With The Broken Plate, Publishing Starts in the Classroom

Ball State’s literary magazine and festival of first books gives students opportunities to become published, learn from debut authors.

New Public Library Director Returns Home

Alumna Akilah Nosakhere returns home to work for the Muncie Public Library and partners with two immersive learning classes to help the community.

Budding Sports Journalists Get Advice from ESPN Anchor John Anderson

SportsCenter’s John Anderson visited Ball State to speak to students and share his knowledge of the media industry and career in sports journalism.

Students’ Social Media Content Helps Power March Madness

Sports Link students partner with NCAA’s March Madness to support social media efforts during the tournaments, curating millions of social impressions.

Students Capture America’s Pastime

Aspiring professional sports journalists cover baseball’s spring training for the Grapefruit League, gaining valuable experience in the field.

Documentary Filmmaker Widens His Lens for Issues That Matter

[dropcap]J[/dropcap]amaal Bell is a powerful visual storyteller. He has an eye for detail, a good sense of aesthetics and the talent to use a camera to tie those together. His mission, though, isn’t only to produce a great documentary but to spur conversations about race, bring people together and create positive change. He used those […]

Students Design, Build a Mobile Greenhouse to Help Urban Farm Flourish

An architecture professor and 17 students undertake the project to extend the growing season of a sustainable 1-acre plot in Indianapolis.