As a new Multicultural Center is being built on campus, a student reflects on what the old center has meant to her growth as a Ball State student.
A diversity of perspectives inform alumna Noël Harmon’s leadership of a scholarship program for Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.
Kicking down walls is Patricia Lang’s specialty—figuratively, at least. She was among the first female scientists at Ball State. Now, her mission is to recruit and retain minority students in STEM programs.
Each month, Ball State’s photographers capture hundreds of moments on and around campus. Below are some of the staff’s favorites. Shafer at Sundown The carillon atop Shafer Tower is cast in the supernatural glow of an autumn dusk. The carillon tower houses 48 custom-made bells covering four octaves. (Photo by Samatha Strahan) Fall Classic One […]
[dropcap]S[/dropcap]imon Balto joined Ball State’s history department in 2015 with a mission in mind: to bring back the university’s African American Studies minor. “We’re a growing institution with an increasing number of minority students,” Balto said of Ball State, “and because we live in an increasingly diverse world, employers want students who can think in a broader […]
An Indianapolis native, Dustin Gilmer finds a meaningful career working for the city’s Office of Disability Affairs.
‘Adopted’ Ethiopian boy becomes man who wants to bring opportunity and technology to homeland.