A Fresh Perspective

Becoming more aware of the snap judgments we make about others is an important step in fostering a more inclusive culture.

The Month in Photos: October 2019

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 […]

Science on a Six-String: Physicist Treks From Anderson to ‘Astronomical Rock’

Before the Ball State alum’s Sept. 4 concert at Brown Planetarium, Florida International physics prof James Webb discusses the harmony of music and science.

Old Planetarium Revamped Into Cutting-Edge Studio

The 50-year-old predecessor to Charles W. Brown aims to produce shows for planetariums nationwide, thanks to a partnership that blends science and the arts.

Faculty, Students Access Telescopes the World Over — From Muncie

Powerful lenses off Africa’s northwestern coast and in Arizona and Chile are accessible, thanks to Ball State being in collegiate astronomy research group.