Ball State’s student-run public relations agency work around the clock to assist local nonprofits in a 24-hour CreatAThon.
Alumna Akilah Nosakhere returns home to work for the Muncie Public Library and partners with two immersive learning classes to help the community.
Campus police officers get to know students through a community policing philosophy and about a dozen programs that help reduce crime and build relations.
Libraries’ digital archives collection reaches milestone by posting one millionth piece and creates a connection to the area’s rich history.
Student volunteers traveled to a challenged St. Louis enclave, stepped into the realities of its residents and took away a new perspective.
Journalism and telecommunications students produce a magazine, documentary and website that spotlight glimmers of hope in Delaware County.
Kim and Rob Miller, who own the oldest continuously operating U.S. letterpress, are printing posters for carnivals, festivals and fairs across the country.