Student Trustee Rebeca Mena Met Challenges With Innovation

Rebeca Mena ’21 Rebeca Mena, ’21, has zero doubts about Ball State’s ability to boldly meet whatever challenges lie ahead. That confidence is the product of her experience as a student representative on the Board of Trustees during a time when the University faced challenges in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic that interrupted normal life across the country. “You […]

CARDINAL PRIDE: ALUMNI NEWS (SPRING 2021)

1970s Jim Andrew, ’71, was presented the R. Wayne Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning’s Distinguished Alumni Award. Pursuing an entrepreneurial career in the building supply industry, he bought Henry Poor Lumber and, through all economic cycles, has grown the business and implemented best-of-class management controls and processes. His service to Ball State includes having […]

Alumni In Memoriam (REPORTED FALL 2020)

Cardinal Pride: Alumni News (Fall-Winter 2020-01)

1960s Gary Wasson, ’68, Fort Wayne, IN, was honored in August 2020 with Indiana’s Circle of Corydon Award, which recognizes Hoosiers for remarkable contributions to the betterment of Indiana and its people. Wasson served as executive director of the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission, director of operations for the Grand Wayne Center, Park Board commissioner, and […]

Evolving One Issue at a Time

As a Black CEO and publisher, Angelia Stone has made it her mission to connect and inspire women, especially women of color.

In Memoriam | Spring/Summer 2019

Submit an “In Memoriam” entry 1930s Ruby N. (Rector) Webb, ’35, Anderson, Indiana, December 12, 2018. Miriam D. (Hill) Clevenger, ’37, Fort Wayne, Indiana, December 20, 2018. Frances E. (Flora) Sigler, ’39, Bradenton, Florida, February 27. 1940s Marjorie E. (Rust) Denton, ’40, MA ’61, Wake Forest, North Carolina, March 8. Dorothy J (Crabill) Couden, ’41, New Castle, Indiana, January 6. […]

Robin Who? Professor Alex Kaufman Considers an Enduring Myth

Dr. Alex Kaufman joined Ball State in 2018 as the Reed D. Voran Distinguished Professor of Humanities and teaches in the Honors College and the Department of English. He is co-editor of a book series on outlaws in literature, history, and culture and co-founder of a scholarly journal on Robin Hood studies. Below, he answers questions about the  enduring saga of Robin […]