Hundreds of Students to Perform in School of Music’s Debut at Carmel’s Palladium

The Feb. 26 performance at the 1,600-seat concert hall will feature the school’s orchestra and wind ensemble and more than 200 choir singers.

From the School of Music, Tales of Real-World Industry Survival

Lectures by alumnus and Walk the Moon bass player Kevin Ray and a tour of a top music instrument dealer anchored a new class, Surviving the Music Industry.

Historic Letterpress Powers New Muncie Business for Alumnus, Wife

Kim and Rob Miller, who own the oldest continuously operating U.S. letterpress, are printing posters for carnivals, festivals and fairs across the country.

Students Take a Page From the Past in Book Arts Collaborative

Working out of an old Muncie warehouse, professors immerse 17 students from diverse academic backgrounds in the craft of making books.

Students Give WWII-Era Threads a 21st-Century Refresh

Beeman Historic Costume Collection pieces will be digitized to become 3-D models and go online next summer, as will downloadable patterns and other details.

A $5 Million Renovation Sets the Stage for a Roomier Emens

The overhaul will add 12,000 square feet of venue space, an expanded lobby, new first-floor restrooms and an interior box office.

Outdoor Pursuits Offers the Gear and Trips for Experiences Near and Far

Hundreds of students, faculty and staff rent equipment and take trips through Ball State’s outdoor recreation office each year.