Long before the rest of us understood social distancing, Levi Schreiber was a professional at it. He had to be. In July 2017, doctors diagnosed Levi — then 9 years old — with a fast-moving form of leukemia after discovering a growth in his chest the size of a cantaloupe. His prognosis was promising. 90% […]
Former Ball State basketball standout Trey Moses, ’19, has been on a whirlwind, globetrotting adventure ever since his graduation last Spring. And now that he’s had a chance to catch his breath due to the COVID-19 crisis, Moses says his love for community service and basketball, in that order, are just on a temporary hold. […]
Despite all its shortcomings—or, perhaps, because of them—the residence hall complex holds a unique place in the hearts of generations of Cardinals since its 1967 opening. Read their stories.
Samantha Phillips could not sit idly by as the COVID-19 pandemic spread. The nursing alumna left her Texas home to help those in need at New York City’s Coney Island Hospital.
People in Indiana come from all walks of life, and all deserve a chance to improve their lives through education. For decades, Ball State has been providing that chance.
For an intro urban planning class now being taught remotely, students heard directly from a a young alumna who is leading COVID-19 crisis response in Vermont.
Over the last several weeks, American K-12 classrooms have shifted from in-person instruction to online learning as the nation closed schools to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. Ball State alumni leading these classrooms reacted quickly, moving from teaching in front of smiling faces to connecting with students online. These educators share their tips for shifting […]