Delaware County’s only LGBTQ youth group Muncie OUTreach has been providing aid to east-central Indiana for over a decade.
6 p.m. Thursday, the Ball State College Democrats, Indiana Democratic Party and College Democrats of Indiana hosted three political candidates that are running in the 2022 midterm elections in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center.
Now, motherhood is a life to be dictated by the whim of state policymakers, rather than a woman’s own free will.
Ball State Office of Victim Services, the Ball State Counseling Center, and Alpha Chi Omega collaborated to host Take Back the Night 2022 (TBTN) on the Ball State University Quad April 27 in honor of April being National Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Symphony of Sustainability: Cope Environmental Center recognized as Indiana’s only certified Living Building
With the impact of climate change growing, some companies see it imperative to change the design and construction of buildings, with the goal of giving back to the environment as much as they take. However, this does not come without challenges, as every office, home and store would have to maintain net-zero energy and water levels. The materials used to make these structures would have to be ecologically friendly and properly disposed of. Then, they must perform consistently.
Restoring the Past: Professor Jonathan Spodek led graduate students in an award-winning historic documentation project
When visitors first arrive at Newfields, an Indianapolis art museum and garden, they are greeted by approximately half a million blooms that line the cobblestone and dirt paths. These winding trails criss-cross the 152-acre campus, allowing guests to admire the nearby White River while they enjoy a craft drink or snack from the Beer Garden on the premises.
Snacks lining the shelves, books stacked up in great big piles, and clothes thrown every which way. It’s the stereotypical picture of a dorm room, unless you’re Ball State University student Mazie Wathen. Her dorm looks much the same as anyone else’s, but with additional supplies like different-color threads and felt backings.
Members of Spectrum, Ball State’s LGBTQ+ support organization, met north of Shafer Tower on University Green Tuesday Feb. 1 to hold a rally from 5-6 p.m. in protest of Indiana House Bill 1041.
When he isn’t busy teaching in the classroom or working on his own research, Andy Luttrell, social psychologist and Ball State assistant professor of psychology, produces, hosts and edits his own podcast, “Opinion Science.”
The Housing and Residence Life Association collaborated with the Student Action Team (SAT) to host an event called Boxes and Walls for Unity Week in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center Jan. 20.