On Nov. 30, 2022, ChatGPT was released to the general public. The program is a largely language-based form of artificial intelligence (AI) and can assist a user in creating well-written and formatted text. Microsoft is investing in OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, claiming they are making a “multi-billion dollar investment,” according to the Associated Press.
Bingo After Dark, hosted by Ball State’s Student Action Team and Health Promotion and Advocacy, gives students free sex toys and sex education.
Butt plugs, vibrators and lube were all prizes participants of Bingo After Dark could win in Park Hall’s Hargrave Multipurpose Room on Thursday, March 23. Ball State’s Student Action Team and Health Wellness and Promotion Advocacy partnered together for the sex education event.
A Ball State University professor and students talk about intersectionality and historical struggles of women. Intersectionality is a term often used to define the long history of the struggles women have faced across all of history that bridges the gap between ideas of race, gender, sexuality and more.
Ball State’s David Owsley Museum of Art After Hours embraced an anti-Valentine’s Day theme on Friday.
Ball State’s David Owsley Museum of Art embraced an anti-Valentine’s Day theme at the DOMA After Hours event Friday. The event was from 5-8 p.m., and included a variety of activities and events, such as cross stitching, fortune telling, anti-speed dating and creating ex-effigies.
Current Ball State University students and staff speak about seasonal affective disorder, it's severity and how to combat it.
Ball State University Health and Promotion Advocacy and Multicultural Center hosts World AIDS Day event
Ball State University’s Health and Promotion Advocacy (HPA) and Multicultural Center held a World AIDS Day event in Park residence hall Dec. 1 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., the first time Ball State has held such an event.
On Sept. 13, Cardinal Closet, ran by the Student Action Team (SAT), held a free professional clothing event for Ball State students in partnership with the Fashion Program and the Career Center, in lieu of the upcoming Cardinal Job Fair on Sept. 21.