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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.

Ball State Put Her on Camera, and Now She’s off to the Races

Katie Hargitt, who grew up racing and hearing the Indy 500 from her house, found the tools to be a successful reporter on pit road.

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

Some Disturbingly Funny Films

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]es Gehring has a fondness for dark comedies, a genre that has viewers riveted in horror and breaking out in laughter in the same scene. “The basic premise of a dark comedy is that life is absurd, and it’s the only genre that doesn’t necessarily want to please the public,” says Gehring, a film professor […]

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.

Dave Letterman Comes to Ball State

The celebrated alumnus announced a gift, The David Letterman Experience, which will contain memorabilia from the late-night TV host’s career.