ball State University’s David Owsley Museum of Art.
Back again for their annual event, Ball State University’s Spectrum hosted their drag show, this year benefitting Muncie OUTreach. This year’s theme was Mad Hatter, featuring six local and student performers.
The Ball State Student Government Association began with presentations to elect a new president pro tempore.
In 2022, for the first time, Ball State University’s Equinox Music Festival took place on the Botsford/Swinford Patio. After its success, the festival is back for round two, March 25 from Noon to 9 p.m.
The Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) began their meeting by re-opening chief administrator nominations. Additionally, treasurers were voted in, and new pieces of legislation were passed.
Ball State Student Government Association’s Committee for Community and Environment Affairs to add signage to the Community Garden.
The Ball State University Student Government Association began its meeting with nominations for the upcoming elections for both chief administrator and treasurer. The nominees for chief administrator are Sen. Kyle Wickizer and Sen. Sam Schlatter.