Ranked a top university for students with disabilities, Ball State prepares those students ‘to conquer any challenge life throws at them.’
A diversity of perspectives inform alumna Noël Harmon’s leadership of a scholarship program for Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.
Archaeological research at a former state hospital will help honor those who died with mental illness.
A computer science professor won a top award for an educational game he created about the Space Race. But would his 8-year-old son like it?
Each month, Ball State’s photographers capture hundreds of moments on and around campus. These are some of the staff’s favorites from September 2020 (and a few from the last week of August).
If all goes according to plan, Aletha Dunston (above) will be out of a job soon. Her position as executive director of the Fort Harrison Reuse Authority means every win brings her closer to completing the assignment of a lifetime, transforming an Army base into a picturesque community 20 minutes from downtown Indianapolis. Dunston, who […]
100 years after passage of the 19th Amendment, Melissa Gentry explains the crucial role Muncie women played in helping win the right to vote.