Sophomore student Emily Naville came home from a spring break trip in March 2017 with big news for her parents. No, it was not that she had partied too hard on a beach somewhere — instead, she had requested ...
First, yoga fans got Yoga with Cats. Now, there's an opportunity to do yoga with some slightly bigger furry friends.
As someone who struggles with depression and has had suicidal thoughts, I know that watching this show would trigger me and send me spiraling because of the graphic nature of the suicide scene.
If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be? I bet you’re thinking something superficial. Maybe it’s your hair, eye color, height or the most common answer: your weight.
Editor's Note: Where They Were Before is a Ball State Daily News series profiling various professors and their lives before teaching.
Students are opting for online classes rather than instructor-based classes due to the flexibility and accessibility these courses can provide.
As technology becomes more of a standard in education, students are sometimes expected to be more tech-savvy than they are.
Chef Stepfanie Miller prides herself in coming up with new and different takes on traditional foods, and she has brought that pride to Ball State for the past five years.