When David Hreno was in high school, he considered himself to be a shy person, finding it difficult to socialize and make friends with his peers, he said. When he started participating in theatre, however, he was immediately immersed in the novel experience and felt like part of the group. Now, as a third-year theatre education major, Hreno wears the hat of director for a group of middle schoolers at Northside Middle School, putting on his own shows. Alongside Megan Templeton, third-year theatre education major, the two are doing the same thing for the Northside students: building a community for them to thrive in.
Troy Dobosiewicz, deceased theatre education program coordinator, is remembered for his impact on students
On Feb. 4, Troy Dobosiewicz passed away unexpectedly at 51 in his home in Muncie, according to his obituary in the South Bend Tribune. Though the professor is no longer alive, his memory and his impact on the Department of Theatre and Dance and its students continue to serve Theatre Education students at Ball State.
Need a little help keeping your New Year’s resolutions? Consider making it a habit with these five tips.
New Year’s resolutions are supposed to correlate with the renewal of the year and its seasonal cycle; new beginnings are the cue for a person to grow and change. However, despite people’s best intentions, a study performed by the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health found that about two-thirds of people in the U.K. and Australia gave up on their New Year’s resolutions within the first month of 2021.
Ball State students in the ROTC are one-half scholar, one-half soldier. Maddie Dilds, an ROTC cadet, and Nathan Dunn, recruitment operations officer for the Ball State ROTC, give an inside look into the most rigorous leadership academy the school has to offer.
Group projects are historically feared by star students and C students alike, but there's no need to be afraid. A little planning can go a long way, as this five-step method will teach you.
The political science department at Ball State University, along with the Student Government Association, hosted a watch party for the 2022 midterm elections. Attendees and organizers discussed the midterm elections and their votes/beliefs.
The spiritual arts are alive and well in Muncie, and three women share their experience, abilities, and their journeys to discover themselves and how to contribute to the world around them.
Ever wondered how people ever cook anything in the tiny dorm kitchenettes at Ball State University? Here are 7 simple ideas that work despite the limited space and equipment.
Amber Greene opened Fate Style Studio in July 2021 in response to job search troubles during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. She discusses the philosophy of her business as well as her role as a local business owner.
“Sister Cindy” Smock returned to Ball State University Tuesday to preach her signature “Ho No Mo” ideology, where she encourages women to reject promiscuity and follow her view of the word of God.