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Ball State Archeologists Locate Patients Buried at Former State Hospital

Archaeological research at a former state hospital will help honor those who died with mental illness.

How Ball State Helps Muncie Residents Improve Their Neighborhoods

Heather Williams moved to Chicago after graduating from Ball State in 2002. Surprisingly, she felt limited in a metro area with more than nine million people. She struggled to find work that paid the bills and was also rewarding. So, she returned to Muncie, population 70,000. Muncie was an unexpected land of opportunity. She earned […]

Lifting Spirits: Alumni Couple Lift Kids’ Spirits One Flight at a Time

Long before the rest of us understood social distancing, Levi Schreiber was a professional at it. He had to be. In July 2017, doctors diagnosed Levi — then 9 years old — with a fast-moving form of leukemia after discovering a growth in his chest the size of a cantaloupe. His prognosis was promising. 90% […]

NCAA Honors Former Ball State Basketball Star for Inspiring Others

Former Ball State basketball standout Trey Moses, ’19, has been on a whirlwind, globetrotting adventure ever since his graduation last Spring.  And now that he’s had a chance to catch his breath due to the COVID-19 crisis, Moses says his love for community service and basketball, in that order, are just on a temporary hold. […]

5 Great Summer Hangouts in (and around) Muncie

These locations in the Muncie area are affordable ways to get out and enjoy yourself this Summer.

Full Circle: Ball State Believed in Their Potential. Now These Alumni Are Giving Back.

People in Indiana come from all walks of life, and all deserve a chance to improve their lives through education. For decades, Ball State has been providing that chance.

Chris Walker, ’03, Partners With Ball State to Improve Muncie Central

Muncie’s high school has revived a STEM program and gotten more Ball State student teachers, thanks to the district’s ‘ partnership with the university.