Students Capture America’s Pastime

Aspiring professional sports journalists cover baseball’s spring training for the Grapefruit League, gaining valuable experience in the field.

Lecturer’s Book Gives Native American Tribes’ Untold Stories Their Due

Telecommunications lecturer Chris Flook mines scholarly research at Ball State and elsewhere to produce “Native Americans of East-Central Indiana.”

‘I Can Do This’: Mentors Guide Undergrads From Diverse Backgrounds Onto Faculty Track

PhD Pathways, founded in 2012, is pointing the way to grad school for a growing number of students who want to come back to teach at Ball State.

Student Project Examines One Community’s Fight Against Meth

Journalism and telecommunications students produce a magazine, documentary and website that spotlight glimmers of hope in Delaware County.

Hundreds Show Their Gratitude for 3rd Annual Thank a Donor Day

Students write thank you cards to alumni and other friends of Ball State who help make their education — and many other initiatives — possible.

Serious Minds, Slapstick Films Converge in Project for Turner Classic Movies

Seven students in an immersive learning project travel to Turner Classic Movies in Atlanta to help promote older films among younger viewers

Senior Follows Alumnus Dad Vince Welch Into NASCAR Broadcasting

TCOM major Dillon Welch nabs regional Emmy as he follows his famous father, a 1987 Ball State grad, into the world of sports broadcasting.