November 16, 2016

Special Olympics Indiana started the Play Unified program about 20 years ago allowing high school athletes with and without intellectual disabilities to compete together in basketball. Today, the program has expanded nationally, includes almost every sport the organiza...

October 19, 2016

Recent studies show that the “freshman 15” is more hyperbole than myth.

A study published by Dr. Nicole L. Mihalopoulos, Dr. Peggy Auinger and Dr. Jonathan D. Klein in the Journal of American College Health hypothesized students who live on campus gain weight during the...

November 26, 2015

“No matter what boundaries someone has, or disabilities someone has, sports has this tendency to bring people together,” said Special Olympics Indiana public relations and marketing manager Duchess Adjei.

Special Olympics has allowed athletes with intellectual disabilit...

October 24, 2015

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The Ball State Department of Journalism hosted Gail Sheehy as this fall’s Letterman Speaker on Thursday, Oct. 22 at Pruis Hall. Sheehy spoke about her career as a journalist and her life experiences that accompanied the stories she told.

Sheehy told the audience that...

October 14, 2015

News isn’t just for the traditional journalists anymore. BYTE is Ball State’s entirely online nerd news organization, and students don’t need to be journalism majors to join.  

“We’re the journalism organization for the non-journalism student,” said podcast editor Aidan...

September 16, 2015

By now, there is not a sole on campus that hasn’t heard about the half-court shot that won freshman Lemuel Turner free tuition for the coming spring semester at Ball State. But it can be difficult to grasp just how big something is when you’re standing at the epicenter...

September 2, 2015

Picking the perfect major for you can be a daunting task. Questions fill your head, and you may begin to doubt yourself.

Is this the right major for me? Do I really want to do this for the rest of my life? If I change my major, will I be able to graduate on time? What i...

August 25, 2015

It’s a new year, new students, new classes, new professors, new friends and maybe even a new you. College is a time to do your own thing. However, there are certain things every Ball State student should experience before they graduate.

Cheer on the Cardinals at the h...

July 18, 2015

 “This can really be whatever I want it to be, and this is a way for me to express myself.” 

- Cierra McNeal
 

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Nikki Blaine opened Fashion Here & Now, during Indiana Black Expo’s Summer Celebration on July 18 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapo...

July 16, 2015

It’s a vicious circle:  African Americans are more likely to suffer from diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, and many are more likely to avoid healthcare treatment – because they fear finding out that they are sick.

The annual Health Fai...

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