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From Survivor to Warrior: Theresa Flores Helps Victims of Sex Trafficking Find Justice

Theresa Flores, ’87, endured sex trafficking as a teenager. Now she’s helping others find justice.

Fine Dining & Fascinating History

Cailín Murray and Russell Irving met outside the historic Thomas Neely home four years ago during what can technically be described as an act of trespassing. For decades, the home had stood abandoned and in disrepair, an eyesore in Muncie’s historic Emily Kimbrough Neighborhood. Murray, a Ball State associate professor of anthropology , had assumed that the ramshackle home was uninhabited. She entered […]

On Alternative Spring Break, Students Trade Leisure for Life Lessons

Student volunteers traveled to a challenged St. Louis enclave, stepped into the realities of its residents and took away a new perspective.

Collaboration, Quality Care at the Heart of New College of Health

The college combines six schools and departments to better prepare students for work in Indiana’s surging health care sector.