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“We Fly” Anthem Soars into the Ball State Canon

[dropcap]L[/dropcap]ast Fall, Ball State University empowered three cabaret students — Frank Zabilka, Gabe Ford-Dunker, and Reagan Pender — to write lyrics for a new anthem, “We Fly.” “I get chills when I hear the anthem,” said President Geoffrey S. Mearns . “It beautifully captures the mission, aspirations, and values of the Ball State community — our faculty, staff, students, […]

Ball State Unveils Newest Renovated Residence Hall

Newly renovated residence hall is a $40 million facility that will be a living-learning community for students in the arts.

In Tune With His Students

Ben Yoder’s forte as an educator is leading middle school orchestras.

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.

Hundreds of Students to Perform in School of Music’s Debut at Carmel’s Palladium

The Feb. 26 performance at the 1,600-seat concert hall will feature the school’s orchestra and wind ensemble and more than 200 choir singers.

Theater Prof Takes Cues From own Past in Guiding Her Student Actors

Karen Kessler creates a safe, collaborative area to lead her actors through comedies, musicals and plays that can be emotionally difficult.