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End of an Era: LaFollette Demolition Starts

The razing of LaFollette Complex has begun and to celebrate the legacy of the complex, the Office of Housing and Residence Life is starting the LaFollette Brick Project.

Legacy Campaign Builds on Work of Beloved Professor

Paul W. Parkison built the accounting department, and it will now be named in his honor as a result of a fundraising campaign.

Hard Work, Attention to Detail Key for Young NBA Ref

Tyler Ford, a young alumnus, has gone from refereeing and overseeing intramural sports to the pros as one of the youngest referees in the NBA, running alongside the league’s stars.

Alumnus in NYC Lights Up the Stage for Broadway Musicals

Theater alumnus credits passion and college experiences to his success in a career as a lighting technician for some of Broadway’s biggest musicals.

Alumna Makes Her Mission Cultivating Future Latino Leaders

Educational opportunities at Ball State and beyond shaped Janet Arias-Martinez into the passionate advocate she is today.

Words of Wisdom for the Class of 2017

Ball State alumni think back and share their best advice on social media for graduating seniors of the Class of 2017 nearing Commencement.

Scott Wise Expands Business but Keeps Original Flavor

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here’s a secret, of sorts, to Scott Wise’s business success. Wise, ’95, founder of Scotty’s Brewhouse, started with a single site in the Village near Ball State and slowly over time, has added locations around Indiana. But what’s likely to happen next could surprise even Wise, who is the hardest worker and biggest believer in […]