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Flags to fly at half-staff to honor second-longest-serving senator in U.S. history (Dec 19 2012)
Trustees approve 'Education Redefined 2.0: Advancing Indiana' strategic plan, degree (Dec 14 2012)
Flags to fly at half-staff to remember victims of school shooting (Dec 14 2012)
Indiana residents support decriminalizing marijuana, according to WISH-TV/Ball State University Hoosier Survey (Dec 13 2012)
Hoosier Survey finds more Indiana residents support abortion rights (Dec 12 2012)
Hoosier Survey: Majority of Indiana residents want investment in job creation, education over tax cuts (Dec 11 2012)
Flags to fly at half-staff Dec. 7 for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day (Dec 6 2012)
'A Christmas Carol' brings holiday spirit to the Ball State stage (Nov 28 2012)
Economist: 2012 will end with a disappointing holiday season (Nov 28 2012)
New video introduces children to diverse people from the American Revolution (Nov 15 2012)
Accreditation 2013: Review/comment period extended (Nov 15 2012)
Ball State students, alumni awarded prestigious Fulbright scholarships and grants (Nov 14 2012)
Ball State recognized by higher education group for sustainability efforts (Nov 13 2012)
Ball State wins national award for emphasis on wellness in the workplace (Nov 12 2012)
New video game allows fourth-graders to travel along the Underground Railroad (Nov 8 2012)
Ball State artists create 'forest' of light on display in China and Internet (Nov 6 2012)
Accreditation 2013: Will Ball State pass the test? (Nov 5 2012)
Uncomfortable indoor environments linked to migraines (Nov 5 2012)
Ball State University’s glass program to host visiting glass artist lecture (Nov 5 2012)
Ticket Distribution Process for ‘A Conversation with David Letterman and Oprah Winfrey’ (Oct 31 2012)
Holden Strategic Communications Center to launch innovative Unified Media Lab (Oct 18 2012)
Trustees approve revised tuition remission for dependents of university employees (Oct 17 2012)
A Conversation with David Letterman and Oprah Winfrey scheduled for Nov. 26 (Oct 16 2012)
Study: Nearly 31 percent of Hoosiers obese, ranking Indiana as eighth worst (Oct 15 2012)
Flags to fly at half-staff Oct. 16 in honor of former senator (Oct 15 2012)
Wishes, dreams explored through contemporary dance with 'Progress in Motion' (Oct 10 2012)
Estate gift from emeritus vice president and foundation director adds to scholarship (Oct 8 2012)
Ball State student documentary wins award, screens at Indianapolis film festival (Oct 1 2012)
Muncie resident's estate gift increases scholarship funds in journalism, medical education (Sep 28 2012)
Ball State alumna's estate gift increases scholarship fund for Union School Corp. grads (Sep 28 2012)
Study: Indiana's taxes penalize small firms, manufacturers, in-state corporations (Sep 17 2012)
Flags lowered in honor of U.S. ambassador (Sep 13 2012)
Ball State’s theater department brings Tony Award-winning 'Spring Awakening' to stage (Sep 13 2012)
National search finds alumna to lead Ball State University Foundation (Sep 12 2012)
Ballet scholarship established by Ball State dance professor (Sep 12 2012)
Bells to toll, flags to fly at half-staff on Tuesday in honor of Patriot Day (Sep 10 2012)
Muncie resident establishes scholarships for incoming Ball State freshmen (Sep 5 2012)
Presidential advisers to debate Oct. 1 as part of fall speakers lineup at Ball State (Sep 4 2012)
Alumnus creates scholarship in honor of business professor, mentor (Aug 29 2012)
Ball State represented by student, professor at Paralympics (Aug 29 2012)
Flags to be lowered in honor of Neil Armstrong (Aug 28 2012)
Flags lowered in honor of victims of Wisconsin shooting (Aug 7 2012)
Honors College supporters establish scholarship fund (Aug 7 2012)
Ball State hires alumni association head from University of Miami (Aug 6 2012)
Immersive learning group unveils new gifts for Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library (Aug 1 2012)
Ball State returns to the Indiana State Fair (Jul 30 2012)
Ball State to build largest and most sophisticated planetarium in Indiana (Jul 23 2012)
Ball State professor to coach U.S. Paralympics track and field team (Jul 20 2012)
Flags lowered in honor of victims of Colorado shooting (Jul 20 2012)
Trustees approve $4.6 million planetarium, funded by private gifts (Jul 20 2012)
Study: American schools unable to handle teen dating violence (Jul 11 2012)
Ball State's digital, economic experts to participate in national conference (Jul 9 2012)
From Ball State to the Big Apple: 'Circus in Winter' advances in national theater festival (Jun 29 2012)
Collaboration between consortium, Ball State students results in national award (Jun 27 2012)
Prestigious international group honors Ball State's sustainability efforts (Jun 21 2012)
Ball State continues its regional Emmy Awards winning streak (Jun 20 2012)
Owsley Museum of Art to add Asian, ethnographic galleries during yearlong expansion (Jun 14 2012)
Secretary of State Lawson: Ball State plays key role in protecting integrity of voting (Jun 13 2012)
Smoking costs Indiana billions in productivity, health care (Jun 11 2012)
Music for All returns to Ball State with live music, summer camp (Jun 7 2012)
Indiana Academy ranked as one of top high schools in the nation (Jun 6 2012)
Flags to fly at half staff for Memorial Day on May 28 (May 25 2012)
Ball State Alumni Association champion Bob Linson passes away (May 23 2012)
College students to go behind the scenes to cover 2012 London Olympics (May 14 2012)
Ball State announces Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellows for 2012 (May 14 2012)
Flags to fly at half staff for Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 15 (May 11 2012)
Study: Migraines, strokes may be linked to childhood adversity (May 9 2012)
Study: Children tend to perceive obese physicians as less likeable, credible (May 8 2012)
Mathematics major joins ranks of Goldwater Scholars (May 8 2012)
Trustees approve salary increases for most employees, 2012-13 budget plan (May 4 2012)
Nontraditional architecture student wins prestigious Udall Scholarship (May 2 2012)
Construction management program grows, receives national accreditation (May 2 2012)
Accreditation self-study heads into summer stretch (May 2 2012)
Ball State professor named a Fulbright Alumni Ambassador (Apr 30 2012)
Ball State plans new immersive learning lab for hospitality and food management program (Apr 25 2012)
Test 4/24/12 (Apr 24 2012)
Tony Award winner Sutton Foster to address Class of 2012 (Apr 24 2012)
Choreography meets live music for Ball State Dance Theatre performance (Apr 20 2012)
Study: Restructuring local government should focus on special districts (Apr 19 2012)
Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry announces four new fellows for 2012-13 (Apr 18 2012)
Bill Scholl, Notre Dame deputy AD, named Ball State athletic director (Apr 16 2012)
Interactive website, documentary examine Muncie's historic homes, neighborhoods (Apr 12 2012)
Jazz students to perform in China with the Beijing Jazz Orchestra (Apr 9 2012)
Report grades state's counties on factors influencing quality of life, health, economy (Apr 3 2012)
Holmes Scholarship established for business and elementary education students (Apr 2 2012)
Ball State University hosts 19th annual grief conference (Mar 29 2012)
Violinist Clara-Jumi Kang performs at Ball State as part of the Arts Alive series (Mar 23 2012)
Ball State to hold Indiana Association of Nursing Students' annual state convention (Mar 23 2012)
Trustees approve honorary degree for well-regarded Indiana entrepreneur Leland Boren (Mar 23 2012)
Ball State's geothermal system to be dedicated March 20 (Mar 19 2012)
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter wins Pulliam writing award (Mar 15 2012)
Ball State Sports Link to assist with NCAA's March Madness Live (Mar 12 2012)
Slapstick comedy meets classical opera in Ball State's production of 'Lend Me a Tenor' (Mar 12 2012)
Honors College supporters establish endowment to fund senior honors projects (Mar 7 2012)
Alumna establishes three Ball State scholarships (Mar 7 2012)
Study over 145-year period: Murder-suicides occur at home, in close relationships (Mar 6 2012)
Ball State granted rights to develop $10 million Blue Mars virtual world technology (Mar 5 2012)
Lighting design and technology scholarship established in memory of alumna (Mar 5 2012)
Journalism professor emeritus creates family fund for students attending London Center (Mar 2 2012)
Alumna and foundation board member establishes scholarship for outstanding students (Mar 2 2012)
International group honors Ball State for integration of digital media (Mar 1 2012)
English emerita professor promotes research opportunities by establishing award (Mar 1 2012)
Journalism emeritus professor establishes fund to enhance Ball State public relations program (Mar 1 2012)
Former NPower CEO named to Ball State appointment (Mar 1 2012)
Smartphone use by collegians dramatically increases as mobile Internet use soars (Feb 22 2012)
Professor emeritus creates scholarship for aquatic biology and fisheries students (Feb 22 2012)
Speakers' topics range from globalism to education, entertainment to storytelling (Feb 13 2012)
Browse Fall 2011 Graduate and Dean's Lists (Feb 8 2012)
Study: Hoosiers are packing on the pounds faster than the average American (Feb 6 2012)
Update regarding incident near campus today (Feb 3 2012)
Ball State will team with Kentucky universities to build solar house in national contest (Jan 30 2012)
Trustees approve honorary degree for Tony Award-winning actress, singer and dancer Sutton Foster (Jan 27 2012)
Tony Award-winning actress Sutton Foster co-directs Ball State's 'Drowsy Chaperone' (Jan 26 2012)
Architecture professor receives 2011-12 ACSA Distinguished Professor Award (Jan 25 2012)
Study: Indiana's home health care industry grew at a slow, steady rate (Jan 25 2012)
Alumni provide fund for volleyball programs (Jan 24 2012)
College students help design, run first social media center for Super Bowl (Jan 24 2012)
Alumni donate funds to establish fine arts scholarship for Huntington County students (Jan 23 2012)
Alumnus and former vice president furthers legacy by establishing student scholarship (Jan 17 2012)
Alumna donates to establish new Teachers College scholarship (Jan 17 2012)
Study: Right-to-work has minimal impact on manufacturing (Jan 12 2012)
E-textbooks may usher lower costs, improved learning for college students (Jan 10 2012)
Noted political analyst to highlight Ball State's Unity Week (Jan 9 2012)
Trustees consider phased retirement plan, review reports on accreditation and diversity (Dec 16 2011)
Hoosier Survey finds Indiana residents undecided on right-to-work issue (Dec 15 2011)
'The Circus in Winter' invited to perform at regional American College Theater Festival (Dec 15 2011)
Gas prices will impact Indiana's economy in 2012, says economist (Dec 12 2011)
Indiana Sen. Luke Kenley and U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Pratt to be conferred honorary degrees at Ball State's Winter Commencement (Dec 8 2011)
Study: Diabetes among Indiana adults increasing at alarming rate (Dec 8 2011)
Longtime Muncie resident and Ball State alumna bequeaths $740,000 to the Ball State Fund (Dec 8 2011)
Dave+Maddow (Dec 7 2011)
Musical legacies, dance merge in Ball State Dance Theatre's 'Icons in Motion' (Dec 6 2011)
Ball State creates Android app for students to access university information (Dec 6 2011)
Ball State announces unprecedented tuition savings of nearly $6,000, including Completion Scholarship (Nov 29 2011)
Study: Asthma increasing among Indiana adults (Nov 29 2011)
Soccer could improve relations between U.S., Jordan (Nov 21 2011)
Scholarship created in honor of noted Ball State alumnus A. Umit Taftali (Nov 18 2011)
Ball State trades troops for teachers in Iraq and Afghanistan (Nov 14 2011)
David Letterman schedules conversation with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow (Nov 7 2011)
Physics, German double major named Rhodes Scholar finalist (Nov 3 2011)
Ball State University and Indiana University team up to boost educational opportunities for adult learners (Nov 2 2011)
'A Midsummer Night's Dream' brings Shakespeare back to the Ball State stage (Nov 1 2011)
Psychiatric nurses need training to reduce gun-related suicides, homicides (Oct 31 2011)
Study finds many low-income families depend on tax credit program (Oct 19 2011)
Student-produced animated film 'Two Life' included in Heartland Film Festival lineup (Oct 13 2011)
Renowned educators to discuss “How to Be an Effective and Successful Teacher” (Oct 13 2011)
National Society of Collegiate Scholars chapter earns gold-star status (Oct 11 2011)
Students learning how to sync television, tablet computers, cellphones (Oct 10 2011)
Longtime benefactor David Owsley honored for expanding university's cultural horizons (Oct 6 2011)
Indiana ranked 23rd in defense contracts, supporting more than 21,000 jobs (Oct 6 2011)
Million dollar gift to expand Ball State's residential property management program (Oct 5 2011)
Economic turbulence, political uncertainty to dampen holiday sales, says report (Oct 4 2011)
Entrepreneurship Center to streamline military technology commercialization (Sep 29 2011)
Journalists suffer depression, PTSD as other first responders, says book (Sep 28 2011)
Ball State breaks record with more than $210.8 million in Bold campaign (Sep 23 2011)
Trustees concur with University Senate, reduce credit hours for graduation (Sep 16 2011)
The big top hits the stage as 'The Circus in Winter' comes to University Theatre (Sep 15 2011)
College students vote to keep their laptops, but jettison pay television, GPS systems (Sep 13 2011)
CEO of Be the Change, nonprofit for issue-based campaigns, to deliver McGovern Lecture (Sep 13 2011)
U.S. News touts Ball State’s strategic efforts focusing on student success (Sep 13 2011)
Panel to examine broadband’s role in growing the economy (Sep 8 2011)
Alumna creates scholarship fund as legacy to her career, dedication to music (Sep 8 2011)
Exercise key to protecting humans against negative effects of space flight? (Sep 8 2011)
Ball State students, faculty create digital media exhibits for National Road Heritage Site (Sep 8 2011)
Ball State to observe 10th anniversary of 9/11 with series of commemorative events (Sep 6 2011)
New student representative joins Board of Trustees (Aug 30 2011)
Spurring industry growth, Indiana jobs goal of Mobile Indiana (Aug 29 2011)
Scholarship fund for incoming freshmen created by noted alumnus Kent 'Oz' Nelson (Aug 22 2011)
Ball State mourns loss of Jennifer Haskell, injured at state fair stage collapse (Aug 19 2011)
LEEDing the way in sustainability has Ball State seeing STARS (Aug 19 2011)
Rock 'n' roll didn’t kill the USSR, but it created today's post-Soviet elite (Aug 16 2011)
Military 2 Market cited by federal consortium for groundbreaking partnership (Aug 16 2011)
Ball State hopeful for Jennifer Haskell's recovery (Aug 16 2011)
Presidential adviser Axelrod, best-seller Walls among speakers at Ball State this fall (Aug 11 2011)
History and 'heat' of glass factory comes alive with new 3-D virtual living museum (Aug 3 2011)
Telecommunications student’s PSA wins first place in national competition (Jul 29 2011)
Digital policy expertise leads to national stage for Ball State’s Umansky (Jul 28 2011)
Ball State Backyard returns as part of fifth Ball State Day at the 155th Indiana State Fair (Jul 25 2011)
Trustees waive fees for fireman’s children; name museum, greenhouse after benefactors (Jul 22 2011)
Elephants now stand at former Washington Park, home of Indy baseball (Jul 20 2011)
More college students choose Indiana, but will they stay afterward? (Jul 14 2011)
'Experimental' architect named first Design Innovation Fellow at Ball State (Jul 6 2011)
Scholarship opportunity for nontraditional freshmen created by Margaret L. Hosey (Jul 6 2011)
Ball State receives five regional Emmy Awards (Jul 1 2011)
Greening the campus from the top on down (Jun 28 2011)
Nonresidential program at Indiana Academy offers college credit for high school students (Jun 23 2011)
Nation's manufacturing sector should have a record year (Jun 22 2011)
OMG! Rare, exotic orchids on display at Indianapolis Zoo (Jun 22 2011)
Mystery of Ohio’s Fort Recovery solved by students (Jun 21 2011)
Students keep style, function in mind with redesigns of hospital gowns for patients with cancer (Jun 21 2011)
Information systems students net award at international competition held at Ball State (Jun 20 2011)
Trustees set tuition and fees for 2011-12, 2012-13; and budget for 2011-12 (Jun 16 2011)
Pulitzer Prize winners at Ball State (Jun 16 2011)
Sports Link story wins top honors in national contest (Jun 15 2011)
Tuition Forum Presentation: May 31, 2011 (May 31 2011)
Ball State Downtown Dinner Theatre presents ‘A Grand Night for Singing’ (May 24 2011)
Ball State announces public forum, proposed tuition and mandatory fee increases (May 21 2011)
Ball State well-represented in this year's 500 Festival Princess Program (May 20 2011)
Cost of flood damage to Memphis area up to $753 million (May 16 2011)
Fort Wayne Zoo's Australian exhibit takes directions from Ball State (May 11 2011)
Southern Indiana’s charm captured in latest Indiana 500 Tour videos (May 10 2011)
Highlighting Hoosier getaway spots goal of tourism partnership (May 9 2011)
Other student academic achievements in 2011 (May 6 2011)
Trustees discuss tuition restructuring proposal, OK health care plans, museum expansion (May 6 2011)
Virginia Ball Center announces its 2011-12 immersive learning courses (May 5 2011)
Scramble Light street and intersection safety improvement begins May 9 (May 5 2011)
Being named Olmsted Scholarship national finalist a rare feat for Ball State undergrad (May 4 2011)
Ball State's emerging technology expert named one of Apple's top innovators (Apr 28 2011)
Classic fairy tales and fables come to life through dance (Apr 27 2011)
'60 Minutes' correspondent Steve Kroft to give Ball State Commencement address (Apr 22 2011)
Ball State named one of Princeton Review's green colleges for second year in a row (Apr 22 2011)
High quality of Ball State's business programs touted by international organization (Apr 21 2011)
Two Ball State students receive Goldwater Scholarships (Apr 20 2011)
Museum of Art celebrates 75 years of enriching community with visual arts (Apr 20 2011)
Casazza family donates $25,000 to assist Delaware County theater students (Apr 18 2011)
A $30,000 gift was donated to assist student needs (Apr 18 2011)
Ball State University Police Department awarded full accreditation for second time (Apr 12 2011)
Ball State University Museum of Art awarded national accreditation (Apr 12 2011)
Entrepreneurs to provide behind-the-scenes look into Fox Head clothing (Apr 11 2011)
Ball State University hosts 18th annual grief conference (Apr 11 2011)
Debate team wins fourth consecutive national championship and individual awards (Apr 6 2011)
Political science major and hunger relief advocate named Indiana’s Truman Scholar (Apr 1 2011)
College students more connected than ever through their smart phones (Mar 30 2011)
Information systems student earns national scholarship (Mar 28 2011)
Raising the bar: Feedback welcome on NCAA self-study report (Mar 28 2011)
Student journalists win national recognition for Ball State Daily News (Mar 23 2011)
West Africa correspondent for Associated Press wins 2011 Pulliam writing award (Mar 23 2011)
Ball State sends students to national Kennedy Center festival for seventh year in a row (Mar 21 2011)
Popular Broadway show and 1980s movie comes to Ball State University Theatre (Mar 21 2011)
55 new scholarships celebrate success of Ball State Bold campaign (Mar 17 2011)
Interactive Surface technology offers museum visitors a new way to look at archived art (Mar 16 2011)
March Madness on Demand gets assist from Sports Link (Mar 15 2011)
Journalist to discuss impact of global water crisis at March 22 lecture (Mar 15 2011)
Memories of Negro Leagues captured for new documentary, book (Mar 15 2011)
Advancement reins put in familiar hands; Akin named vice president (Mar 14 2011)
Burberry CEO and Ball State alum Angela Ahrendts to speak March 16 (Mar 4 2011)
Physiology and health science scholarship created in honor of retired professor (Mar 3 2011)
Honorary degree approved for art aficionado and benefactor Marilyn K. Glick (Mar 2 2011)
NSF symposium invites experts to explore 'extremely affordable' design (Feb 24 2011)
Series of reports on China's energy, freshwater issues feature Ball State graphics (Feb 22 2011)
Innovative newspaper editors to speak as part of Letterman Lecture Series (Feb 10 2011)
VP Howard comments on winter storm feedback (Feb 3 2011)
Wed., Feb. 2: Ball State closed until 11 a.m., Burris classes canceled (Feb 2 2011)
Ball State classes starting on or after 3:30 p.m. are cancelled for Feb. 1, 2011 (Feb 1 2011)
Wed., Feb. 2: Burris 2 hr. delay; staff report as scheduled (Feb 1 2011)
Be Prepared: Winter Storm Information for Week of Jan. 31, 2011 (Jan 31 2011)
Board of Trustees approves 2011-12 housing and dining rates (Jan 28 2011)
Health science scholarship created in honor of professor (Jan 26 2011)
Scholarship created to honor Joseph W. Jackson, professor emeritus of ac (Jan 25 2011)
Scholarship created to honor June Gadbury Howell (Jan 25 2011)
‘Picnic’ brings a small Kansas town to the Ball State stage this February (Jan 25 2011)
McClain earns President's Medal of Distinction for service to Noblesville (Jan 21 2011)
Hitting the breaks: $4 gas could slow economic recovery (Jan 21 2011)
First of its kind conference focuses on improving higher education in Afghanistan (Jan 18 2011)
Spring speakers cover topics from civil rights to cinema, football to fashion (Jan 11 2011)
Report: Large amount of greenhouse gas found emanating from rivers, streams (Dec 28 2010)
Estopinal appointed as newest trustee; Hall reappointed to board (Dec 28 2010)
NPR host Steve Inskeep speaks about the power of citizenship at December Commencement (Dec 23 2010)
Scholarship created to honor Carl and Marjorie Strohm (Dec 22 2010)
Citation for Tom DeWeese's Medal of Distinction (Dec 20 2010)
Board President Tom DeWeese retires, Hollis E. Hughes Jr. chosen his successor (Dec 17 2010)
Crisis communications program launches first online training (Dec 10 2010)
Student philosophy journal named a model program (Dec 10 2010)
Winter Commencement program features NPR host Steve Inskeep as speaker (Dec 10 2010)
Economist says Indiana should enjoy slow but steady growth in 2011 (Dec 8 2010)
Job creation, education and government efficiency tops concerns for Hoosiers (Dec 2 2010)
Speech pathology and audiology scholarship created by alumnus (Dec 2 2010)
Funds donated to Ball State Fund by alumna (Nov 23 2010)
IDIA Lab launches next-generation immersive learning experience on Blue Mars (Nov 23 2010)
Alternative 'Nutcracker' comes to University Theatre stage in December (Nov 23 2010)
Entrepreneurship students to consult with state's new businesses (Nov 22 2010)
Estate creates fund to assist Miller College of Business (Nov 19 2010)
Interactive TV focus of new collaboration between major industry players and Ball State (Nov 17 2010)
Biology, landscape architecture students named Rhodes Scholarship finalists (Nov 12 2010)
Miller College of Business honors alumni at annual dinner (Nov 10 2010)
Retail sector continues to improve as consumers open their wallets (Nov 9 2010)
Funds donated to early childhood education scholarship named after alumna (Nov 8 2010)
Teachers College hosts Indiana School Transformation Conference Nov. 11 (Nov 8 2010)
Ball State expands international presence with $1 million Afghan grant (Nov 8 2010)
Janice Ball Fisher, 1916-2010 (Nov 4 2010)
Geothermal project reaps award from statewide environmental advocate (Nov 4 2010)
Ball State Police Department applies for reaccreditation (Nov 1 2010)
Nursing and special education scholarships created in honor of two families (Oct 27 2010)
Scholarship created to honor distinguished professor of statistics (Oct 27 2010)
NBC's Today picks University Singers as one of nation's best choirs (Oct 21 2010)
Finding love through the 'Company' you keep hits Ball State stage (Oct 21 2010)
Nationally recognized expert on aging to speak at Ball State’s Kirkpatrick Lecture Series (Oct 19 2010)
Climate commitment earns Ball State national award from college presidents (Oct 14 2010)
21st Century Fund responsible for 11,000 jobs, $427 million in economic activity (Oct 11 2010)
Virginia Ball Center celebrates 10 years of innovative education (Oct 6 2010)
Building financing, staff benefits get Board of Trustees approval (Oct 1 2010)
Internet access brings Romanians new information (Sep 30 2010)
Sports Link to produce content for Fox College Sports (Sep 22 2010)
Letterman/Stone tickets available for campus community (Sep 16 2010)
Elementary education professor earns Rawlings Award for distance education (Sep 13 2010)
Letterman/Stone Priority Ticketing (Sep 13 2010)
Complexity and love evolve on Ball State stage in 'Angels in America' (Sep 9 2010)
Film uncovering the effects of deindustrialization to premiere Sept. 14 (Sep 8 2010)
Energy-efficiency grant will decrease campus electrical demand (Sep 8 2010)
Construction exec offers synergy as students rethink Venice’s transportation hub (Sep 7 2010)
Teachers College brings international education expert Andreas Schleicher to campus (Sep 3 2010)
Tickets for ‘A Conversation with David Letterman and Biz Stone’ available Sept. 11 (Aug 30 2010)
David Letterman schedules return to campus for 'conversation' on social media with Twitter co-founder Biz Stone (Aug 30 2010)
New center is brick and mortar example of Ball State's commitment to wellness (Aug 26 2010)
Comfort and privacy are 'king' for students living in new Kinghorn Hall (Aug 26 2010)
Severity of long-term manufacturing job losses depends on location, industry (Aug 26 2010)
Building Better Communities to offer computer courses (Aug 24 2010)
Damage from Pakistan flooding estimated in the billions (Aug 23 2010)
U.S. News lauds innovative programs, initiatives (Aug 19 2010)
Summer symposium is music to community's ears (Aug 18 2010)
Wall Street comes to campus with new financial training center (Aug 17 2010)
Elementary education scholarship established by alumna (Aug 13 2010)
Republican strategist Rove heads fall speaker lineup (Aug 9 2010)
Check out Ball State Day at the Indiana State Fair (Jul 29 2010)
iPad may make a great play date but still a little pricey for mass market (Jul 28 2010)
Reaching for the 'glass' ring: Ball State readies its new center for glass art (Jul 28 2010)
Sports Link to produce multimedia MAC football highlights throughout 2010 (Jul 26 2010)
Financial aid changes mean increased student opportunities at Ball State (Jul 23 2010)
Ball State receives four regional Emmy Awards (Jul 23 2010)
Ball State begins athletics recertification process required of all NCAA members (Jul 23 2010)
Ball State's WCRD takes home four silver Communicator Awards (Jul 14 2010)
Student bests 445 Army ROTC peers in physical test (Jul 4 2010)
Students immerse themselves in China's culture, produce multimedia projects (Jun 23 2010)
Health care economics to be a focus of university's research, educational priorities (Jun 18 2010)
Nation's manufacturing sector should bounce back in 2011-12 (Jun 18 2010)
Ball State nets $1 million for educational support to Iraqi university (Jun 18 2010)
Smart phones displace computers for more college students (Jun 15 2010)
Natural resources professor honored to receive Lawhead Award (Jun 9 2010)
Contributions to technology earn Ball State another TechPoint Mira award (May 27 2010)
Ball State Downtown Dinner Theatre presents 'The Fantasticks' (May 27 2010)
National study finds disparity in public funding of charter, traditional schools (May 25 2010)
Ball State students win prestigious Fulbright, Udall awards (May 21 2010)
Attention all golfers: Lower expectations = lower scores (May 18 2010)
Students use emerging technology to boost Indiana tourism (May 11 2010)
Angela Ahrendts' Commencement Address: 'From the Heart' (May 8 2010)
Burberry scholarships to develop the next generation of emerging media leaders (May 7 2010)
New general fund budget plan gets Board of Trustees nod (May 7 2010)
Princeton Review names Ball State one of its green colleges (May 6 2010)
Woodrow Wilson Fellows to train to be top teachers of science and math (May 5 2010)
Ball State continues to excel at 18th annual Midwest European Union (May 3 2010)
Quality and customer service key to Ball State Dining winning Ivy Award (May 3 2010)
Students' news story on Gary's economic blues wins national competition (Apr 22 2010)
New telescope will open the skies to astronomers (Apr 20 2010)
Circus life hits the stage as Ball State students adapt Hoosier author's novel into musical (Apr 19 2010)
Successful alumna, generous benefactor of Ball State head graduation program (Apr 19 2010)
Family literacy and enrichment programs net $750,000 grant (Apr 15 2010)
Campanella Scholarship created for students from the northeast region of the United States (Apr 15 2010)
Ball State Dance Theatre brings alive a world of fine arts through dance (Apr 14 2010)
Special correspondent for the Associated Press wins Pulliam writing award (Apr 14 2010)
Family donates gift to create the Lois E. and Carolyn J. Anderson Scholarship (Apr 14 2010)
Variety magazine praises Ball State (Apr 13 2010)
Alumna donates funds to create nursing scholarship (Apr 12 2010)
Newly discovered photos bring Negro Leagues baseball stadium to life (Apr 8 2010)
Virginia Ball Center introduces four new fellows programs for 2010-11 (Apr 8 2010)
Debate team claims top prize and a new individual honor in national competition (Apr 7 2010)
Film premiering at Ball State tells the life of modern architecture great Louis Sullivan (Apr 5 2010)
Hollywood filmmakers learning about Hoosier movie hot spots (Apr 5 2010)
Community members can shape Upland's future (Apr 5 2010)
Ball State a finalist in national bridge design competition, leaving rivals behind (Apr 5 2010)
Ball State recognized for commitment to service (Mar 29 2010)
Eyes of the nation — and the world — on Ball State as geothermal project moves ahead (Mar 29 2010)
Creator of lasagna-loving cat will be honored April 17 at Ball State (Mar 22 2010)
Budget reduction plans approved by Board of Trustees (Mar 19 2010)
Famous French musicians bring Flamenco-inspired music to Ball State (Mar 18 2010)
L.A. Pittenger Student Center rededication ceremony to showcase major improvements (Mar 15 2010)
Entrepreneurship contest seeking next Cinderella story (Mar 15 2010)
REMINDER: Second Campus Forum Scheduled for March 16 (Mar 12 2010)
A spunky flower maid and a strict professor bring music to Ball State (Mar 9 2010)
Ball State hosts seminar on legal impacts of the National Broadband Plan (Mar 9 2010)
Darrell Wible creates scholarship in honor of his late wife, Evelyn Reynolds Wible (Mar 1 2010)
Students seek family members of Alzheimer's patients for educational videos (Mar 1 2010)
Education scholarship established in memory of alumnus and his wife (Mar 1 2010)
Short on money, Ball State alumnae give time to organizing New York City benefit for Haiti relief (Feb 26 2010)
Study: Property tax caps will create jobs, boost economy (Feb 26 2010)
Indy neighborhood chosen to pilot sustainability program with help of CAP:IC (Feb 25 2010)
Longest-serving board member honored with Administration Building naming (Feb 22 2010)
Creating tomorrow's journalists today (Feb 22 2010)
More and better teachers is promise of new agreement between Ball State and Ivy Tech (Feb 16 2010)
Budget Planning Reminder: Campus Forum Feb. 17 (Feb 15 2010)
Innovative course has students rehabbing houses, fighting blight (Feb 15 2010)
Raising the national minimum wage may have cost 550,000 jobs since 2007 (Feb 8 2010)
Ball State becomes charter participant in nation’s first campuswide sustainability program (Feb 8 2010)
Classes cancelled Saturday, February 6, 2010 (Feb 5 2010)
Ball State alumni help bring Super Bowl to Indy (Feb 4 2010)
Shakespeare classic conquers the Ball State stage (Jan 29 2010)
Department of Theatre and Dance receives national recognition for sixth consecutive year (Jan 29 2010)
Room and board rates, Studebaker East renovation approved (Jan 29 2010)
Public relations student to volunteer on world's stage at upcoming Winter Olympics (Jan 27 2010)
Civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson asks, 'How Are We Living the Legacy?' (Jan 26 2010)
Ball State excels in offering services to students with disabilities (Jan 22 2010)
Opening of Fishers Center means more opportunities in Indianapolis area (Jan 22 2010)
Ball State approves the opening of a charter school in southern Indiana (Jan 22 2010)
College of Architecture and Planning students win national competition (Jan 21 2010)
Governor reappoints Ball State University trustees (Jan 15 2010)
Homing in on Hollywood (Jan 13 2010)
A beautiful ogre comes to Ball State (Jan 13 2010)
Professor's research, training contributed to international award for historical park (Jan 12 2010)
'Dean of the civil rights movement' is featured speaker during Unity Week (Jan 11 2010)
Student builds track record of winning videos (Jan 6 2010)
College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State receives distinction for commitment to social justice (Jan 5 2010)
Ball State accounting programs ranked among nation's best (Dec 31 2009)
It's lights, cameras, house slippers for Ball State's new emerging media living-learning community (Dec 30 2009)
Art In Sight encourages museum visitors to take a closer look (Dec 29 2009)
Economist: parts of state will see growth in 2010 as Indiana emerges from recession (Dec 18 2009)
Changes afoot for industrial technology, doctor of education in science programs (Dec 18 2009)
Hoosiers support constitutional amendment for permanent caps on property taxes (Dec 14 2009)
Ball State helps Indianapolis earn national planning award (Dec 14 2009)
NASA astronaut Richard Linnehan to address graduates at Commencement (Dec 8 2009)
Report: Ball State’s landscape architecture program is ‘world-class’ (Dec 4 2009)
Students aim to lure low-income families to local farmers market (Dec 3 2009)
NASA astronaut Richard Linnehan to address graduates at Commencement (Dec 3 2009)
Digital researchers submit broadband policy recommendations to FCC (Dec 3 2009)
Longest-serving network anchor brings nearly 50 years of experience to Letterman lecture (Dec 3 2009)
Ball State dancers 'got rhythm' in “Steppin' Out with Gershwin on a Cole Winter's Night” (Nov 24 2009)
Global organization names Ball State top university for mobile marketing (Nov 23 2009)
Marketing military technology target of Ball State-Navy teams (Nov 23 2009)
“Nothing On” comes to life in the production of “Noises Off” (Nov 17 2009)
International festival crowns 'My Name is Jerry' for best film, soundtrack, supporting actress (Nov 17 2009)
Student-created iPhone application results in major honor from AT&T (Nov 13 2009)
Muncie woman contributes to fund to expand Ball State University Museum of Art (Nov 12 2009)
Dressing up downtown Noblesville (Nov 12 2009)
Study confirms 'cash for clunkers' responsible for spike in auto sales (Nov 10 2009)
Pence set to participate in health care forum Nov. 10 (Nov 6 2009)
Holiday retail sales expected to be at lowest levels in five years (Nov 5 2009)
Exploring where digital media is taking society, business and education (Nov 4 2009)
Research-oriented publications, Web sites pull in national awards (Nov 2 2009)
$5 million boost for nation's largest geothermal initiative (Oct 30 2009)
“Nothing On” comes to life in the production of “Noises Off” (Oct 29 2009)
Partnership with Hallmark Homes for 'Extreme Makeover' build nets scholarships for children, emerging media experience for Ball State students (Oct 28 2009)
Downtown Indianapolis to serve as a laboratory for new master's degree in urban design (Oct 26 2009)
College students fastest growing smartphone segment (Oct 22 2009)
Classes at Burris Laboratory School canceled until Oct. 26 (Oct 20 2009)
Research finds traces of pharmaceuticals in central Indiana waterways (Oct 19 2009)
Findings urge telecom reform, broadband investment to create jobs in Ohio (Oct 15 2009)
Muncie grads get a boost with books (Oct 15 2009)
Digital forensics taking hold as students work with existing, emerging media (Oct 8 2009)
It's home sweet new home for Ball State's Honors College and its students (Oct 8 2009)
Altering release of water could help Wabash River (Oct 8 2009)
Double feature: Heartland Film Festival books two from Ball State (Oct 7 2009)
View Current Graduate and Dean's Lists (Oct 5 2009)
Ball State alumna contributes to scholarship fund in memory of brother (Oct 1 2009)
Grad named top contributor to sustainability discussions sponsored by IBM (Oct 1 2009)
Project 18 tags at Marsh help Hoosiers choose healthy foods (Oct 1 2009)
Technology professor earns Rawlings Award for distance education (Sep 28 2009)
Ball State celebrates 83rd Homecoming (Sep 25 2009)
Ball State named as one of Indiana's healthiest employers (Sep 24 2009)
Entrepreneurship program ranked among best in nation (Sep 23 2009)
Education students learn to incorporate emerging technology in future classrooms (Sep 23 2009)
Former CCIM dean remembered for zest for life, storytelling (Sep 21 2009)
Letterman wins another Emmy as Ball State garners three statuettes (Sep 17 2009)
Ball State puts emerging media skills to use to develop Google applications (Sep 15 2009)
“Hair” brings hippies, peace and love to Ball State stage (Sep 14 2009)
Board approves budgets, startup of Innovation Corp. to speed commercialization (Sep 11 2009)
Schwartz Digital Complex on display for public at first Tech4U on Sept. 17 (Sep 11 2009)
School of Music named one of the ‘Best Music Schools’ for 2010 (Sep 11 2009)
Sharing sustainability expertise at Greening of the Campus in Indianapolis (Sep 9 2009)
'Bold' campaign racing toward record goal (Sep 4 2009)
Legendary storyteller to work with students on producing films (Sep 1 2009)
Three-year trend shows marked improvement for size and quality of student body (Aug 31 2009)
Arts Alive Concert Series brings first rate international performers to Ball State (Aug 28 2009)
Alumna establishes $73,000 endowment for education majors (Aug 28 2009)
Students, staff encouraged to sign up for emergency text messaging (Aug 27 2009)
U.S. News & World Report touts first-year programs, entrepreneurship (Aug 21 2009)
Ball State celebrates completion of DeHority Complex with a grand reopening ceremony (Aug 21 2009)
Gov. Howard Dean, actor/activist Edward James Olmos among fall speakers on campus (Aug 20 2009)
Schedule of fall semester speakers (Aug 20 2009)
Schwartz Complex features international broadcasts, revolutionary technology (Aug 17 2009)
Alumna establishes $73,000 endowment for education majors (Aug 14 2009)
Study: Racinos create mostly low-paying jobs while depressing area incomes (Aug 7 2009)
Expanding state fair's schedule to boost attendance, economic activity, study says (Aug 6 2009)
Delaware County agencies, Ball State to conduct crisis simulation today (Aug 4 2009)
Ball State Day at the Indiana State Fair includes fun, education (Aug 3 2009)
Mother of alumna establishes memorial scholarship in daughter's name (Aug 3 2009)
Delaware County agencies to conduct crisis simulation today (Jul 31 2009)
Consolidation of city, county governments has no impact on economic development (Jul 27 2009)
Free exhibition gives glimpse of mass transit in northeast corridor (Jul 27 2009)
Green Summit suggests Indiana can lead the way (Jul 27 2009)
Board of Trustees agrees on tuition and fees, new budget (Jul 24 2009)
Service Superstar for June (Jul 15 2009)
Alumna contributes to general assistance scholarship for students with financial need (Jul 14 2009)
Online toolset will allow educators to maximize use of Second Life and Blackboard (Jul 13 2009)
Study: Content driving up cost of cable television (Jul 13 2009)
Ball State approves the opening of Discovery Charter School in 2010 (Jul 8 2009)
Vauter joins Board of Trustees as new student representative (Jul 8 2009)
Student speaks on national stage about the dangers of lightning (Jun 29 2009)
Newest addition to campus to be called Thomas J. Kinghorn Hall (Jun 29 2009)
Citation for Tom Kinghorn (Jun 29 2009)
John Fisher's support for Ball State 'unequaled:' President Gora (Jun 29 2009)
Delinquent acts less likely for youths from religious-centered, two-parent homes (Jun 24 2009)
Ball State partners with Peyton Manning, St. Vincent and Marsh (Jun 16 2009)
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Ball State Women's Studies Program (Jun 12 2009)
Fifth Red Carpet department honored (Jun 12 2009)
Service Superstar for May named (Jun 12 2009)
Conferences director receives Jack Thornton Distinguished Service Award (Jun 12 2009)
Ball State's storm chasing team hits the road (Jun 5 2009)
View Current Graduate and Dean's Lists (Jun 1 2009)
Trustees approve promotions and tenure (May 20 2009)
'Broad education perspective' makes Jacobson new Teachers College dean (May 15 2009)
Health insurance premiums, honorary degree busy Board of Trustees (May 14 2009)
Study finds less support for Indiana's cultural events from public, private sectors (May 12 2009)
Theater student recognized at Kennedy Center competition, keeps five-year string intact (May 11 2009)
Sen. Lugar leads off country's largest geothermal energy project (May 8 2009)
Mark your calendar for the annual family picnic (May 8 2009)
History professor honored to receive Lawhead Award (May 8 2009)
Public health measures at Commencement (5/8/09) (May 8 2009)
Best and brightest bagging bigger rewards (May 5 2009)
Energy project to start at senior senator's command Commencement weekend (May 4 2009)
Ball State named Indiana's top school for broadcasting for fourth time in decade (May 4 2009)
Public health measures at Commencement (5/8/09) (May 1 2009)
Public safety notice issued regarding swine influenza (Apr 28 2009)
Indiana Academy offers summer camp programs for advanced students (Apr 24 2009)
Computer science scholarship established in memory of alumnus (Apr 24 2009)
Student Center Tally to begin serving food in August (Apr 24 2009)
Galloping Gourmet to share advice on eating healthy April 29-30 (Apr 24 2009)
Ball State documentary on the National Road debuts with free screenings (Apr 24 2009)
Close up view of Washington changes career plans for Congressional intern (Apr 24 2009)
President to receive Mira Award for Ball State's high-tech success story (Apr 21 2009)
Clarification about LaFollette (Apr 18 2009)
Hollywood actor Doug Jones to attend Muncie screening of 'My Name is Jerry' (Apr 14 2009)
College of Architecture and Planning employs cutting-edge technology to showcase work (Apr 10 2009)
Textbook supplement projects generate revenue while providing students experience (Apr 10 2009)
Ball State seeks nominations for 2009 Indiana Women's Achievement Awards (Apr 10 2009)
Service Superstar for March named (Apr 10 2009)
Third Red Carpet Department honored (Apr 10 2009)
Virtually no competition for Ball State's Second Life film studio (Apr 6 2009)
Public relations students take second place in national case study competition (Apr 6 2009)
Ball State's performance of 'The Full Monty' promises night full of laughs (Apr 6 2009)
'Quintessential teacher and scholar' earns top honors (Apr 3 2009)
Sociologist to be honored for her contributions to teaching (Apr 2 2009)
Research suggests astronauts need more intense workouts to maintain muscle fitness in space (Apr 1 2009)
Report finds manufacturing, logistics are key to economic growth (Mar 31 2009)
Survey finds gaps in sharing emergency information (Mar 31 2009)
America's money coach to provide financial tips to survive bad times (Mar 30 2009)
Ball State announces Pulliam writing award recipient (Mar 27 2009)
Kovert Hawkins architectural design firm creates scholarship (Mar 27 2009)
Alumnus creates mathematical sciences scholarship in honor of his father (Mar 27 2009)
Most-detailed study yet of consumer video viewing suggests some rethinking is in order (Mar 26 2009)
Survey finds smart phones transforming mobile lifestyles of college students (Mar 25 2009)
Grandson of India's late spiritual leader brings message of nonviolence to Ball State (Mar 20 2009)
Nation's top journalism administrator credits fellow faculty, staff for honor (Mar 18 2009)
Next Letterman lecturer urges 'it's time to take journalism back' (Mar 18 2009)
Ball State celebrates Women's Week March 23-28 (Mar 17 2009)
Thanks to Sen. Lugar, Ball State receives funds to continue improvement project (Mar 13 2009)
The timeless art of dance meets emerging media in University Theatre (Mar 13 2009)
Ball State student invited to the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (Mar 13 2009)
Research into interactive television takes leap forward at Ball State with new kit (Mar 11 2009)
Greatest spectacle in business plan contests comes to Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Mar 11 2009)
Publishing Content to the Campus Bulletin Board (Mar 10 2009)
Students use HD movie-making skills to take gritty look at friendship, graffiti (Mar 5 2009)
Virginia Ball Center announces 2009-2010 fellows, immersive learning seminars for 2009-2010 (Mar 3 2009)
Ranking Senate Republican to deliver Ball State's Commencement address (Mar 3 2009)
Residential property management graduates buck trend, net multiple job offers (Mar 3 2009)
University to launch new method of delivering internal electronic communications (Mar 2 2009)
Public service announcements push closed captioning (Feb 25 2009)
Tiny particles the answer to world's biggest problems, says 'World is Flat' author (Feb 25 2009)
Ball State student wins national green building design competition (Feb 20 2009)
Ball State, architecture professionals to examine transit investment, Indianapolis' future (Feb 20 2009)
Letterman Lecture Series launches with look at recent presidential election (Feb 19 2009)
Ball State students explore business solutions in competition (Feb 16 2009)
Colts defensive captain Gary Brackett to speak at Ball State on overcoming adversity (Feb 13 2009)
Alumnus creates mathematical sciences scholarship in honor of his father (Feb 13 2009)
More professionally certified chemists graduate from Ball State (Feb 12 2009)
WIPB-TV will not delay digital switch (Feb 10 2009)
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. suggests 'Our Environmental Destiny' (Feb 9 2009)
Four architecture students named Indiana Architectural Foundation Scholars (Feb 9 2009)
Going geothermal; university plans to install the largest system in the country (Feb 6 2009)
Electronic Field Trip offers schoolchildren a front line education into the Frontier Army (Feb 5 2009)
Study: HR directors will pay more for new workers with emerging media skills (Feb 4 2009)
Study says school administrators increasingly hostile to student media (Feb 2 2009)
Training tool uses videogame format to help BMH nurses adapt to new facility (Feb 2 2009)
Ball State's Opera Theatre performs Mozart's Don Giovanni (Feb 2 2009)
'We beat the king of commercials' (Feb 2 2009)
Hoosier Pie Day on its way (Jan 26 2009)
Consolidating local government agencies could save hundreds of millions of dollars (Jan 26 2009)
Parade of high-profile speakers heading for Ball State (Jan 26 2009)
Department of Technology scholarship established by retired professor (Jan 23 2009)
Ball State brings Oscar Wilde's 'The Importance of Being Earnest' to the stage (Jan 23 2009)
Industrial/labor relations expert to head Ball State's business college (Jan 15 2009)
Ball State Web site named North American Site of the Year by content management provider (Jan 15 2009)
Tourists spend their money in Indiana, creating jobs in various industries (Jan 15 2009)
Emerging media stimulus could create 200,000 jobs in three months (Jan 14 2009)
Ball State to celebrate Unity Week with inaugural flair (Jan 14 2009)
Ball State alumni help bring Super Bowl to Indy (Jan 13 2009)
'World-class' accolades for Ball State's College of Architecture and Planning (Jan 13 2009)
Improvements will make Ball State even more accessible (Jan 13 2009)
Multimedia project examines sobering consequences of driving under the influence (Jan 8 2009)
LaFollette classrooms reopen following fire (Jan 7 2009)
Hoosiers want legislature to attract more jobs, increase efficiency (Jan 5 2009)
Students win international awards for work in the digital arts (Jan 5 2009)
College students say suggestive dancing, too many male guests are signs of danger (Jan 5 2009)
Another charter school to open in fall 2009 (Dec 29 2008)
Crisis communications program partners with national emergency service group (Dec 19 2008)
Board's bond approval supports construction of recreation and wellness facility (Dec 19 2008)
Governor reappoints Hughes to Ball State University Board of Trustees (Dec 18 2008)
Former Cardinals All-Star, NFL Pro Bowl player Blaine Bishop to address graduates (Dec 15 2008)
Buildings evacuated due to gas odor (Dec 12 2008)
UPDATE: All buildings are open (Dec 12 2008)
'Alice in Wonderland' and a world of fairy tales and fantasy come to Museum of Art (Dec 12 2008)
Entrepreneurship professor to head Ball State's nationally ranked center (Dec 12 2008)
School of Music students internationally honored (Dec 11 2008)
Earning top honors at one of the world's leading chamber music competitions (Dec 11 2008)
Entrepreneurship professor to head Ball State's nationally ranked center (Dec 11 2008)
Repp named new vice president for information technology (Dec 8 2008)
Ball State dedicates Mueller Lobby in honor of music professor, wife (Dec 5 2008)
Student documentary to explore challenges faced by sexual assault victims (Dec 4 2008)
Foundation's new chief financial officer brings 30 years of experience (Dec 4 2008)
Emerging Media Initiative invests $17.7 million in growing sector of state economy (Dec 3 2008)
Letterman gives gift, lends name for new endowed speaker series (Dec 1 2008)
Charter bus packages available to MAC championship game (Dec 1 2008)
Bowen Center polling public to help guide state lawmakers (Nov 26 2008)
Students producing college sports for multiple media platforms (Nov 26 2008)
LaFollette classes remain in reassigned locations (Nov 26 2008)
'Big Scheu' to fill for final regular season football game (Nov 24 2008)
Personal iCan health coach will provide lifestyle guidance and support for employees (Nov 20 2008)
The devil comes to University Theatre in the choreography and movement of dance (Nov 20 2008)
LaFollette Complex evacuated (Nov 19 2008)
5:30 P.M. NOV. 19: Classes relocated due to LaFollette fire (Nov 19 2008)
'My Name is Jerry' star returns to campus (Nov 18 2008)
EMERGING MEDIA: Football fans sounding off thanks to new emerging media application (Nov 14 2008)
'Three's Company' star Joyce Dewitt returns to campus (Nov 14 2008)
Red Bull gives Ball State student 'extreme' opportunity to sky dive, base jump (Nov 14 2008)
Student group organizes baby drive (Nov 14 2008)
Alumni give $50,000 for elementary education scholarships (Nov 14 2008)
Rising business owner named top entrepreneur by Ball State (Nov 5 2008)
Alumni Association hosts events in Second Life (Nov 5 2008)
Intergraph Corp. gives $4.2 million worth of GIS software to Ball State (Nov 5 2008)
Ball State is one of first 15 schools nationwide to start a Student United Way chapter (Nov 5 2008)
International students gather in Second Life to design real-life surge hospital (Nov 5 2008)
Tennessee Williams' experimental 'Camino Real' comes to University Theatre (Nov 4 2008)
National organization touts Ball State's reports on manufacturing, logistics (Oct 31 2008)
Cardinal Communications receives national Outstanding Chapter Firm award (Oct 31 2008)
Online doctoral degree in nursing gains nationwide interest (Oct 31 2008)
Ten Miller College of Business alumni receive career achievement awards (Oct 29 2008)
EMERGING MEDIA: Students immerse themselves in emerging media by launching webisodes (Oct 29 2008)
Ball State celebrates Islamic Awareness Week (Oct 24 2008)
Center for Middletown Studies to host a discussion about Muncie's economy (Oct 24 2008)
When it comes to marketing, e-mail, direct mail rule over social networks (Oct 23 2008)
Study finds students skew poverty rates in some college towns (Oct 23 2008)
'Inbox full' to be a problem of the past with Ball State's new e-mail offerings (Oct 23 2008)
It's not TV: Indiana Court of Appeals panel to hold hearing on Ball State campus (Oct 23 2008)
Former educators leave $1.6 million to assist Ball State (Oct 22 2008)
Ascending entrepreneurs to be honored Nov. 1 by Ball State (Oct 22 2008)
Ball State and technology: Two peas in an iPod (Oct 17 2008)
Kiwi magazine recognizes Ball State for second year as 'eco-minded school' (Oct 17 2008)
Filling industry niches has helped college grow in leaps and bounds (Oct 15 2008)
Purdue University professor donates prized orchids to Ball State (Oct 15 2008)
Annual Petty Memorial Lecture to feature Cincinnati Art Museum director (Oct 15 2008)
Milestones in Darrell Wible's career (Oct 15 2008)
WiMAX going mobile (Oct 14 2008)
Irish eyes smile upon Ball State student's digital tracking project (Oct 14 2008)
Six women to receive 2008 Indiana Women of Achievement Awards on Oct. 15 (Oct 13 2008)
Ball State's Family Weekend offers comedy, sports, arts and more (Oct 9 2008)
Ball State students take second place in team selling competition (Oct 9 2008)
College of Architecture and Planning hosts international conference (Oct 9 2008)
Human Performance Lab featured in BBC documentary (Oct 3 2008)
Internationally acclaimed artists to headline Arts Alive Concert Series (Oct 3 2008)
India in Indiana Family Day offers exhibit of Indian miniature paintings (Oct 3 2008)
Bus trip to SOFA Exposition in Chicago (Oct 3 2008)
Students cheer for the Indianapolis Colts (Oct 3 2008)
International work with 'leftover places' yields $10,000 cash, no strings attached (Oct 1 2008)
Employers may have cut 160,000 jobs last summer when forced to pay more (Oct 1 2008)
Ball State's Electronic Field Trip celebrates 100 years of 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' (Oct 1 2008)
Homecoming Bed Race 2008 (Sep 29 2008)
Digital Policy Institute hosts conference on digital policies and regulation (Sep 26 2008)
Scholarships to help education, music, science students (Sep 26 2008)
Take the Life Health Assessment before Oct. 30 and get $50 gift certificate (Sep 26 2008)
Early childhood education scholarship established in memory of professor (Sep 26 2008)
Graduate student wins national Student of the Year award from PR News (Sep 26 2008)
National Wildlife Federation praises Ball State as a model of sustainability (Sep 24 2008)
Ball State celebrates 82nd Homecoming (Sep 22 2008)
Bob Palmer (Sep 22 2008)
Ball State Career Center bucks declining career recruitment national trend (Sep 19 2008)
School of Music hits high note (Sep 19 2008)
Steve Bell tops off career with lifetime achievement award (Sep 19 2008)
Quoted: Gora, Hicks, Marquez and more (Sep 19 2008)
Burris exchange program celebrates 10th anniversary (Sep 19 2008)
Children's art classes explore comics, animation, entertainment (Sep 18 2008)
Ball State's entrepreneurship program moves up in rankings (Sep 16 2008)
Study finds that teachers are fighting to stay awake in the classroom (Sep 16 2008)
Animal conservationist to address international audience from Ball State (Sep 16 2008)
Ball State president to moderate one of three upcoming gubernatorial debates (Sep 12 2008)
Ball State chef to demonstrate award-winning dish creation for Cooking Live! program (Sep 12 2008)
President Gora makes Indianapolis media tour (Sep 12 2008)
Career in apartment management nets national award for Ball State professor (Sep 12 2008)
Study finds America's aging boomers need to add muscle mass before it's too late (Sep 12 2008)
Distance education pioneer earns Rawlings Award (Sep 11 2008)
New institute helps build better communities (Sep 11 2008)
By Indiana County (Sep 10 2008)
Acclaimed author and journalist Elizabeth Kolbert visits Ball State campus (Sep 8 2008)
Ball State kicks off largest capital campaign in university's history (Sep 5 2008)
Estate gift to assist Ball State in recruiting top faculty in business (Sep 5 2008)
Music Instruction Building lobby renamed to honor professor, wife (Sep 5 2008)
'Violet' brings her lessons of life, quest for beauty to University Theatre (Sep 5 2008)
Ball State police officers graduate from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (Sep 5 2008)
Museum of Art to present Indian miniature paintings from the David T. Owsley Collection (Sep 5 2008)
New options available to help with on-campus parking, high gas prices (Aug 29 2008)
Faculty members recognized for outstanding teaching, service and more (Aug 29 2008)
University receives federal funding for a Ball State-Brazil exchange to study sustainability (Aug 29 2008)
New dean of Rinker Center is flying high and hitting the ground running (Aug 29 2008)
Pence hails education grant for Ball State (Aug 27 2008)
U.S. News & World Report ranks Ball State as one of the top innovators in nation (Aug 22 2008)
President Gora's 2008 fall faculty convocation speech (Aug 21 2008)
Ball State student competes against professionals, wins international honor (Aug 20 2008)
Second Life installation newest creation from Ball State digital artists (Aug 20 2008)
Estate gift to benefit Ball State students studying business, fine arts (Aug 11 2008)
Studying endangered Indiana bats may one day help save the species (Aug 7 2008)
Ball State Backyard goes digital (Aug 7 2008)
Emerging media initiatives earn multiple honors in prestigious national competition (Aug 5 2008)
Princeton Review ranks Ball State 'Best in the Midwest' for a fourth time (Aug 1 2008)
Indiana scores an A when it comes to manufacturing, logistics (Jul 30 2008)
Researchers study how people use Google to find health care information (Jul 30 2008)
Ball State alumna leaves $50,000 to fund scholarship for business students (Jul 22 2008)
Detailed budgets, legislative requests approved by Board of Trustees (Jul 18 2008)
Immersive learning project earns Computerworld kudos (Jul 16 2008)
Telecommunications professor to teach Greek students about documentaries (Jul 15 2008)
Associate dean named assistant to Provost Terry King (Jul 9 2008)
Ball State's Web site earns multiple recognitions (Jul 7 2008)
Museum of Art plans 'cool' Family Day (Jul 7 2008)
Emergency response exercises to be conducted on campus (Jul 3 2008)
Ball State students gain competitive career edge with professional certification (Jul 3 2008)
Purchasing Office gives away multifunctional printer (Jul 3 2008)
Ball State celebrates with Family Picnic (Jul 3 2008)
Professor celebrates 25th year since founding international society studying influential medieval woman (Jul 3 2008)
Ball State nominated for nine regional Emmys (Jun 23 2008)
Brilliant 'Impromptu' rendition wins national music competition (Jun 20 2008)
Ball State instructor aims to create ride-share program for employees (Jun 20 2008)
Students help Special Olympics athletes focus on wellness (Jun 19 2008)
Five Ball State students receive prestigious national scholarships (Jun 18 2008)
Ball State's WCRD takes home three gold and four silver Communicator Awards (Jun 18 2008)
Office of the Provost select six faculty members for administrative internships (Jun 18 2008)
Estate of physical education alumna donates funds for scholarship in her name (Jun 16 2008)
Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry receives funding gift (Jun 16 2008)
Five new public charter schools approved to open in 2009 (Jun 12 2008)
Sweden recognizes Ball State professor for assisting one of its universities (Jun 9 2008)
Instructor humbled to receive Lawhead Award (Jun 6 2008)
Graduate student earns national recognition as a top student journalist (Jun 6 2008)
The Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry announces 2008-09 fellows, immersive learning seminars (Jun 6 2008)
Ball State students discuss e-mail issues at a national conference (Jun 6 2008)
Ball State's Summer Chorus seeking local singers for upcoming concert (Jun 6 2008)
Estate of physical education alumna donates funds for scholarship in her name (Jun 6 2008)
Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry receives funding gift (Jun 6 2008)
President Gora travels to Asia (Jun 6 2008)
Preserving the Army's 'Big Red One' (Jun 3 2008)
New Health Fellows program promotes workplace wellness (Jun 2 2008)
Ball State film team producing documentary about Indiana's utopian experiment (May 28 2008)
Helen Sornson Elementary Education Scholarship Fund receives contributions from a family estate (May 23 2008)
Ball State Construction Management Advisory Board establishes new scholarship (May 23 2008)
Ball State students win award at European Union simulation (May 23 2008)
Book showcases nation's best sustainability practices at colleges and universities (May 22 2008)
Ball State Downtown Dinner Theatre presents 'Nunsense' (May 22 2008)
Study finds more emergency training, defibrillators needed at pools (May 22 2008)
Business leader provides $1.4 million licensing agreement to Ball State (May 19 2008)
Ball State news professionals and students honored by journalism group (May 12 2008)
Latest student project solidifies partnership between university, state agency (May 12 2008)
Ball State's Bowen Center to investigate Indiana's voting systems (May 9 2008)
Open enrollment for employee continues through May 30 (May 8 2008)
Former Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson joins Ball State faculty (May 8 2008)
New and established writers contribute to online literary magazine launched by Ball State professors (May 8 2008)
Employees opt for two wheels—not four—to Bike to Work on May 16 (May 6 2008)
Indiana Academy offers hands-on summer camp programs (May 6 2008)
Save the date for Ball State's fourth annual Family Picnic (May 6 2008)
A bright future ahead of him (May 6 2008)
Board of Trustees OKs salary increases as part of new $290 million budget plan (May 2 2008)
Ball State's Board of Trustees approves faculty tenure, promotions (May 1 2008)
New student-produced videos taking zoo visitors behind the scenes (Apr 29 2008)
Ball State judo team member wins silver medal at championship (Apr 28 2008)
Assistant secretary of education to speak at commencement ceremony honoring three others (Apr 23 2008)
Student wins scholarship, Ball State a car in national video contest on alternative fuels (Apr 22 2008)
Theater student wins prestigious scholarship as winner of national acting competition (Apr 22 2008)
New study could lead to improvement in placement of companion animals (Apr 22 2008)
Ball State's Bowen Center receives $1 million from Lilly Endowment (Apr 21 2008)
Electronic Field Trips program celebrates Earth Day with a virtual visit to the Everglades (Apr 21 2008)
Entrepreneur visits campus for screening of his film, 'Two Million Minutes' (Apr 18 2008)
Ball State's graduate program in education ranked among nation's best by U.S. News (Apr 16 2008)
Obama campaign comes to Ball State (Apr 12 2008)
Barack Obama visits Ball State (Apr 12 2008)
Indianapolis could reap $365 million if it lands Super Bowl, Ball State study finds (Apr 11 2008)
Earth Week activities scheduled for April 21-25 (Apr 11 2008)
Debate team claims second national title since 2005 (Apr 11 2008)
Presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama plans weekend campaign stop on campus (Apr 10 2008)
Students travel to Guatemala to provide medical care to those in need (Apr 10 2008)
New chief investment officer position created for Ball State University Foundation (Apr 10 2008)
Daily News named one of nation's best college publications (Apr 10 2008)
Sursa family organ concert series to conclude April 13 with performance by Yoon-Mi Lim (Apr 9 2008)
PooYou.com creator claims first place in student business plan competition (Apr 9 2008)
Combining pain relievers with weight training may increase muscle strength, mass (Apr 7 2008)
Nature publishes biology study co-authored by Ball State researcher (Apr 7 2008)
College Bowl team advances to national competition for first time in university history (Apr 4 2008)
Ball State chef wins regional cooking competition with striped bass, polenta dish (Apr 4 2008)
Alumnus commissions sculpted portrait of his favorite Ball State educator, Alice Nichols (Apr 3 2008)
Veteran Ball State faculty member named dean of College of Applied Sciences and Technology (Apr 3 2008)
New study finds that newspaper blogs fail to increase public dialogue (Apr 2 2008)
Estate provides gift to Benjamin V. Cohen Memorial Fund (Apr 1 2008)
Belly dancing heightens the sense of spirituality for women (Mar 31 2008)
Digital fabrication debuts at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (Mar 31 2008)
Ball State names associate provost for research and dean of Graduate School (Mar 31 2008)
University Singers to perform at 44th annual Spectacular (Mar 31 2008)
Journalism department's lecture series features 2008 Pulliam Writing Award winner (Mar 28 2008)
Researcher believes Web site can change young people’s habits (Mar 27 2008)
Kids around the world will be 'flying high' during Ball State's Electronic Field Trip (Mar 27 2008)
Clinton comes to Ball State (Mar 27 2008)
Ball State hosts fifth annual copyright conference (Mar 26 2008)
Martin, Bobby and Ball State: Remembering RFK's visit to campus in 1968 (Mar 25 2008)
Chelsea Clinton on the stump at Ball State (Mar 24 2008)
Calling all actors and production crew, the big screen is coming to Indiana (Mar 21 2008)
Trustees approve new health insurance rates and Beneficence Pledge (Mar 21 2008)
Digital imagination symposium on teaching kids to read in the digital age set for April 2 (Mar 20 2008)
Second Life success stems from real-life expertise (Mar 20 2008)
Student entrepreneurs to give business plans the 'once around' (Mar 17 2008)
Freshman Brady Knepp featured in '100 Young Americans' (Mar 12 2008)
Birthday bash salutes former governor Otis ‘Doc’ Bowen (Mar 11 2008)
Illegal downloads and file-sharing low at Ball State thanks to proactive approach (Mar 10 2008)
Adapting cell phones, media players for interactive applications is aim of project (Mar 6 2008)
Family and consumer sciences scholarship established by alumna's estate (Mar 6 2008)
Economics scholarship established by professor Chu-Yuan Cheng (Mar 6 2008)
University College accepts nominations for Lawhead Teaching Award (Mar 5 2008)
Students get their slice of the pie — Hoosier pie, of course (Mar 4 2008)
National sustainability program offers comprehensive green plan for campuses (Mar 4 2008)
Ball State University Theatre presents 'Into the Woods' (Feb 29 2008)
Ball State's public relations program part of national listing (Feb 27 2008)
Dr. Seuss-themed children's literacy program to include games, activities (Feb 27 2008)
Ball State offers fair for employees, spouses with diabetes (Feb 27 2008)
Research replaces complex medical documents with interactive program (Feb 27 2008)
Kinsey Institute research fellow to deliver annual Dr. John P. McGovern Lecture (Feb 27 2008)
Ball State journalism professor featured in book about Wisconsin student newspaper (Feb 27 2008)
Ball State students creating crisis communications protocol for state agency (Feb 27 2008)
Report finds telecommunications industry reform creating new jobs in state (Feb 26 2008)
National honor society Omicron Delta Kappa accepts membership applications (Feb 26 2008)
J-Ideas hosts First Amendment seminar in Chicago (Feb 26 2008)
How people consume video across various platforms, locations is focus of new study (Feb 25 2008)
First Symphony plays to a new audience (Feb 25 2008)
Ball State dean discusses digital 'export' with Mexican universities (Feb 22 2008)
Kodak donates $300,000 worth of advanced publishing software to Ball State (Feb 22 2008)
Kids around the world get a whale of a lesson during Ball State's next Electronic Field Trip (Feb 21 2008)
Ball State wins inaugural of Blackboard Greenhouse Grant for Virtual Worlds (Feb 21 2008)
Ball State School of Nursing helps prepare more RNs for Miller's Health Systems (Feb 21 2008)
Third annual Native American Film Series begins Feb. 19, includes four films (Feb 19 2008)
Planetarium features journey across solar system (Feb 19 2008)
Week of Action provides Ball State students opportunities for community involvement (Feb 19 2008)
Burkhardt lecture features Mellon professor from Johns Hopkins University (Feb 19 2008)
Fox News analyst and 'resident liberal' Juan Williams slated to speak (Feb 15 2008)
Campus Safety Reminders from Student Affairs VP (Feb 15 2008)
Ball State to host higher education sustainability summit (Feb 13 2008)
Jazz recording artist to conclude Arts Alive series (Feb 13 2008)
Student-produced, high-definition film premieres at IMAX March 22 (Feb 13 2008)
Chemistry scholarship created to honor retired professor Park Wiseman (Feb 13 2008)
Ball State student from Richmond, Ind., receives scholarship (Feb 13 2008)
Heart Month at Ball State includes four programs (Feb 8 2008)
Ball State extends nationally recognized public relations program to Indianapolis (Feb 8 2008)
Automatically adjusting car seat system aims to make driving more comfortable (Feb 8 2008)
Economics scholarship established by professor Chu-Yuan Cheng (Feb 8 2008)
Central Indiana Clean Cities Alliance gives Ball State award (Feb 6 2008)
Broadway actor Tony Hagopian to star in 'Love's Labour's Lost' (Feb 5 2008)
Sexual Assault Awareness Week begins Feb. 4, features four days of programs (Feb 5 2008)
Seminars at Ball State to examine the concept of race from five different perspectives (Feb 5 2008)
Actuarial science scholarship established by AEGON (Feb 5 2008)
Board elects new officers, approves honorary degrees for former faculty member Steve Bell and alumnus Niel Ellerbrook (Jan 25 2008)
Ball State's Opera Theatre presents 'Julius Caesar in Egypt' (Jan 25 2008)
Ball State students learn by teaching art to kids (Jan 25 2008)
Ball State's theater department three-peats prestigious national honor (Jan 25 2008)
Women 3.0 ranks Ball State's MBA program for entrepreneurship in top 50 (Jan 25 2008)
National magazine recognizes Ball State Daily News for podcasts, columnist (Jan 25 2008)
University pulls together to raise $186,000 for the Delaware County United Way (Jan 25 2008)
Ball State's Career Center gives tips on writing recommendations (Jan 25 2008)
On the Frontlines of an Iraq ER (Jan 22 2008)
Ball State's good customer service to get better (Jan 22 2008)
Landscape architecture again ranked among nation's best (Jan 18 2008)
Bowen Center awarded grant to assess strategies for improving elections (Jan 18 2008)
A full day of events planned at Ball State for nationwide global warming conference (Jan 18 2008)
Professor counsels ex-child soldiers, survives dangers in western Africa (Jan 17 2008)
Ball State's Department of Art to offer children's art classes (Jan 17 2008)
Ball State to remember Martin Luther King with speakers, special events (Jan 15 2008)
Edgy production blends theatrical elements to tackle racial stereotypes and concepts (Jan 15 2008)
Ball State to bring best-selling authors to 30,000 schools (Jan 15 2008)
Governor appoints Ball State University trustees (Jan 4 2008)
Ball State receives $1 million estate gift for scholarship program (Dec 31 2007)
Ball State chapter extends winning run (Dec 31 2007)
Ball State approves four more new public charter schools to open in fall 2008 (Dec 21 2007)
Ball State named partner to place top teachers in high need areas (Dec 20 2007)
Winter Commencement Photo Gallery (Dec 18 2007)
Provost King honored in Japan (Dec 18 2007)
Branding study finds young adults rank Christmas as their favorite holiday (Dec 14 2007)
Ball State sets Indiana first with accreditation for police force (Dec 14 2007)
General smoking ban and new Core Curriculum on the way (Dec 14 2007)
December graduation ceremonies still on (Dec 14 2007)
Winter Commencement moves to Saturday, welcomes presidential science advisor (Dec 7 2007)
Ball State Museum of Art to host Japanese art exhibits (Dec 6 2007)
Ball State economists predict Indiana's economy will net 47,000 new jobs in 2008 (Dec 5 2007)
Ball State students creating marketing plan for Indiana's railroad museum (Dec 5 2007)
Ball State's Electronic Field Trip pays tribute to the Little Rock Nine on Dec. 4 (Nov 30 2007)
Students at the Center for Media Design create virtual reality media browser (Nov 28 2007)
Ball State to study ways to prevent recruits' leg injuries, keeping soldiers healthy (Nov 28 2007)
Ball State pioneers WiMAX research; benefits Midwest and beyond (Nov 27 2007)
Ball State's computer repair service gets new look (Nov 20 2007)
Ball State students and faculty honored with awards at Harvest Moon Film Festival (Nov 20 2007)
Ball State's president honored as one of Indiana's most influential women (Nov 15 2007)
QuickClinic open house Nov. 15 for Ball State employees (Nov 8 2007)
Study finds Ball State makes Muncie nation's most affordable college town (Nov 7 2007)
Ball State University Foundation named Small Nonprofit of the Year (Nov 6 2007)
Ball State to honor highly successful entrepreneurs with Ascent Award Nov. 10 (Nov 6 2007)
Renowned education author Jonathan Kozol to speak at Ball State (Nov 2 2007)
Ball State to showcase digital projects Nov. 5-8 (Nov 2 2007)
Author James Loewen to present research on 'sundown towns' (Nov 1 2007)
Alumnus returns to Ball State as part of Chanticleer (Nov 1 2007)
Lisa Ling, host of National Geographic 'Explorer,' to speak at Ball State Nov. 8 (Nov 1 2007)
Ball State creates new position focusing on economic development (Oct 26 2007)
Center for Media Design to open new research facility in the Big Apple (Oct 26 2007)
Ball State's First Amendment advocate honored by high school press group (Oct 25 2007)
Ball State's Nutrition Lab offers help to faculty, staff (Oct 24 2007)
Ideas wanted: Deadline approaches for entrepreneurship competition (Oct 23 2007)
Text messaging test set for week of Oct. 29 (Oct 22 2007)
Interdisciplinary Ball State team helps community partner with water quality education (Oct 22 2007)
Ball State's Entrepreneurship Center receives excellence in teaching award (Oct 22 2007)
Ball State to be first Apple training center in Indiana (Oct 22 2007)
Ball State student projects honored at homeland security conference (Oct 18 2007)
Friendship leads classical guitar professor to make eighth musical appearance in Taiwan (Oct 18 2007)
Ball State University Foundation executive earns specialized financial designation (Oct 18 2007)
Ball State's educational leadership department ranked 11th in the nation (Oct 17 2007)
Ball State, Ball Memorial Hospital developing diabetes information videos (Oct 16 2007)
Ball State University Museum of Art to sponsor Days of the Dead Family Day (Oct 15 2007)
Ball State listed in top 20 in Entrepreneur magazine's 2007 rankings (Oct 12 2007)
Ball State offers free reading enrichment program for first- through third-graders (Oct 11 2007)
Ball State's 'Art of Jazz Series' returns for 22nd season with new director (Oct 11 2007)
Ball State's Electronic Field Trip season kicks off in Grand Teton National Park (Oct 11 2007)
Six Hoosier women will receive 2007 Indiana Women of Achievement Award Oct. 17 (Oct 11 2007)
'The Human Faustus Project' debuts at University Theatre, written by Ball State students (Oct 11 2007)
Ball State University Museum of Art to host lecture delivered by benefactor David Owsley (Oct 11 2007)
Ball State employees to visit Thailand (Oct 11 2007)
Indianapolis couple funds scholarship to benefit Ball State students (Oct 10 2007)
Ball State's Center for Organizational Resources, International Center earn national award (Oct 10 2007)
Ball State pipe organ concert series begins Oct. 14 (Oct 9 2007)
Sociology professor grateful to peers who nominated her for Lawhead Award (Oct 5 2007)
Ball State's Something Else to air comedy sketch on the CW's 'Online Nation' (Oct 4 2007)
'Back to school' for some professors means improved courses at Ball State (Oct 4 2007)
Record applications, brighter students and new facilities factor in to Ball State fall enrollment (Oct 4 2007)
Ball State instructor warms up for national SPAM championship (Oct 4 2007)
Efforts to get kids into science garner award for Ball State student organization (Oct 4 2007)
SPAM recipe (Oct 4 2007)
Ball State student team finishes second in national contest (Oct 3 2007)
Ball State receives $2.5 million grant to train emergency communications personnel (Oct 3 2007)
Ball State study finds that top distance runners stay healthier longer (Oct 3 2007)
Ball State's immersive learning benefits from Shafer Foundation $1 million gift (Sep 28 2007)
Ball State music professor to sing national anthem at Indianapolis Colts game (Sep 28 2007)
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O'Neal Smitherman leaving Ball State, Phil Repp taking over in interim (Sep 27 2007)
Ball State's Mitchell Place Studio to reopen Oct. 3 (Sep 27 2007)
Ball State will 'Roll out the Red' for Homecoming 2007 (Sep 26 2007)
ArtsWalk brings artists, community to downtown Muncie (Sep 26 2007)
Ball State's dining services finished third in nutrition-innovation contest (Sep 26 2007)
Ball State student walks 820 miles for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts (Sep 26 2007)
Ball State begins a new exchange program with a university in India (Sep 26 2007)
Ball Bearings wins first place in national magazine contest (Sep 25 2007)
'Extreme Makeover:' Web site edition (Sep 24 2007)
Ball State receives commitment to diversity award for second consecutive year (Sep 21 2007)
Ball State examines daily media consumption by teens (Sep 20 2007)
Florida couple bequeaths nearly $230,000 to Ball State's Miller College of Business (Sep 20 2007)
Governor's Award for Tomorrow's Leaders presented to Multicultural Center official (Sep 20 2007)
National education critic Arthur Levine to speak at Ball State (Sep 20 2007)
'The Wild Party' brings scandalous, tragic 1920s story to University Theatre (Sep 20 2007)
Ball State professor honored as top teacher in graphics, printing (Sep 19 2007)
Author of 'The Color of Water' to speak at Emens Auditorium (Sep 19 2007)
Constitution Day programs set for Sept. 17 (Sep 14 2007)
Ball State's Department of Art to offer popular Saturday children's art classes (Sep 14 2007)
More businesses expected for Ball State's Fall Career Fair 2007 (Sep 14 2007)
Season tickets available for Ball State chefs' monthly cooking demonstrations (Sep 14 2007)
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences earns accreditation (Sep 14 2007)
Ball State is named as one of the nation's top green universities (Sep 14 2007)
Ball State receives Emmys and retired professor honored for lifetime achievements (Sep 14 2007)
Ball State's entrepreneurship program makes top 25 list by Fortune Small Business (Sep 14 2007)
David Letterman praises Ball State on Oprah Winfrey's show (Sep 14 2007)
Students win national honor for 'eco' video game (Sep 14 2007)
Ball State's interior design program receives national accreditation (Sep 11 2007)
World-class musicians headline Arts Alive Concert Series (Sep 11 2007)
Students encouraged to sign up for Business Fellows projects (Sep 7 2007)
David Letterman 'thrilled' to be a lasting part of Ball State (Sep 7 2007)
Shuttle bus and parking regulations altered for Letterman dedication ceremony (Sep 6 2007)
Career Center offers professional development programs for students (Sep 5 2007)
Letterman perceptive, friendly, reports Ball State senior (Sep 5 2007)
Ball State invites best-selling author for Kirkpatrick Lecture Series (Sep 5 2007)
Ball State's annual Family Weekend offers fun for film, football and Pink Floyd fans (Sep 5 2007)
Miller College of Business invites AOL account executive as speaker (Sep 5 2007)
Ball State professors win Indiana Campus Compact service-learning fellowships (Sep 5 2007)
Federal judge to visit campus for Constitution Day (Sep 5 2007)
Ball State University Museum of Art exhibits abstract expressionist paintings (Sep 5 2007)
Ball State's Letterman building provides for a leading-edge education (Aug 31 2007)
U.S. News and Princeton Review recognize Ball State for academic excellence (Aug 31 2007)
Ball State sponsors seventh Greening of the Campus (Aug 31 2007)
Career Center presents graduate school panel discussion (Aug 31 2007)
Center for Organizational Resources to offer computer skills courses (Aug 31 2007)
Ball State offers conversational Spanish courses in Indianapolis, Fishers (Aug 31 2007)
Ball State community encouraged to enroll in new emergency text message service (Aug 30 2007)
Ball State Readies Welcome for Honoree David Letterman (Aug 29 2007)
Schedule for the David Letterman Communication and Media Building dedication (Aug 28 2007)
Back on Campus with David Letterman (Aug 28 2007)
World-class facilities, faculty, and students (Aug 28 2007)
Media Inquiries (Aug 28 2007)
Campus alert procedures get attention of Ball State trustees (Aug 28 2007)
Renovated Scheumann Stadium reopens (Aug 27 2007)
David Letterman Communication and Media Building photo gallery (Aug 27 2007)
Department of Architecture lecturer to discuss sprawl and mass-transit issues Aug. 27 (Aug 24 2007)
Libraries working group to place materials on Second Life (Aug 24 2007)
Start where you are, get where you want to be in terms of fitness (Aug 24 2007)
Ball State's Scheumann Stadium grand opening celebration and dedication on Aug. 28 (Aug 24 2007)
Advanced design, healthy environment promotes student interaction within Park Hall (Aug 22 2007)
The Park family legacy (Aug 22 2007)
A green hall (Aug 22 2007)
Eight Ball State faculty members receive awards for outstanding work (Aug 17 2007)
Outstanding Faculty Award (Aug 17 2007)
Outstanding Junior Faculty Member (Aug 17 2007)
Outstanding Administrative Service Award (Aug 17 2007)
Outstanding Faculty Service Award (Aug 17 2007)
Outstanding Faculty Academic Advising Award (Aug 17 2007)
Outstanding Creative Endeavor Award (Aug 17 2007)
Outstanding Research Award (Aug 17 2007)
Outstanding Teaching Award (Aug 17 2007)
Provost Terry King's 2007 fall faculty convocation speech (Aug 17 2007)
First-year experiences earn Ball State a place among 'America's Best Colleges' (Aug 17 2007)
Vending machine prices, which have stayed steady for years, to increase due to inflation (Aug 16 2007)
From giant inflatables to a 45-foot Slip 'n Slide, Welcome Week has all the bases covered (Aug 16 2007)
Record-setting gift moves Ball State closer to strategic goals (Aug 15 2007)
Ball State study ranks National Geographic as nation's top consumer magazine (Aug 14 2007)
Popularity of Ball State's Late Nite program continues to increase (Aug 14 2007)
Ball State saxophone student named 2007 Yamaha National Young Performing Artist (Aug 13 2007)
Ball State's police department to host accreditation team Aug. 13-14 (Aug 10 2007)
Ball State students to receive Ed's Warehouse Scholarships (Aug 10 2007)
Wake up Ball State, espresso comes to Bookmark Cafe and Woodworth Commons (Aug 9 2007)
Lugar presents Energy Patriot Award to Ball State Council on the Environment (Aug 8 2007)
Billy Taylor announced as Cardinals' basketball coach (Aug 8 2007)
From a fire dragon to football suites, Ball State's dining staff has loads of ground to cover (Aug 7 2007)
Ball State's Child Study Center among first in nation to earn stricter national accreditation (Aug 6 2007)
Ball State participated in inaugural national concrete competition (Aug 2 2007)
Ball State joins higher education leaders to fight global warming (Aug 1 2007)
Residential property management director earns national honor (Aug 1 2007)
Ball State and WIPB showcase WWII veterans in a live interactive broadcast (Aug 1 2007)
Ball State promotes communication researcher to head its CICS program (Aug 1 2007)
Ball State names new building after famous alumnus (Jul 30 2007)
Ball State's Office of Wireless Research and Mapping earns ESRI award (Jul 26 2007)
Ball State study finds collegians more receptive to getting advertising via cell phones (Jul 24 2007)
Ball State appoints new director for Bureau of Business Research (Jul 23 2007)
Ball State's Electronic Field Trip director leaves, new interim director announced (Jul 23 2007)
Professor wins manufacturing society's Sargent Americanism Award (Jul 23 2007)
Board of Trustees OKs new work agreement, revised construction estimates (Jul 20 2007)
'Voice of the Cardinals' and his family create scholarship to benefit future sportscasters (Jul 20 2007)
Professor Garfield Foundation appoints Ball State professor as CEO (Jul 19 2007)
Nancy Kingsbury, dean of CAST, steps down (Jul 19 2007)
Roomier seats, new sound system among Emens renovations (Jul 12 2007)
Journalism professor David Sumner named 2007 Magazine Educator of the Year (Jul 11 2007)
Ball State receives 11 regional Emmy nominations (Jul 10 2007)
Summer Chorus concert July 17 (Jul 9 2007)
Florida woman's estate bequeaths gift to Ball State Fund (Jul 9 2007)
Being tough is a matter of perspective for award-winning CICS professor (Jul 9 2007)
Ball State to graduate nearly 1,300 students July 21 at summer commencement ceremony (Jul 9 2007)
Kellie Conrad appointed as student representative on Ball State's Board of Trustees (Jul 6 2007)
Ball State deploys new technology platform for mobile research (Jun 29 2007)
Ball State football equipment manager earns national accolade (Jun 29 2007)
Ball State graphic designer wins national award for excellence (Jun 29 2007)
Muncie's business incubator moves to downtown offices (Jun 29 2007)
Retired Ball State instructor to receive lifetime achievement award (Jun 26 2007)
Exhibition displays American West art and crafts (Jun 26 2007)
Ball State students produce PSAs for Indiana Department of Homeland Security (Jun 25 2007)
Former child soldiers focus of study by Ball State professor (Jun 21 2007)
Indiana Academy only Hoosier school awarded National Security Language funding (Jun 21 2007)
Ball State students achieve 100 percent pass rate on two national certification exams (Jun 15 2007)
Professor to speak on random student drug testing (Jun 15 2007)
Ball State faculty member part of award-winning instructional video team (Jun 14 2007)
Long-serving Ball State leader named associate provost and dean of University College (Jun 14 2007)
Jim and Linda Needham Scholarship Fund created to promote student achievement (Jun 13 2007)
Ball State exceeds goal for Lilly Endowment matching gifts program (Jun 11 2007)
Retired Ball State professor creates scholarship to help women majoring in math education (Jun 8 2007)
Ball State alumnus commemorates mother with gift to University Scholars program (Jun 8 2007)
Ball State approves two new public charter schools to open in 2008 (Jun 8 2007)
Estate gift funds new scholarship for Ball State students studying art (Jun 8 2007)
Elkhart manufacturing company funds scholarship to benefit Ball State students (Jun 8 2007)
Estate gift funds new scholarship for Ball State students pursuing degrees in English (Jun 8 2007)
Estate gift funds new scholarship at Ball State (Jun 8 2007)
Family establishes scholarship fund to benefit Ball State students (Jun 8 2007)
Ball State's College of Architecture and Planning hires new dean (Jun 7 2007)
Ball State students team with nationally known promoter to make music video (Jun 4 2007)
Ball State creates national organization for school administrators (May 31 2007)
Ball State graduate student wins second place in international piano competition (May 31 2007)
Ball State's School of Music presents jazz, concert band events (May 31 2007)
Ball State's EFT program earns 2007 TechPoint Mira award (May 30 2007)
Ball State to offer summer tutoring program (May 29 2007)
Ball State creates national organization for school administrators (May 29 2007)
Ball State's Board of Trustees approves faculty tenure, promotions (May 17 2007)
Ball State's Summer Chorus seeking local singers for upcoming concert (May 17 2007)
Ball State student chapter receives national merit award (May 17 2007)
J-Ideas wins 2007 Silver Telly for educational DVD (May 17 2007)
Ball State Downtown Dinner Theatre presents 'The World Goes 'Round' (May 17 2007)
IPR News staff wins 19 journalism awards (May 17 2007)
College of Architecture and Planning students receive national award (May 15 2007)
Ball State student earns prestigious fellowship with international firm (May 14 2007)
Ball State to produce documentary about Indiana's National Road (May 14 2007)
Ball State's Board of Trustees approves new budget, tuition and fees to boost resources for strategic plan and competitive salaries (May 14 2007)
Spotlight on Greg Fehribach: A man who knows no limits (May 10 2007)
School of Music presents summer chamber music festival (May 10 2007)
Ball State's EFT visits Alaska on May 8 to learn about Alaska Native communities (May 2 2007)
Study shows how stepfathers influence attitudes toward sex (May 1 2007)
State budget bill pleases Ball State’s president (Apr 30 2007)
Public forum precedes board action on recommended hikes for tuition and fees (Apr 30 2007)
Cinema Entertainment Consortium to showcase student films May 3 (Apr 26 2007)
Intersection of art and technology on display at IDIAA open house (Apr 26 2007)
Ball State sous chef wins bronze medal at national competition (Apr 26 2007)
Four Ball State students discuss television issues at national convention (Apr 26 2007)
Fisher Institute of Wellness graduate students win national viral video contest (Apr 25 2007)
Ball State student receives award for exceptional commitment to community service (Apr 25 2007)
Ball State debate team places second in national tournament (Apr 25 2007)
Study: Dropping out of the workforce does not reduce Social Security benefits (Apr 24 2007)
Teacher fair to connect students, alumni with schools across the U.S. (Apr 23 2007)
Ball State student wins National Wildlife Federation's Campus Ecology Fellowship (Apr 20 2007)
Ball State students study poverty's effects in four-part radio show (Apr 20 2007)
'One Small Project' yields big rewards for Ball State students (Apr 20 2007)
Candlelight vigil for Virginia Tech massacre victims (Apr 18 2007)
'Reflections of the Silver Screen' dances into Ball State's University Theatre (Apr 18 2007)
Ball State responds to Virginia Polytechnic Institute tragedy (Apr 17 2007)
Ball State study finds most college students have cell phones, but parents pay bill (Apr 16 2007)
Scholarship established at Ball State to honor the dreams and celebrate the life of alumnus (Apr 16 2007)
Ball State's Arts Alive concert series conclusion rescheduled (Apr 16 2007)
Ball State's concert and chamber choirs to perform April 24 concert (Apr 13 2007)
Ball State Learning Center receives international recertification (Apr 12 2007)
Ball State elementary education program receives national honor (Apr 12 2007)
Ball State art students sell pottery to raise money for visiting artists (Apr 12 2007)
Edmund F. and Virginia B. Ball Foundation creates telecommunications scholarship (Apr 12 2007)
Late Nite Carnival promises fireworks, free end of the year festivities (Apr 12 2007)
Ball State planetarium features 'A Visitor's Guide to the Universe' (Apr 11 2007)
Ronny Thompson's basketball camp registration begins at Ball State (Apr 11 2007)
Ball State students travel to Washington, D.C., for national design competition (Apr 11 2007)
Ball State to showcase Business Fellows projects April 23 (Apr 11 2007)
Former presidential aide, state and local leaders to be honored by Ball State (Apr 10 2007)
Ball State's production of 'Polaroid Stories' shares difficult lives of street kids (Apr 10 2007)
Two Ball State students win prestigious Udall scholarships (Apr 9 2007)
Ball State earns Top 10 ranking in 'The School Psychologist' (Apr 6 2007)
Ball State's EFT races into Indianapolis Motor Speedway on April 17 (Apr 6 2007)
Ball State Business Fellows students sponsor smoking awareness events (Apr 6 2007)
Ball State professor emeritus leads AIA's 150th anniversary grassroots efforts (Apr 5 2007)
Women's bowling team will compete in national intercollegiate championships (Apr 5 2007)
Business journal lauds Gora's leadership, immersive learning initiatives (Apr 4 2007)
The Art of Jazz Series 21st season ends with April 11 concert (Apr 4 2007)
Ball State's CICS graduate program named best in nation (Apr 4 2007)
Ball State student film is honored with a College Television Award (Apr 4 2007)
Opera written by Ball State professor places spotlight on homelessness (Apr 4 2007)
Ball State wins third consecutive 'TV School of the Year' award (Apr 4 2007)
Ball State events focus on ethical issues ranging from corporate fraud to health care (Apr 4 2007)
Ball State to showcase Digital Exchange projects April 10-11 (Apr 2 2007)
Professor, alumnus inducted into Department of Journalism Hall of Fame (Mar 30 2007)
Small Cities Conference April 12-14 at Ball State (Mar 29 2007)
Ball State is seeking nominations for Indiana women of achievement (Mar 29 2007)
Openings now available for Cardinal Kids Camp (Mar 29 2007)
From the inside out: Ball State students study poverty (Mar 29 2007)
New technology provides instant feedback for Ball State nursing students (Mar 29 2007)
Ball State professor to serve as musical theatre ambassador to South Africa (Mar 25 2007)
Ball State University Museum of Art launches 70th anniversary exhibition (Mar 22 2007)
Ball State's Center for Organizational Resources earns national award (Mar 22 2007)
Indiana Academy raising money for development initiatives (Mar 22 2007)
Artwork of three Ball State seniors to be featured at the Artist Within (Mar 22 2007)
Ball State student film a finalist for College Television Award (Mar 22 2007)
Lancaster New Era staff writer wins Pulliam award for article on Amish school tragedy (Mar 22 2007)
Ball State creates Bowen Center for Public Affairs to honor former governor (Mar 22 2007)
Emmy award-winning director Roger Young to speak at Ball State (Mar 21 2007)
No bathroom breaks allowed during Ball State's production of 'Urinetown' (Mar 21 2007)
Ball State student newspaper sets school record for Gold Circle Awards (Mar 21 2007)
Muncie woman honors Ball State alumnus by establishing business scholarship (Mar 20 2007)
California entrepreneur receives The Ascent Award from Ball State (Mar 20 2007)
Ball State University to host international manufacturing symposium (Mar 19 2007)
Ball State and Apple Inc. to host Colleges of Education site visit (Mar 15 2007)
Ball State celebrates Women's Week March 26-30 (Mar 12 2007)
Ball State creates DVD to raise First Amendment awareness in schools (Mar 11 2007)
Ball State alumni provide gifts to create Soil and Water Conservation Fund (Mar 11 2007)
Ball State's concert and chamber choirs to perform March 23 (Mar 11 2007)
A tall Chaucer, please … decaf, with some cinnamon? (Mar 11 2007)
Ball State students to travel to Alaska for three-week summer field study (Mar 11 2007)
Ball State's Phi Kappa Phi host annual lecture March 19 (Mar 11 2007)
Florida doctor establishes $50,000 scholarship for Ball State students (Mar 11 2007)
Indiana Academy offers hands-on Youth Enrichment Programs (Mar 11 2007)
Sexual Assault Awareness Week events rescheduled due to blizzard (Mar 11 2007)
Sursa Family Concert Organ inaugural series to conclude March 25 (Mar 11 2007)
Ball State professor earns national honor for efforts to aid endangered bat species (Mar 11 2007)
Ball State's art museum acquires sculpture (Mar 9 2007)
Virginia B. Ball Center announces three fellows for 2007-08 (Mar 8 2007)
Ball State is one of 34 North American institutions deemed One-Stop Shop certified (Mar 7 2007)
Ball State to sponsor disability awareness programs in March (Mar 7 2007)
Ball State museum seeking applications for educational project award (Mar 7 2007)
Ball State interior design students receive top awards in statewide competition (Mar 7 2007)
Ball State students to spend Spring Break in Guatemala for medical service trip (Mar 6 2007)
Ball State's speech team wins state title for third straight year (Mar 6 2007)
Ball State wins 27 awards in local advertising competition (Mar 1 2007)
Ball State to host business plan competition at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Mar 1 2007)
Ball State's Creativity + Innovation Award winner for March announced (Mar 1 2007)
Ball State connection to the Oscars through Doug Jones and 'Pan's Labyrinth' (Mar 1 2007)
NIH senior adviser to speak at Ball State's Alice Procter Killey Lecture (Feb 28 2007)
Ball State alumna and former ESPN anchor speaks about gender issues (Feb 28 2007)
Indiana Academy instructor receives Siemens Award for Advanced Placement (Feb 28 2007)
Nonperishable food, cleaning items and clothing needed for Lend a Hand Day program (Feb 28 2007)
Ball State to host grief teleconference at Worthen Arena (Feb 28 2007)
Ball State students to participate in Minnetrista weather exhibit (Feb 28 2007)
Dean's departure sparks search for new head of business college (Feb 28 2007)
Ball State Planetarium presents 'A Visitor's Guide to the Universe' (Feb 27 2007)
Ball State's Student Academy Award film receives second honor (Feb 27 2007)
Publication says Ball State has a leading journalism school (Feb 23 2007)
Eating Disorders Awareness Week Feb. 25 through March 3 (Feb 22 2007)
Ball State senior named one of nation's top students by USA Today (Feb 21 2007)
Ball State professor earns merit of excellence, fellowship national honors (Feb 21 2007)
Ball State documentary wins award at broadcast festival (Feb 16 2007)
Ball State Museum of Art to host family day for popular interactive exhibition (Feb 16 2007)
Ball State approves new room and board rate plans (Feb 16 2007)
Ball State professor helped produce national historic preservation recommendations (Feb 15 2007)
Weather Advisory: Parking Information (Feb 15 2007)
Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne appears in Electronic Field Trip (Feb 15 2007)
Ball State director appears on Voice of America radio show (Feb 15 2007)
Ball State choirs will perform their winter concert Feb. 25 (Feb 14 2007)
Ball State's Career Center to sponsor job fair for students, alumni (Feb 14 2007)
Ball State's Planetarium will host stargazing for beginners programs (Feb 14 2007)
Ten Ball State students receive Indiana Architectural Foundation scholarships (Feb 14 2007)
Ball State historian to present 17th Annual Dorothy J. and Richard W. Burkhardt Lecture (Feb 14 2007)
Ball State to honor entrepreneurs with The Ascent Award (Feb 13 2007)
Ball State leading digital media expansion (Feb 12 2007)
Consul General of Israel to discuss Middle East issues during Ball State lecture (Feb 9 2007)
Ball State acquires oil painting from longtime benefactor (Feb 9 2007)
Ball State Indianapolis Center to host global warming broadcast Feb. 20 (Feb 9 2007)
Ball State to host Sexual Assault Awareness Week programs (Feb 8 2007)
AIDS activist and author Michael McColly to speak at Ball State's Student Center (Feb 8 2007)
Ball State's Creativity + Innovation Award winners for February announced (Feb 8 2007)
Ball State student wins one of 12 Dow Jones business reporting internships (Feb 7 2007)
'The Color of Water' selected as the 2007-08 Freshman Connections reader (Feb 7 2007)
Former Marvel Comics executive to speak at Ball State about comic book industry (Feb 7 2007)
Manzanar: Desert Diamonds Behind Barbed Wire (Feb 6 2007)
Ball State University students develop a video game to educate elementary students (Feb 5 2007)
Video fair helps Middle East students learn about Ball State, Indiana universities (Feb 2 2007)
Ball State physics chapter receives national honor (Feb 2 2007)
Ball State approves five new public charter schools, including two virtual schools (Feb 2 2007)
Ball State University Foundation investment returns among highest in the nation (Feb 2 2007)
Ball State students take movie trailers to the small-screen (Feb 1 2007)
Ben & Jerry's co-founder shares insight - and ice cream - at Ball State (Jan 31 2007)
Ball State professor named winner in Time magazine contest (Jan 31 2007)
Veteran marketing and communications professionals join Ball State in leadership roles (Jan 31 2007)
Ball State campus newspaper takes third place in online contests (Jan 31 2007)
Ball State alumna and former ESPN anchor speaks about gender issues (Jan 31 2007)
Ball State professor's direction of 'The Colored Museum' benefits from New York research (Jan 29 2007)
Ball State junior advances to national acting finals (Jan 26 2007)
Ball State president wins award from Indiana architecture organization (Jan 26 2007)
Ball State budget request presented to Indiana House committee (Jan 26 2007)
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels makes appointment to Ball State's Board of Trustees (Jan 25 2007)
Ball State's Arts Alive series concludes with concert by accomplished Italian pianist (Jan 25 2007)
Scholarship created for Ball State residential property management students (Jan 25 2007)
Ball State graduate to star in Super Bowl commercial (Jan 25 2007)
FCC approves antenna move for WCRD (Jan 25 2007)
Renowned guests perform with Ball State's opera theater for 'Madame Butterfly' (Jan 24 2007)
Ball State student selected as national finalist for advertising program (Jan 19 2007)
Business Fellows looking for proposals from interested businesses, organizations (Jan 18 2007)
Ball State professor to participate in WISH-TV program on child obesity (Jan 18 2007)
Tutoring opportunity available to help students with reading (Jan 18 2007)
Ball State Career Center to sponsor graduate school discussion panel (Jan 18 2007)
Ball State's Creativity + Innovation Award winners for January announced (Jan 18 2007)
Nominations sought for A. Jane Morton staff service award (Jan 18 2007)
Ball State Center for Media Design teams up with BBC for contest (Jan 18 2007)
Ball State to offer children's art classes (Jan 18 2007)
Ball State's fundraising campaign for United Way a success (Jan 16 2007)
Ball State alumna to present 'Leadership and Communication' (Jan 16 2007)
Deadline to declare early retirement set for Jan. 31 (Jan 12 2007)
Ball State professors honored for software design metrics (Jan 12 2007)
Ball State community can vote for campus newspaper in online contest (Jan 12 2007)
Report shows demographic diversity throughout Indiana's charter schools (Jan 11 2007)
Ball State's Museum of Art hosts series of events to promote interactive exhibit (Jan 9 2007)
World premiere of a new media performance pushes technology envelope at Ball State (Jan 5 2007)
Fall faculty award nominations sought (Jan 4 2007)
Ball State names new distinguished professor (Jan 4 2007)
Ball State journalism institute forms alliance to promote First Amendment (Jan 4 2007)
Ball State's Unity Week features the Rev. Floyd Flake as the keynote speaker (Jan 4 2007)
Hollywood experts come to Ball State to address new media's impact on entertainment (Jan 4 2007)
Ball State College of Architecture and Planning students embark on world tour (Jan 3 2007)
$100,000 scholarship created for incoming Ball State students pursuing business degrees (Jan 3 2007)
Marketing student wins Kennett scholarship (Jan 3 2007)
Scholarship gift provided to incoming freshmen majoring in mathematical sciences (Jan 3 2007)
Scholarship fund created in memory of former Ball State professor Joyce Rasdall (Jan 3 2007)
Cecil and Virginia Fisher Scholarship Fund created to promote higher education (Jan 3 2007)
Bracken Library's Bookmark Cafe is now open (Jan 3 2007)
Ball State makes Campus Technology magazine's list of 101 best practices (Dec 22 2006)
Ball State Foundation board elects new officers (Dec 20 2006)
Ball State students to blog about impact of media on their lives (Dec 20 2006)
Fall 2006 graduation photo gallery (Dec 18 2006)
Ball State to spend $24 million to renovate residence halls (Dec 15 2006)
Ball State changes health care plan (Dec 15 2006)
Landscape architecture among nation's best, tops in the Midwest (Dec 13 2006)
Nearly 1,200 students graduate from Ball State Dec. 17 (Dec 13 2006)
Report shows academic improvement for charter school students in Indiana (Dec 13 2006)
Deadline nears for service award selection (Dec 8 2006)
Ball State students travel to Southeast Asia to explore social issues (Dec 7 2006)
Ball State's College of Architecture and Planning earns multiple national rankings (Dec 4 2006)
Two Ball State students competed in the World Dodgeball Championship (Dec 2 2006)
Ball State students create multimedia campaign for new HD movie (Dec 1 2006)
Center for Media Design hosts Digital Exchange showcase to highlight its work (Dec 1 2006)
Ball State professors documenting dying language in Mexico (Nov 30 2006)
Ball State's commencement ceremonies Dec. 17 in Worthen Arena (Nov 30 2006)
Ball State students perform at annual Fallfest (Nov 30 2006)
Film co-produced by Ball State professor debuts at Santa Fe Film Festival (Nov 30 2006)
Ball State faculty to examine economic trends for 2007 (Nov 30 2006)
Carmel to host 2007 economic outlook breakfast (Nov 30 2006)
'Rhythm and Soul' heats up Ball State's University Theatre (Nov 29 2006)
Ball State Indianapolis Center has grand opening (Nov 29 2006)
Eruption: An Island Rising From the Sea (Nov 29 2006)
Ball State senior's paintings to be featured at the Artist Within (Nov 29 2006)
Ball State receives FCC approval to test and deploy WiMAX technology (Nov 27 2006)
Ball State journalism graphics major excited to study at Poynter Institute this summer (Nov 22 2006)
Ball State's career exploration Web site wins praise from national organization (Nov 21 2006)
Ball State's international student programs thrive, enrollment up 29 percent (Nov 21 2006)
International students – by the numbers (Nov 21 2006)
'Organized Labor in Muncie: An Oral History' to be presented at Bracken Library Dec. 5 (Nov 21 2006)
The E.B. and Bertha C. Ball Center hosts its annual Christmas concert (Nov 21 2006)
Ball State's News Research Institute to fund four faculty projects (Nov 17 2006)
Ball State's Indianapolis Center grand opening nears (Nov 17 2006)
Ball State professors bring meaning to words through weekly radio program (Nov 16 2006)
Arts Alive series continues with world-renowned baritone Dec. 5 (Nov 16 2006)
Black Student Association hosted conference attended by more than 200 students (Nov 16 2006)
Ball State doctor offers strategies to beat the flu (Nov 9 2006)
Ball State employees urged to give generously in United Way campaign's final days (Nov 9 2006)
Fall faculty award nominations sought (Nov 9 2006)
On campus child care offered for spring semester at Ball State (Nov 8 2006)
Artists to reveal artistic inspirations at premiere of new Ball State Museum of Art exhibit (Nov 8 2006)
Complement Thanksgiving dinner with treats by Ball State's Banquet and Catering (Nov 8 2006)
Who's Who in the World lists Ball State professor Vic Lawhead for the second time (Nov 8 2006)
Ball State's writing program wins national award (Nov 7 2006)
Ball State's student health center provides secure electronic communication (Nov 2 2006)
Ball State Business Fellows to participate in training session to predict flooding (Nov 2 2006)
Federal Reserve president to speak at Business Forecasting Roundtable meeting (Nov 1 2006)
Ball State students completing online surveys to evaluate the first-year college experience (Nov 1 2006)
Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug at Ball State Nov. 6 (Oct 31 2006)
Professor, business leaders will discuss economic trends at Executive Economic Exchange (Oct 31 2006)
Ball State Freshman Connections program to explore the future of video games (Oct 31 2006)
Research project assists Conner Prairie with improving visitors' experiences (Oct 30 2006)
Ball State's human resources program honored by national organization (Oct 27 2006)
Ball State dedicates Marshall E. Rinker Sr. Center for International Programs (Oct 27 2006)
Historic preservation center receives $10,000 grant (Oct 26 2006)
Ball State to use storage technology courses designed by global technology firm (Oct 26 2006)
News magazine ranks online nursing degree program among nation's largest (Oct 26 2006)
Tickets on sale for fourth annual Voices United concert Nov. 11 at Emens Auditorium (Oct 25 2006)
Miller College of Business Distinguished Speaker Series presents Wayne Dunham (Oct 25 2006)
'Engaging Technology: A History and Future of Intermedia' on display beginning Nov. 17 (Oct 25 2006)
Professor's works on display at Gordy Fine Art & Framing (Oct 25 2006)
Celebration of Chinese Cinema brings three free films to public (Oct 25 2006)
Family and Consumer Sciences professor wins prestigious ITAA awards (Oct 24 2006)
Ball State students immersed in virtual world to study cultures (Oct 23 2006)
Bracken Library receives gift from estate of Edith Croft Wise (Oct 23 2006)
New fund to benefit School of Physical Education, Sport, and Exercise Science (Oct 23 2006)
Check out the latest in technology at TechFest Oct. 25 (Oct 20 2006)
Ball State supervisor awarded a distinguished alumnus award from alma mater (Oct 20 2006)
Family and Consumer Sciences' Career Mentoring Day (Oct 20 2006)
Ball State Museum's free Halloween Bash features spooky fun for all ages (Oct 20 2006)
Enjoy the Razzmatazz of the Roaring '20s in Ball State's 'Thoroughly Modern Millie' (Oct 19 2006)
CMD to study how individuals consume media (Oct 17 2006)
Ball State pipe organ inaugural concert set for Oct. 22 (Oct 13 2006)
Student paper detailing immersive learning experience honored at conference (Oct 13 2006)
The Center for International Programs celebrates Muslim holy month with Iftar dinner (Oct 13 2006)
Ball State celebrates 80th homecoming with pride (Oct 12 2006)
Ball State's Bowen Institute to be honored by Indiana NAACP (Oct 12 2006)
Planetarium presents Ring World, odyssey to Saturn (Oct 12 2006)
Digital video collaboration wins prestigious award (Oct 11 2006)
Ball State to host Math Day Oct. 19 (Oct 11 2006)
Ball State professor to be honored by public relations organization (Oct 9 2006)
Arts Alive season kicks off with world-class concert Oct. 10 (Oct 6 2006)
Indiana's first lady Cheri Daniels will be at Ball State to promote Heart to Heart initiative (Oct 6 2006)
Ball State's Educational Leadership program ranked one of the nation's best (Oct 5 2006)
Ball State assisting area schools to meet state-mandated wellness initiative (Oct 5 2006)
Freedom in America: Some Assembly Required (Oct 5 2006)
Philosophy professor wins teaching award (Oct 4 2006)
Comedy, angst abound in Ball State's upcoming 'Erratica: An Academic Farce' production (Oct 2 2006)
Eight will receive 2006 Indiana Women of Achievement Award Oct. 18 (Sep 28 2006)
Ball State recognized nationally as a university committed to diversity (Sep 28 2006)
Ball State students studying human motion, rehabbing injuries at new facility (Sep 28 2006)
Ball State nursing students using PDAs to access life-saving information (Sep 27 2006)
Ball State theater professor begins national role with Kennedy Center-sponsored festivals (Sep 27 2006)
New study has good and bad news for television advertising industry (Sep 26 2006)
Ball State student a finalist in national video competition (Sep 25 2006)
Ball State's new digital institute to study the news media's future (Sep 22 2006)
Chinese film crew on campus to promote study abroad options in U.S. (Sep 21 2006)
Ball State students to help Brown County plan for T.C. Steele 100th anniversary (Sep 21 2006)
Army PR deputy chief will discuss the war on terror during annual Schranz lecture (Sep 21 2006)
Ball State one of 19 institutions participating in Foundations of Excellence project (Sep 21 2006)
Ball State's 'Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992' performance promises to be thought-provoking (Sep 20 2006)
Ball State partners with national cable news network (Sep 20 2006)
Professor calls Lawhead Award among top honors he's received at Ball State (Sep 20 2006)
Operation Wellness by the numbers (Sep 19 2006)
Information on health enhancement initiative presented to Board of Trustees (Sep 18 2006)
Ball State's United Way campaign begins with kickoff luncheon for captains (Sep 18 2006)
Wells County one ton lighter, thanks to Ball State (Sep 18 2006)
Ball State takes home two regional Emmy Awards (Sep 15 2006)
Ball State invests in the student experience with building, renovation projects (Sep 15 2006)
Ball State's leading professors plan to present 'dream courses' (Sep 14 2006)
School of Extended Education names Flowers a Rawlings Award recipient (Sep 14 2006)
Unveiling of unique lightpainting will be Sept. 22 at Music Instruction Building (Sep 14 2006)
Ball State opens entrepreneurship competition to the public (Sep 14 2006)
Ball State opens Center for School Innovation to train educators (Sep 13 2006)
Ball State honors business leaders at Miller College of Business banquet (Sep 12 2006)
'The House of Yes' opens theater season at Strother (Sep 8 2006)
Ball State produces DVD to help high schools improve the business side of media (Sep 8 2006)
Popularity of Ball State's Late Nite program continues to increase (Sep 7 2006)
Ball State leases space in downtown Muncie for new center (Sep 6 2006)
Business incubator to have open house Sept. 12 (Sep 6 2006)
Ball State's finance program ranks among nation's best (Sep 1 2006)
Ball State to revamp Web site, sets up blog to keep everyone posted, gain input (Sep 1 2006)
Hollywood screenwriter to reveal secrets in taking stories to the silver screen (Sep 1 2006)
Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance announces 2006-07 season (Aug 31 2006)
Ball State's students with disabilities graduate at same rate as their peers (Aug 31 2006)
Ball State's interactive student recruitment Web site wins national award (Aug 31 2006)
Ball State student parking switches temporarily for football season opener (Aug 25 2006)
From BioTown to Brown County, Ball State unveils new Business Fellows projects (Aug 25 2006)
Ball State approves virtual charter school guidelines (Aug 25 2006)
Gora honored for community contributions (Aug 25 2006)
Ball State student television newscast returns to air Aug. 28 as 'NewsWatch' (Aug 24 2006)
Ball State repeats 'Best in the Midwest' honors from Princeton Review (Aug 23 2006)
Ball State's undergraduate entrepreneurship program ranked among nation's best (Aug 19 2006)
Kay Bales has been promoted to vice president for student affairs (Aug 17 2006)
Outstanding Teaching Award (Aug 17 2006)
Outstanding Faculty Academic Advisor (Aug 17 2006)
Outstanding Research Award (Aug 17 2006)
Outstanding Creative Endeavor Award (Aug 17 2006)
Outstanding Faculty Service Award (Aug 17 2006)
Outstanding Faculty Award (Aug 17 2006)
Outstanding Junior Faculty Award (Aug 17 2006)
Outstanding Administrative Service Award (Aug 17 2006)
Arts Alive Series brings three world-class concerts to Ball State (Aug 17 2006)
Eight faculty members receive awards for outstanding work (Aug 17 2006)
Philip Sachtleben to serve as Ball State's governmental liaison (Aug 15 2006)
Traffic returns to McKinley Avenue after completion of second phase of project (Aug 14 2006)
Ball State faculty to help U.S. military reduce risks in the digitized battlefield (Aug 14 2006)
Ball State study finds computer usage trails only television viewing (Aug 11 2006)
Indianapolis couple create scholarship for business students at Ball State (Aug 11 2006)
Nine works by conceptual artist Jenny Holzer on display at Ball State Museum of Art (Aug 8 2006)
Ball State Museum launches program to make drop-in visits more educational, family-friendly (Aug 7 2006)
Ball State to sponsor building at the Indiana State Fair (Aug 1 2006)
Renowned artist to install original lightpainting in Music Instruction Building (Jul 27 2006)
New scholarship to assist students from Howard County (Jul 25 2006)
James McKenzie's summer 2006 commencement remarks (Jul 24 2006)
Ball State adds new programs and emphases at new Indianapolis Center (Jul 24 2006)
Ball State graduate remembered with new scholarship program (Jul 24 2006)
Ball State student wins prestigious Jack Kent Cooke scholarship (Jul 21 2006)
Legislative request geared toward boosting immersive learning initiatives for students (Jul 21 2006)
Estate gift to support communication studies at Ball State (Jul 21 2006)
Ball State to graduate 1,272 students July 22 at summer ceremony (Jul 17 2006)
Joseph Bilello to rejoin CAP faculty after 2006-07 academic year (Jul 17 2006)
Ball State University applies digital prowess to launch Beneficence Recordings (Jul 5 2006)
Ball State names Park Hall to honor Don Park's and family's contributions to the university (Jun 30 2006)
Ball State provides art and science camp for twice-exceptional students July 16-21 (Jun 30 2006)
Student Life new umbrella for student programs (Jun 30 2006)
Ball State School of Nursing adds the use of PDAs into sophomore curriculum (Jun 30 2006)
College students want to be paid or given free stuff for receiving ads via cell phones (Jun 30 2006)
Bracken Library to feature cafe (Jun 29 2006)
Ball State names creative teaching grant recipients (Jun 26 2006)
Conference brings Double Reed Society to Ball State (Jun 23 2006)
Ball State recognized by CIO magazine as a 2006 CIO 100 award recipient (Jun 19 2006)
Ball State hires new director of charter schools (Jun 16 2006)
'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)' coming to summer stage (Jun 15 2006)
Pipe organ provides crown jewel for Ball State's world-class music venue (Jun 14 2006)
Ball State receives seven Emmy Award nominations (Jun 12 2006)
Ball State students take second consecutive gold medal at Student Academy Awards (Jun 12 2006)
Ball State Museum of Art celebrates 70 years with Family Day July 1 (Jun 8 2006)
Research finds Michigan consumers could save millions under franchise reform bill (Jun 7 2006)
Segedy named to AICP's College of Fellows (Jun 2 2006)
State leaders appoint Ball State's VP for information technology to ETC (Jun 2 2006)
Ball State celebrates with second annual Family Picnic (Jun 2 2006)
Ball State welcomes thousands of conference visitors to campus over the summer (Jun 2 2006)
Former journalism professor creates scholarship for student journalists (Jun 2 2006)
Former newspaper reporter creates scholarship for journalism students (Jun 2 2006)
New scholarship to honor former chair at Ball State (Jun 2 2006)
Ball State orientation programs begin June 5 (May 31 2006)
Former Ball State faculty member creates scholarship (May 31 2006)
Ball State earns grant to support development of curriculum and assessment strategies (May 31 2006)
Ball State names criminal justice professor new director of Diversity Policy Institute (May 30 2006)
Ball State approves three new public charter schools in Gary and Indianapolis (May 26 2006)
Ball State Dinner Theatre presents 'Smokey Joe's Cafe' (May 26 2006)
Divorced fathers have major impact on children's smoking habits (May 25 2006)
Ball State's Electronic Field Trips program wins back-to-back gold medals (May 22 2006)
Ball State recruiting tactics not as brazen as those in 'Doonesbury' (May 19 2006)
Ball State to host global business program (May 18 2006)
In-house conference will 'Focus on Service' (May 18 2006)
Ball State launches new Internet courses via Mediasite (May 18 2006)
Virginia B. Ball Center announces three fellows for 2006-07 (May 17 2006)
Ball State's School of Nursing receives national accreditation (May 17 2006)
Ball State University Museum of Art features two new exhibitions (May 16 2006)
Energize-ECI brings Technology Roadshow to East Central Indiana (May 12 2006)
Ball State students to win Student Academy Award (May 11 2006)
Book shines spotlight on accomplished 19th-century architect (May 10 2006)
President Jo Ann M. Gora's portrait unveiled (May 8 2006)
Online Publishers Association to use Middletown data during tour (May 8 2006)
J-Ideas wins 2006 Silver Telly for Constitution DVD (May 8 2006)
Ball State graduates, guests fill Old Quad under sunny blue skies for 146th commencement (May 6 2006)
Ball State University Board of Trustees approves faculty tenure, promotions (May 5 2006)
Ball State trustees approve center naming, promotions, academic and business items (May 5 2006)
Woodworth Commons construction set to begin this summer (May 4 2006)
Ball State to offer new housing clusters to pre-majors in nursing, business (May 2 2006)
IPR News staff, Virginia B. Ball Center students win journalism awards (May 2 2006)
Ball State's VP for information technology to serve on IHETS board of directors (May 1 2006)
Q&A: Political science professor discusses her research on Bosnian Jews (Apr 28 2006)
Ball State students assisting local nonprofits with computer needs (Apr 28 2006)
Interior design instructor receives sustainability award (Apr 28 2006)
Cinema Entertainment Consortium to showcase student films May 4 (Apr 28 2006)
Ball State advertising chapter wins district competition (Apr 27 2006)
Washington Post reporter to give commencement address May 6 at Ball State (Apr 26 2006)
Ball State names new vice president to head advancement (Apr 26 2006)
First lady Laura Bush appeared in Electronic Field Trip (Apr 26 2006)
Campus construction projects continue through summer (Apr 21 2006)
Comedian Margaret Cho in free concert at Emens (Apr 21 2006)
Ball State and McKinley Project receive two state awards (Apr 21 2006)
Ball State to host farewell reception for Deborah Balogh (Apr 21 2006)
Ball State professor wins lifetime achievement award (Apr 21 2006)
Payroll and Employee Benefits information on Faculty 12-Month Pay Plan (Apr 21 2006)
Chickens don't fly, but eggs do at Iron Egg Launch (Apr 21 2006)
Ball State Speech Team places in top ten at nationals (Apr 21 2006)
Parent education levels spell achievement trouble for Indiana (Apr 21 2006)
McKinley Avenue will be closed from May 8 to Aug. 12 (Apr 20 2006)
Ball State aquatics program coordinator receives national honor (Apr 20 2006)
Ball State alumni expanding scholarship program (Apr 18 2006)
Ball State University architecture students install Statehouse Exhibit (Apr 14 2006)
Ball State artists create an interactive sculpture using wireless technology (Apr 14 2006)
A twist of history glides through Ball State's annual Festival of Dance (Apr 14 2006)
Ball State, Heads Up Foundation recycling effort sends kids to special summer camp (Apr 14 2006)
Ball State hosts Fourth Annual Reading Recognition Dinner for area elementary students (Apr 14 2006)
Ball State student newspaper, online magazine honored by ICPA (Apr 14 2006)
Ball State to host environmental videoconference April 18 (Apr 13 2006)
Ball State to host Earth Week activities April 16-23 (Apr 13 2006)
Employees, students granted free access to Indiana Tobacco Quitline through June (Apr 13 2006)
Indiana Public Radio News named Outstanding News Operation by Associated Press (Apr 13 2006)
Ball State to showcase Business Fellows projects April 17 at Student Center (Apr 10 2006)
Burris Laboratory School to enhance focus on gifted education aspect of its mission (Apr 7 2006)
Staff employees honored for 30-plus years of service (Apr 7 2006)
Ball State to host special photography exhibit to benefit John Huffer family (Apr 7 2006)
Ball State student wins prestigious Goldwater Scholarship (Apr 6 2006)
Ball State named 'TV School of the Year' at statewide competition (Apr 5 2006)
High-definition film connects students to industry professionals, premieres April 12 (Apr 5 2006)
Ball Bearings receives awards from SPJ, BEA (Apr 4 2006)
Ball State students helping nonprofits write grants (Apr 4 2006)
Ball State graduate programs ranked by U.S. News & World Report (Apr 3 2006)
Ball State students improving firm's information system (Mar 31 2006)
Ball State's advanced education programs receive full national accreditation (Mar 31 2006)
Office of Victim Services welcomes new victim advocate (Mar 30 2006)
Consul General of Israel Barukh Binah at Ball State April 5 (Mar 30 2006)
Ball State professor teaching in China as Fulbright Scholar (Mar 30 2006)
Ball State helps computers 'spring' ahead for daylight-saving time (Mar 30 2006)
Ball State staff, students win gold at regional ADDY Awards (Mar 30 2006)
Ball State students create art podcasts, available at Apple iTunes store (Mar 29 2006)
Ball State police officer graduates at the top of his class (Mar 28 2006)
Ball State named 'best value' by Princeton Review (Mar 28 2006)
Ball State class to produce news graphics for interactive television (Mar 27 2006)
Ball State students examining Grant County's current, future economic outlook (Mar 24 2006)
Ball State student newspaper wins national awards (Mar 24 2006)
Large banner promoting understanding and respect to be displayed on Teachers College (Mar 24 2006)
Ball State community invited to participate in third annual Relay for Life (Mar 24 2006)
Ball State explores educational partnerships in India (Mar 23 2006)
Ball State's Virginia B. Ball Center hosts visiting German professors (Mar 23 2006)
Daylight-saving time will affect computers, Outlook Web Access (Mar 23 2006)
Terry King named provost and VP for academic affairs at Ball State (Mar 23 2006)
Ball State's Electronic Field Trip program wins six Telly Awards (Mar 23 2006)
Ball State alumnus, a NASDAQ regional vice president, will speak on stock market (Mar 23 2006)
Ball State celebrates Women's Week March 27-31 (Mar 21 2006)
Ball State business students spend spring break helping Katrina victims (Mar 20 2006)
Ball State budget plan includes 4 percent salary increase for university employees (Mar 20 2006)
Ball State announces new child life specialist degree during Child Life Month (Mar 20 2006)
Former Indiana Gov. Otis R. Bowen will address the 25th annual Bowen Institute (Mar 17 2006)
Estate gift to create new scholarships at Ball State (Mar 17 2006)
'First They Killed My Father' selected as 2006-07 Freshman Common Reader (Mar 17 2006)
'Cabaret' on the Ball State stage beginning March 30 (Mar 17 2006)
'Murderball' star Mark Zupan to speak at Ball State (Mar 17 2006)
Study finds television viewers want more, not less, interactivity (Mar 13 2006)
Center for International Programs focuses on bringing people together (Mar 13 2006)
Gora takes immersive learning stories, BBC message to Indiana communities (Mar 13 2006)
Open forums scheduled for final provost candidates (Mar 13 2006)
Greenwood honored at Indiana Statehouse (Mar 13 2006)
Estate gift to support student scholarships at Ball State (Feb 28 2006)
Open forums for Ball State provost candidate finalists scheduled for March (Feb 27 2006)
Dean of Ball State's College of Architecture and Planning receives national honor (Feb 24 2006)
Parking Services moves to new Student Center location (Feb 24 2006)
Museum of Art hosts first 'Educators' Evening' open house with city museums (Feb 24 2006)
Researchers of the Year to speak on nanotechnology research at Ball State (Feb 24 2006)
President's Medal of Distinction to be presented to Tuskegee Airmen in special ceremony (Feb 24 2006)
Virginia Ball Center receives $400,000 to continue immersion experiences (Feb 24 2006)
Electronic Field Trip to take students to the treetops of Washington (Feb 24 2006)
Eating Disorders Awareness Week Feb. 26 through March 3 (Feb 23 2006)
Faculty Technology Showcase lets instructors share innovations with campus community (Feb 23 2006)
Cardinal Communications helps with Sallie Mae media conference (Feb 22 2006)
Ball State to host Tuskegee Airmen at Emens Auditorium Feb. 28 (Feb 20 2006)
University of Chicago history professor to give annual Burkhardt Lecture Feb. 24 (Feb 17 2006)
Leading theoretical physicist Brian Greene to speak on campus Feb. 22 (Feb 17 2006)
Accomplished pianist Olga Kern to close Arts Alive Series (Feb 17 2006)
Ball State faculty, students and classroom instrumental in robotics team's success (Feb 17 2006)
Virginia B. Ball Center media director wins prestigious Bosch Fellowship in Germany (Feb 16 2006)
Legendary bassist returns to Ball State to produce sequel to top-selling DVD (Feb 16 2006)
Three new trustees appointed to Ball State board (Feb 10 2006)
Ball State honored for aiding Indianapolis elementary school's dramatic turnaround (Feb 10 2006)
Ball State students implementing strategic plan for chamber (Feb 10 2006)
Haunting story of desire, loss takes audience into the bayou (Feb 10 2006)
Documentary filmmaker Pamela Reichart to speak at Ball State (Feb 9 2006)
National expert on dietary supplements to present the 2006 McGovern Award Lecture (Feb 9 2006)
IHETS spring conference (Feb 9 2006)
Ball State hosts Sexual Assault Awareness Week (Feb 9 2006)
Leading theoretical physicist to speak on campus Feb. 22 (Feb 9 2006)
Ball State ranks 11th in number of students recruited by Peace Corps (Feb 8 2006)
Award-winning Korean designer costuming second Ball State production (Feb 7 2006)
Ball State students writing health stories for national company (Feb 6 2006)
Ball State business students planning spring break trip to hurricane-ravaged areas (Feb 3 2006)
Meritorious Service Award reaches 20th anniversary mark (Feb 3 2006)
WIPB-TV will receive a $500,000 grant to help complete its digital conversion (Feb 3 2006)
The Web becomes mobile (Feb 3 2006)
Gilkison Music Education Scholarship fund established (Feb 2 2006)
Hamilton Scholarship to assist graduating political science students (Feb 2 2006)
Masters meet nets funds for swim scholarships (Feb 2 2006)
'Antigone' addresses eternal human problem with ancient Greek flair (Feb 1 2006)
Virtual college fair designed to help Middle Eastern students study in Indiana (Feb 1 2006)
Ball State receives $320,000 to start art education scholarship (Feb 1 2006)
21st Century Project summit to address housing needs of future college students (Feb 1 2006)
Ball State architecture students display exhibits in downtown Muncie (Feb 1 2006)
Ball State authorizes new public charter school in Gary (Jan 31 2006)
Study finds multitasking varies depending upon medium, time, location (Jan 27 2006)
Ball State to open new European Centre in Toulouse, France, in fall 2006 (Jan 27 2006)
Ball State trustees approve health care and room and board plans, honorary degree (Jan 27 2006)
Washington Post reporter to receive honorary doctorate from Ball State (Jan 27 2006)
Ball State offering new health care options with lower premiums (Jan 27 2006)
Tech Clips provide computer help 24/7 on the Internet to Ball State University (Jan 26 2006)
Ball State's Drawn to Reading program earns national recognition (Jan 25 2006)
Ball State study finds that traditional phonological awareness assessments are flawed (Jan 23 2006)
Ball State seeking to start new media consortium to aid industry (Jan 20 2006)
Ball State seeking to attract MBA students from India (Jan 20 2006)
Transfer of skills from careers to canines not far-fetched (Jan 20 2006)
Ball State junior wins Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Competition (Jan 20 2006)
Cooperative Computer Incident Response Workshop to be held at Ball State Jan. 26 (Jan 20 2006)
Superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools to give 11th annual Jack Beyerl Student Affairs Lecture (Jan 20 2006)
Ball State students assisting Indianapolis firm with strategic planning (Jan 20 2006)
Spanish at Work class to be offered at Ball State's Outreach Services Site (Jan 17 2006)
OTLA Alpha/Beta seminar features mystery novel (Jan 13 2006)
Finding the right artifacts, with a little help from his friends (Jan 13 2006)
Campus campaign for United Way a success (Jan 12 2006)
Ball State Museum of Art unveils 'Reel Time' film series (Jan 10 2006)
Ball State University offers SHRM Learning System Course (Jan 10 2006)
Ball State to use Google as new Web site search engine (Jan 9 2006)
Ball State president attends international education summit (Jan 9 2006)
Pritchard wins national Outstanding Faculty Adviser (Jan 9 2006)
Campus construction projects progress despite winter weather (Jan 6 2006)
Long-time Update editor retires (Jan 6 2006)
Ball State to host insurance education institute in 2006 (Jan 6 2006)
Ball State Opera Theatre presents Mozart's 'Die Zauberflöte' Jan. 27 and 29 (Jan 6 2006)
Grant to extend Guardian Scholars program through 2006 (Jan 6 2006)
Faculty and staff encouraged to participate in Unity Week events (Jan 6 2006)
Unity Week events to feature former ambassador to South Africa (Jan 5 2006)
Student named Kennett Scholarship recipient (Jan 5 2006)
Ball State study finds that smoking kills jobs as well as people (Dec 23 2005)
Ball State to create victim advocacy office (Dec 22 2005)
President Gora helps kick off St. Christopher renovation (Dec 16 2005)
Anonymous gift to provide scholarships for visually impaired students at Ball State (Dec 16 2005)
Landscape architecture ranked 11th in nation, best in the Midwest (Dec 16 2005)
Ball State trustees approve financing to enhance student living and dining options (Dec 16 2005)
Learning beyond the classroom (Dec 16 2005)
A lifetime of service leads to a legion of honors (Dec 15 2005)
Team from university communications receives gold medal award at regional conference (Dec 15 2005)
$20 million Lilly Endowment Inc. grant to push Ball State's digital initiatives (Dec 12 2005)
Faculty who want to blog can find support on campus (Dec 9 2005)
Indiana Academy to offer Youth Enrichment Programs (Dec 9 2005)
Communication and Media Building topping out ceremony to take place Dec. 14 (Dec 9 2005)
Ball State's police chief appointed to commission (Dec 9 2005)
Commencement ceremonies are Dec. 18 in Worthen Arena (Dec 8 2005)
Most college students ready to accept cell phone ads – for a price (Dec 8 2005)
Ball State hosts East Central Economic Summit (Dec 8 2005)
Ball State students working to develop cluster computer project at Indy airport (Dec 8 2005)
Ball State begins $48 million project to update heating, cooling plants (Dec 6 2005)
State, national economies to slow only slightly in 2006 (Dec 6 2005)
Tom Collins hired as Ball State's director of intercollegiate athletics (Dec 5 2005)
Ball State teams with MSN to give students and alumni a free lifetime of e-mail (Dec 5 2005)
Telecommunications professor appointed editor of communications publication (Dec 2 2005)
Student radio station wins international broadcast award (Dec 2 2005)
Entrepreneurship center director, economists to provide 2006 economic forecast (Dec 2 2005)
Use of blogs growing among Ball State faculty (Dec 2 2005)
Millions of students to take virtual flight on NASA's Vomit Comet (Dec 1 2005)
Ball State once again earns environmental honors from National Wildlife Federation (Nov 30 2005)
SimMan, SimBaby, new facilities enhance already successful nursing program (Nov 29 2005)
Ball State professor teaching in Ireland as Fulbright Scholar (Nov 28 2005)
Ball State distributing teaching DVD about the Constitution, First Amendment (Nov 28 2005)
Empire Brass, North America's finest brass quintet, to perform at Ball State (Nov 23 2005)
New scholarship honors long-time Ball State basketball fan (Nov 22 2005)
Basketball fans can assist Evansville tornado victims (Nov 21 2005)
Tech summit to focus on innovative solutions for business growth (Nov 18 2005)
Ball State assumes leadership role of professional selling magazine (Nov 18 2005)
International development fund will honor former professor (Nov 18 2005)
'On the Media' cohost to speak (Nov 18 2005)
Housing director offers perspective on housing trends (Nov 18 2005)
Ball State students propose designs for museum and visitor center at Statehouse (Nov 18 2005)
Indiana Academy hosts educators from Amman, Jordan (Nov 18 2005)
Ball State President Jo Ann M. Gora receives 2005 Torchbearer Award (Nov 18 2005)
Enter to win an iPod Shuffle by using UCS computer labs (Nov 18 2005)
Alumna's Iraqi combat diary featured in 'Ladies' Home Journal' (Nov 17 2005)
Ball State competes with Disney, Apple, National Geographic for DEMX Awards (Nov 16 2005)
Ball State joins Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (Nov 14 2005)
President hosts student organizations' leaders (Nov 14 2005)
New accounting scholarship created at Ball State (Nov 11 2005)
Ball State news program podcasting newscasts (Nov 11 2005)
Ball State under consideration to receive $1.4 million in funding for two projects (Nov 11 2005)
Cardinal QuickPay begins in mid-November (Nov 11 2005)
Larry Markle puts students first (Nov 10 2005)
Fall faculty award nominations sought (Nov 9 2005)
More national accolades for Ball State's educational leadership department (Nov 9 2005)
NASA executive to speak Nov. 16 at Ball State (Nov 8 2005)
Ball State names interim athletic director (Nov 7 2005)
Graphic designers win national awards (Nov 3 2005)
Ball State student chapter receives international award (Nov 3 2005)
Shine on St. Christopher (Nov 3 2005)
Technology firm gears up for security focus using research from Ball State (Nov 2 2005)
Study finds negative advertising stereotypes of elderly are unpopular (Nov 1 2005)
University Computing Services will host TechFest 2005 Nov. 2 (Oct 31 2005)
Wireless technologies conference set for Nov. 9 at Ball State (Oct 31 2005)
President Gora gives Gov. Daniels campus tour to highlight Ball State initiatives (Oct 31 2005)
Focus on Asia and Asian American Awareness Month events (Oct 31 2005)
New scholarship to assist elementary education majors at Ball State (Oct 31 2005)
Flags ordered to half-staff in honor of Rosa Parks (Oct 31 2005)
Ball State entrepreneurship team wrapping up report for Daviess County (Oct 31 2005)
Celebration of Chinese Cinema (Oct 28 2005)
Ball State working to assist business community in southern Mississippi (Oct 28 2005)
Faculty member is a child’s voice in court (Oct 28 2005)
Local couple establishes scholarship to assist Burris graduates (Oct 27 2005)
Daniels to visit Ball State to hear about wireless technology, meet with students (Oct 24 2005)
Importance of love underscores 'The Caucasian Chalk Circle,' to open Nov. 10 (Oct 24 2005)
Blogs are generating interest and coverage from universities and newspapers nationwide (Oct 21 2005)
Ball State faculty working to make state an insurance hub for nation (Oct 20 2005)
Live broadcast crosses continents, uses art to explore universities' role in 21st century (Oct 20 2005)
Ball State faculty artist to have local exhibit (Oct 20 2005)
Mark Boyle is in the pink, with a purpose (Oct 20 2005)
Ball State to improve teaching of American history in Madison (Oct 19 2005)
Ball State to host 'Mountaintop Removal Road Show' (Oct 19 2005)
Ball State helps community raise funds for Hurricane Katrina victims (Oct 17 2005)
Ball State surpasses goal for football stadium improvement project (Oct 15 2005)
Ball State counselor receives lifetime achievement award (Oct 14 2005)
Faculty member prepares her students for any crisis (Oct 14 2005)
Ball State to celebrate Freedom of Speech Week Oct. 17-23 (Oct 14 2005)
Ball State's president, other university 'models' in local Katrina fund-raiser (Oct 13 2005)
Ball State to honor six outstanding Hoosier women for their accomplishments (Oct 13 2005)
Knight Foundation awards Ball State $850,000 to expand journalism institute (Oct 13 2005)
CAP students and faculty members travel to hurricane-damaged areas to lend a hand (Oct 12 2005)
Students to participate in two etiquette dinners to sharpen business dining skills (Oct 12 2005)
Ball State faculty publish first textbook on news convergence (Oct 12 2005)
Ball State students developing model of edible lunar vehicle (Oct 12 2005)
Ball State honors local business educator with alumni award (Oct 11 2005)
National survey says Ball State University is the nation's top wireless campus (Oct 11 2005)
Paint it, and they will come: baseball's impact on pop culture (Oct 7 2005)
Ball State student to receive Patriot Award from ICLU (Oct 7 2005)
Miller College of Business brings alumni into classes for Dialogue Days (Oct 7 2005)
Former Conseco executive to discuss leadership Oct. 19 at Ball State (Oct 7 2005)
Ball State leads national pilot program, helps children transition to kindergarten (Oct 5 2005)
'Legacy of Hate' honored with 'Best of the Web' award (Oct 4 2005)
Ball State professor to photograph U.S. Supreme Court under new chief justice (Oct 3 2005)
Student-produced 'Disappeared' soon to be found on Strother stage (Oct 3 2005)
Ball State names new director of Residence Halls Dining Service (Sep 30 2005)
Area students receive Ed's Warehouse scholarships (Sep 30 2005)
Ball State to add new cardio equipment in fitness room (Sep 30 2005)
National media reports on Ball State's media usage research (Sep 30 2005)
Ball State helps transform Indianapolis elementary school from failing to Blue Ribbon (Sep 29 2005)
Ball State testing laser system to deliver high-speed, wireless communications (Sep 29 2005)
World Food Day teleconference (Sep 29 2005)
Third annual ArtsWalk expanded to include venues downtown, on campus, at Minnetrista (Sep 28 2005)
Beaux Arts Trio to open Ball State's Arts Alive series (Sep 28 2005)
Interactive media experts join Ball State's Industry Research Fellows program (Sep 26 2005)
Ball State incorporates interactive blogs and podcasts into recruiting process (Sep 23 2005)
Average person spends more time using media than anything else (Sep 23 2005)
Applications being accepted for 'The NEXT Big Thing' (Sep 23 2005)
Trustees approve business-related items (Sep 23 2005)
Jayne Beilke makes connections among her many selves (Sep 22 2005)
Ball State strength researcher penning column for fitness magazine (Sep 22 2005)
New study will determine how students digitally collect, store information (Sep 22 2005)
Heartland Festival award added to growing mantle of Henrie-McCrea's accomplishments (Sep 22 2005)
Ball State goes 'Into the Canyon,' comes out with national award (Sep 21 2005)
Ball State multimedia class wins national award (Sep 21 2005)
Adult caregiver workshop planned (Sep 21 2005)
Ball State receives three regional Emmy Awards (Sep 20 2005)
Ball State police officers trained by Homeland Security (Sep 16 2005)
Gov. Mitch Daniels announces plan to convert Reynolds, Ind., into BioTown (Sep 16 2005)
Ball State organizations working together to assist Katrina victims (Sep 16 2005)
Ball State conducts groundbreaking study on the needs of the 'mature' workforce (Sep 15 2005)
Author of 'The Tipping Point' and 'Blink' to speak at Emens Auditorium (Sep 15 2005)
Ball State researchers to reveal ways the media is used Sept. 26 in New York (Sep 15 2005)
Finally, a firefighter (Sep 15 2005)
Ball State shines light on St. Christopher Center through Building Better Communities (Sep 15 2005)
Barbershop harmony expert to speak Sept. 20 at Ball State's BeneFacta Day (Sep 15 2005)
Ball State earns AASCU's national Excellence in Teacher Education award (Sep 13 2005)
University Theatre opens Mainstage Season with the musical, 'Working' (Sep 13 2005)
Ball State University's sixth annual Greening of the Campus (Sep 9 2005)
Campus coordinates efforts to aid hurricane victims (Sep 9 2005)
Conference to kick off observance of Human Performance Laboratory's 40th anniversary (Sep 9 2005)
New book wipes away Dean's image, portrays him as well-adjusted (Sep 9 2005)
Hurricane Katrina Story Ideas (Sep 8 2005)
'Fuddy Meers' opens theatre season at Strother (Sep 8 2005)
Ball State students to produce news stories about people surviving Katrina (Sep 7 2005)
Ball State honors business leaders at annual event (Sep 7 2005)
Largest gift in school's history and visit from Carl Erskine mark memorable week (Sep 2 2005)
Educational leadership ranked as one of the nation's top 10 leadership programs (Sep 2 2005)
Ball State University adds to list of distinguished professors (Sep 2 2005)
Ball State elementary education student to be the featured blogger for EdWeek (Sep 2 2005)
Ball State reaching out to students affected by Hurricane Katrina (Sep 2 2005)
Indiana Court of Appeals will hear Conseco case Sept. 8 in Pruis Hall (Sep 1 2005)
Ball State hosting panel discussions, speakers for Constitution Day (Sep 1 2005)
Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance announces 2005-06 season (Sep 1 2005)
Open forums for Ball State provost candidates scheduled (Sep 1 2005)
World-class musicians coming to Ball State for Arts Alive Series (Aug 31 2005)
Lilly Endowment Inc. Business Fellows program has nearly 90 student openings (Aug 26 2005)
Environmental art lecture on Ball State campus (Aug 26 2005)
Virginia B. Ball Center's 'Intersections' wins national award (Aug 25 2005)
Ball State doctoral student earns Fulbright-Hays grant to study linguistics in Africa (Aug 25 2005)
Garfield puts on his thinking cap in new Professor Garfield Web site (Aug 24 2005)
Competition to raise robotics awareness in Delaware County (Aug 24 2005)
Cartoon media on display at Ball State University Museum of Art through Oct. 30 (Aug 24 2005)
News magazine ranks entrepreneurship program among top five in nation (Aug 23 2005)
McKinley Avenue by the numbers (Aug 19 2005)
Provost finalists to visit campus, hold open forums (Aug 19 2005)
Ball State sets record for cash gifts received in one year (Aug 19 2005)
Independent film shot on high definition to premiere Aug. 27 on campus (Aug 19 2005)
News magazine ranks two Ball State programs among the nation's best (Aug 19 2005)
Student affairs' future takes shape with new structure (Aug 18 2005)
McKinley Avenue reopens as the academic year begins (Aug 17 2005)
Journalism program's wristbands raising awareness about First Amendment (Aug 17 2005)
Ball State President Jo Ann M. Gora appointed to the Indiana Education Roundtable (Aug 12 2005)
MOCKUP: With Muncie couple's $1.25 million gift, Ball State stadium campaign hits final stretch (Aug 11 2005)
Ball State publications win second-place awards in national student contest (Aug 11 2005)
Ball State hires new director to lead entrepreneurship team (Aug 8 2005)
Ball State received $25.7 million in 2004-05 for research funding (Aug 3 2005)
Danielle Frazier appointed as student representative on Ball State's Board of Trustees (Jul 29 2005)
Kay Bales selected to lead Division of Student Affairs at Ball State (Jul 29 2005)
Summer 2005 commencement address (Jul 23 2005)
Tutoring program uses art to jump-start reading, writing activities (Jul 22 2005)
The Ball State Backyard to be center of attention Aug. 16 at State Fair (Jul 22 2005)
Ball State to honor gift by naming stadium communications center, stadium architect hired (Jul 22 2005)
Ball State trustees pass budget plan, union wage and benefits package (Jul 22 2005)
Gora to take part in Indiana trade mission trip at governor’s request (Jul 21 2005)
Ball State strength researcher named national educator of year (Jul 20 2005)
Partners take different roles in newspaper-television news-gathering partnerships (Jul 19 2005)
Ball State's president discusses university-related efforts in northern Indiana (Jul 19 2005)
Ball State alumnus presides over opening bell at NASDAQ (Jul 15 2005)
Ball State to graduate 1,317 students July 23 at summer commencement ceremony (Jul 14 2005)
Ball State alumnus named to lead the university's development efforts (Jul 8 2005)
John Huffer named national Photographer of the Year (Jul 7 2005)
Etcheson named new Bracken Professor of History (Jul 7 2005)
Ball State's John Huffer wins UPAA National Photographer of the Year (Jul 6 2005)
Ball State students earn five regional Emmy nominations in professional categories (Jul 1 2005)
With Muncie couple's $1.25 million gift, Ball State stadium campaign hits final stretch (Jun 30 2005)
Historian named director of Center for Middletown Studies at Ball State (Jun 29 2005)
Ball State students can now specialize in electronic art and animation, first offering in Indiana (Jun 29 2005)
Ball State will upgrade technology at its study abroad center in Australia (Jun 23 2005)
Gora named to Indiana Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (Jun 23 2005)
Manage some Ball State e-mail subscriptions with a new Web page (Jun 23 2005)
Aria International Summer Academy attracts students from around the globe (Jun 23 2005)
Fortune 500 firms must improve e-commerce sites to increase sales levels (Jun 22 2005)
Ball State faculty, students honored for work on local technology projects (Jun 21 2005)
Ball State professor, students working on documentary in Italy (Jun 20 2005)
Ball State telecommunications professor refreshing skills in Omaha (Jun 16 2005)
Electronic Field Trips' new season has broadcasts with NASA, Carlsbad Caverns, more (Jun 16 2005)
Recent Ball State graduate receives Student Academy Award (Jun 13 2005)
Family Picnic celebrates commitment of Ball State community (Jun 10 2005)
Anderson next stop on presidential tour to tout Ball State's economic impact (Jun 10 2005)
Three Ball State students win international awards at MCA-I's Media Festival (Jun 10 2005)
Ball State's Ball Bearings wins national award as best independent online magazine (Jun 9 2005)
Et tu, James Ruebel? (Jun 7 2005)
Marketing, communications, and enrollment management VP named at Ball State (Jun 7 2005)
Operation Wellness helps two Wells County schools achieve healthy school status (Jun 7 2005)
Ball State students help map forgotten drainage tiles via satellite photos and GPS units (Jun 6 2005)
Summer chorus seeking singers to perform in two concerts (Jun 3 2005)
Dedicated faculty members, students earn counseling psychology top national ranking (Jun 3 2005)
'Much Ado about Nothing' coming to summer Shakespeare stage (Jun 3 2005)
NewsLink Indiana broadcasts available through Bracken Library (Jun 3 2005)
Ball State Dinner Theatre opens with 'Pump Boys and Dinettes' (Jun 2 2005)
CAP lecture focuses on work of Frederick Crosley Ball (May 27 2005)
Animals and artistry blend together at Ball State Art 'MuZOOum' exhibit (May 26 2005)
Genealogy research sessions offered at Ball State's Bracken Library (May 26 2005)
High-tech video game technology captures bass virtuoso's bow technique (May 23 2005)
Thousands of students, parents, visitors coming to campus this summer (May 23 2005)
University's first student-produced high-definition film wins Student Academy Award (May 20 2005)
Ball State students win Fulbright, Udall awards (May 20 2005)
Openings still available for Cardinal Kids Camp (May 20 2005)
Parents' Night Out features fun, games, movies for kids (May 20 2005)
Ball State to offer summer swimming program (May 20 2005)
Steve Bell scheduled to appear on 'Nightline' to discuss his 2004 visit to China (May 19 2005)
Grantsmanship workshop at Ball State (May 18 2005)
School of Music presents Summer Outdoor Concert Series (May 17 2005)
Little Cardinal Basketball Camp begins (May 16 2005)
Ball State presents 59th Annual Chamber Music Festival (May 16 2005)
Indiana Public Radio wins 20 broadcast awards over last few months (May 13 2005)
Hospital representatives to speak at life sciences seminar May 17 (May 13 2005)
Ball State schedules public forums for vice presidential candidates (May 13 2005)
Board of Trustees passes two-year tuition and fees plan (May 13 2005)
Ball State to host annual Shakespearean summer workshop (May 12 2005)
Ball State student affairs recognizes outstanding staff members (May 12 2005)
Service employees to be honored for years of service (May 12 2005)
University Libraries celebrates one million visits (May 12 2005)
Sunny skies and bright smiles shine on Ball State University's commencement day (May 7 2005)
Ball State singing group to tour China for the first time (May 6 2005)
Professor looks at 'feel good' baseball movies in new book (May 6 2005)
Trustees discuss two-year tuition plan, action to come after May 13 public forum (May 6 2005)
Ball State to hold second public forum on tuition proposal before trustees take action (May 5 2005)
Debate team honored by Indiana House of Representatives (May 5 2005)
Ball State offers tutoring program to improve reading skills (May 5 2005)
Ball State students to chase storms across the Great Plains (May 3 2005)
University named '2005 TV School of the Year' by IASB (Apr 29 2005)
When it comes to the average person, body mass index doesn't lie (Apr 29 2005)
Educational psychology doctoral program among nation's best (Apr 28 2005)
Former U.S. presidential adviser to give address at graduation ceremony (Apr 28 2005)
Advertising students advance to national finals after winning district competition (Apr 26 2005)
Tourism's impact on Ireland captured through student-produced radio series (Apr 26 2005)
Ball State and Purdue Iron Egg Launch is all it's cracked up to be (Apr 22 2005)
Interns examining ways government agencies can be more efficient (Apr 22 2005)
Online teaching and learning professor receives award for innovation (Apr 22 2005)
Students partner with Hispanic families to break barriers (Apr 22 2005)
Criminal justice professor wins national advising award (Apr 22 2005)
Invaders battle natives of the San Francisco Bay in broadcast May 10 (Apr 22 2005)
Hubble's 15th anniversary observed by local officials, university (Apr 22 2005)
University develops working model for new core curriculum (Apr 21 2005)
McKinley Avenue will be closed through Aug. 12 (Apr 19 2005)
Students feed Garfield, contribute to Indiana's economic recovery (Apr 15 2005)
Ball State to host public forum on state and university funding issues (Apr 14 2005)
Students help assess new business growth in local cities and counties (Apr 14 2005)
Learning Center earns international certification (Apr 13 2005)
Public relations executive to receive National Public Relations Achievement Award (Apr 13 2005)
Spring means warmer weather, flowers and ticks (Apr 13 2005)
Ball State Statesmen performed national anthem at Indians game (Apr 13 2005)
University presents annual Festival of Dance (Apr 13 2005)
Nominations sought for outstanding Indiana women (Apr 12 2005)
Ball State marketing class assisting new technology company (Apr 12 2005)
World premiere of scientific symphony based on human genome (Apr 11 2005)
Research team investigates the impact of long space missions on females (Apr 11 2005)
Debate team wins national title (Apr 8 2005)
J-Ideas receives grant to conduct regional workshops (Apr 7 2005)
Burris offering summer classes for elementary, middle and high school students (Apr 7 2005)
Ball State becomes the first Indiana campus to add electric hybrid bus to fleet (Apr 7 2005)
Ball State to immerse Thai medical students in English culture, language (Apr 6 2005)
Ozzie Smith, wool jerseys, pillbox caps featured in next award-winning electronic field trip (Apr 6 2005)
British educator to discuss U.K. educational developments April 15 (Apr 6 2005)
April 14 lecture focuses on impact of technology on society (Apr 6 2005)
Students to help preserve Indiana's oldest government building (Apr 5 2005)
WIPB-TV receives $1 million grant to help pay for digital tower (Apr 4 2005)
News magazine ranks Ball State entrepreneurship program among nation's best (Apr 2 2005)
Ball State seeking participants for its second Middletown Media Study (Apr 1 2005)
April 2005 Arts Calendar (Mar 31 2005)
Ball State to honor New Jersey school principal at honors banquet (Mar 31 2005)
Banking executive to be recognized by business honorary society (Mar 31 2005)
Fashion hits the runway at Ball State (Mar 31 2005)
Ball State's online career exploration program receives national award (Mar 31 2005)
Technology firm to give one-day intensive seminar (Mar 28 2005)
Earth Week activities scheduled April 16-23 (Mar 28 2005)
Sustainability expert to speak March 30 (Mar 25 2005)
Ball State stages world premiere of 'Two Character Play' (Mar 25 2005)
Study: College students receive, but don't recall, cell phone ads (Mar 24 2005)
Annual student art exhibition turns 70 (Mar 24 2005)
Ball State hosts Women's Week through April 2 (Mar 24 2005)
Study finds managers discriminate against obese sales personnel (Mar 23 2005)
Phi Kappa Phi honor society hosts spring initiation (Mar 23 2005)
Student newspaper wins two national awards (Mar 23 2005)
Trivers Memorial Lecture set for March 24 (Mar 22 2005)
Indiana Court of Appeals to hold hearing March 24 (Mar 21 2005)
Kirkpatrick aging conference to focus on technology (Mar 18 2005)
Public health expert to speak March 29 (Mar 18 2005)
Forty years of shaping communities in Indiana, world (Mar 17 2005)
'Digital Boot Camp' attendees can earn certification (Mar 16 2005)
Interior design students propose lab redesigns (Mar 16 2005)
Ball State hosts regional science fair (Mar 15 2005)
'Father of Russian public relations' coming to Ball State (Mar 15 2005)
Sales symposium set for April 25 (Mar 14 2005)
Newly opened Native American Museum featured in Electronic Field Trip (Mar 9 2005)
'Anything Goes' offers romance and mischief on high seas (Mar 9 2005)
Ball State to host national collegiate entrepreneurship competition (Mar 4 2005)
Ball State ranks in top five in NCAA Academic Progress Report (Mar 4 2005)
Traditional retailers must focus on customer service to survive (Mar 2 2005)
Study finds fifth graders sleeping less, causing symptoms (Mar 1 2005)
Historian-writer named distinguished professor (Feb 24 2005)
Couch potatoes warned to start exercise slowly (Feb 24 2005)
Area child center named to Professional Development Schools network (Feb 23 2005)
Certified Training Consultant Institute returns (Feb 22 2005)
Ball State receives international teacher education award (Feb 22 2005)
Task force begins crafting new strategic plan (Feb 21 2005)
MSNBC editor speaks tonight (Feb 17 2005)
New York filmmaker, video artist coming Tuesday (Feb 16 2005)
New dean named for College of Communication, Information, and Media (Feb 15 2005)
Ball State professor to discuss literary biographies today (Feb 15 2005)
Papa Johns' founder gives $30,000 to Miller College of Business (Jan 28 2005)
'Love's Fire' brings Shakespearean sonnets to Ball State (Jan 27 2005)
Ball State president to speak Feb. 1 on role of technology (Jan 27 2005)
Ball State creates Inauguration Scholarships in lieu of formal ceremony (Jan 26 2005)
Ball State's student choral director group named nation's best (Jan 19 2005)
Ball State's Teleplex to produce governor's State of the State address Jan. 18 (Jan 14 2005)
National fitness company adds Ball State researcher to its advisory board (Jan 13 2005)
Ball State hosts nation's largest collegiate sales job fair (Jan 13 2005)
Tokyo String Quartet brings 30 years of chamber music to Ball State (Jan 12 2005)
High school counselors say they lack skills to assist gay, lesbian students (Jan 12 2005)
U.S. News & World Report lists online nursing master's program as second-largest (Jan 11 2005)
Weather-related update: Housing for students without power (Jan 10 2005)
Letter from housing director regarding temporary housing (Jan 9 2005)
Computer training for disabled youth praised by international certification firm (Dec 28 2004)
President says graduates will determine how they measure success (Dec 19 2004)
Ball State saxophone quartet contributes to compact disc series (Dec 16 2004)
Community Technology Initiative outlined at second Tech Summit (Dec 16 2004)
Added earnings potential benefits students on Ball State's three-year bachelor’s degree track (Dec 15 2004)
Nanotechnology researcher named distinguished professor (Dec 10 2004)
Museum of Art to feature 'Faces and Figures: Sculpture of Africa' (Dec 10 2004)
Ball State to offer Cisco Systems training workshops on campus (Dec 10 2004)
Security Alert: Dealing with e-mail scams and hoaxes (Dec 7 2004)
State, national economies enter 2005 with healthy momentum (Dec 7 2004)
Ball State students present laboratory designs to Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (Dec 6 2004)
From 'Sleeping Beauty' to the garage, Ball State knows how to Dance! (Dec 3 2004)
Area students receive Ed's Warehouse scholarships (Dec 3 2004)
Indiana Society of Chicago honors Ball State (Dec 3 2004)
Santa should bring ties, shirt, professional clothing to college students (Dec 1 2004)
Ball State economists, Purdue's president to discuss economic outlook (Dec 1 2004)
No matter how festive the office party, it's still about business (Dec 1 2004)
Students search for little green men during E3 Electronic Field Trip (Nov 30 2004)
Work of digital media artist, graduate student honored in Germany (Nov 29 2004)
Center for Historic Preservation to study Indiana's metal truss bridges (Nov 29 2004)
Student radio station captures international broadcast awards (Nov 29 2004)
NCAA president to call for new alignment of athletics in Dec. 3 lecture (Nov 29 2004)
Ball State telecommunications professor to discuss future of local media (Nov 23 2004)
Ball State to receive new federal funding for three programs (Nov 23 2004)
Ball State landscape architecture program ranked in the nation's top 10 (Nov 17 2004)
Ball State to host high school leadership conference Nov. 20 at Student Center (Nov 17 2004)
Ball State's converged news project honored with technology award (Nov 17 2004)
Ball State president, economists to provide 2005 economic forecast (Nov 17 2004)
First convergence study finds newspapers not taking advantage of TV partners (Nov 16 2004)
Political science professor honored for work improving student internships (Nov 16 2004)
Ball State increases internship opportunities for chemistry students (Nov 15 2004)
Ball State professor named state's top university art educator of the year (Nov 12 2004)
Wisconsin dean of students is Focus on Asia speaker (Nov 12 2004)
'Fast Food Nation' author is Freshman Connections speaker (Nov 12 2004)
Spanish professor receives teacher of the year award (Nov 12 2004)
Ball State tops Billboard charts, beats Disney for national award (Nov 9 2004)
University Singers to sponsor first dance-off (Nov 9 2004)
Ball State to award $2.6 million in need-based grants in 2005-06 (Nov 5 2004)
Survey finds voters prefer paper, Internet over electronic kiosks (Nov 4 2004)
HGTV reality show inspires redesign of Ball State computer labs (Nov 4 2004)
International festival brings food, music from around the world to Ball State (Nov 4 2004)
College honors communications professional with Steward Award (Nov 4 2004)
Pianist Krystian Zimerman to play Ball State, now an All-Steinway School (Nov 4 2004)
National honor society recognizes Ball State chapter for successful recruiting (Nov 3 2004)
Ball State helps MOMs land grant from Oprah Winfrey (Nov 3 2004)
Ball State's public relations student chapter receives two national awards (Nov 2 2004)
Digital news students provide election results to area media outlets (Nov 2 2004)
Gift will create scholarship for accounting students at Ball State (Nov 1 2004)
Ball State starts fund-raising campaign to transform football stadium (Oct 30 2004)
Former student creates scholarship for music majors at Ball State (Oct 29 2004)
Families should consider seniors' physical abilities during the holidays (Oct 29 2004)
Ball State to host Dutch sports delegation Nov. 11 as it tours U.S. (Oct 29 2004)
Ball State to announce capital campaign for football stadium expansion, renovation (Oct 29 2004)
Ball State tops Billboard charts, competes with NASCAR, Showtime, Disney (Oct 29 2004)
Honor society hosts fall installation Nov. 14 (Oct 28 2004)
Ball State Family Weekend festivities begin Oct. 29 (Oct 27 2004)
Shakespearean classic comes to University Theatre (Oct 26 2004)
Ball State technology moves laundry from clothesline to online (Oct 26 2004)
Residence hall project registers students, sees if they voted (Oct 25 2004)
Relationship between corn, pork to be discussed Oct. 29 at Ball State (Oct 25 2004)
Stronger economy should boost Christmas retail sales by 4-6 percent (Oct 25 2004)
New scholarship to honor former industry and technology professor (Oct 22 2004)
Screening, early detection key to helping women prevent breast cancer (Oct 22 2004)
Ball State survey to find out what voting method draws more people to polls (Oct 22 2004)
Judy O'Bannon, Randall Shepard honored at historic preservation's 25th anniversary (Oct 21 2004)
Ball State to show Chinese films as part of Focus on Asia month (Oct 21 2004)
New scholarship to honor former director of choral activities (Oct 20 2004)
Tune in for first live educational broadcast from rim of Grand Canyon (Oct 20 2004)
New scholarship to honor work of recently retired theater professor (Oct 19 2004)
Department of Industry and Technology hosts high school visitors during fall break (Oct 15 2004)
Three new public charter schools to open in Gary, East Chicago and Richmond (Oct 15 2004)
Indianapolis organization endows printing/graphic arts scholarship (Oct 14 2004)
Memorial concert Oct. 21 to honor former business professor (Oct 14 2004)
Ball State receives two nominations for online journalism awards (Oct 14 2004)
Ball State students to help restore natural prairie in northwest Indiana (Oct 14 2004)
Professor to discuss community-based education, public service Oct. 26 (Oct 14 2004)
Ball State to honor six outstanding Hoosier women (Oct 14 2004)
Bush, Kerry using entertainment television shows to reach public (Oct 13 2004)
Ball State offers artful variety of tricks and treats this Halloween (Oct 13 2004)
New scholarship to honor former jazz musician from Fort Wayne (Oct 13 2004)
Family endows scholarship to honor late Ball State professor (Oct 12 2004)
Nursing study finds socialization key for successful online learning (Oct 12 2004)
John Fisher's 'Lessons Learned in Leadership' address (Oct 11 2004)
Ball State students form state's first microbiology chapter (Oct 11 2004)
Job outlook for recent college graduates improving (Oct 8 2004)
Ball State's Indianapolis planning center earns national honor for Web site (Oct 8 2004)
Extra! Extra! 'Bat Boy' emerges from cave and takes the stage (Oct 6 2004)
Papa John's CEO receives Hall of Fame honor (Oct 6 2004)
Students work with Citigroup to raise credit problem awareness (Oct 6 2004)
Three Asian-American artists honor tradition in museum exhibit (Oct 5 2004)
Wells County hundreds of pounds lighter because of Operation Wellness (Oct 5 2004)
Ball State's homecoming features new and old traditions (Oct 4 2004)
University creates display to recognize donors (Oct 4 2004)
Ball State to show 'Super Size Me' Oct. 12 at Pruis Hall (Oct 4 2004)
Levitt to make solo debut as Ball State faculty member (Sep 30 2004)
Son of Middletown studies authors to speak Nov. 4-6 at Small Cities Conference (Sep 30 2004)
New book lists Ball State's broadcasting program among the nation's best (Sep 29 2004)
Lilly Endowment Business Fellows program sponsors 13 initiatives for 2004 (Sep 28 2004)
Golden harp is giant treasure for School of Music (Sep 27 2004)
Foundation board member honored as alumni role model (Sep 27 2004)
Holocaust scholar to give Honors College lecture Oct. 6 (Sep 27 2004)
Risk management executive to visit Ball State this week (Sep 27 2004)
Lack of sunlight may place some at risk for seasonal affective disorder (Sep 27 2004)
Halloween continues to grow as retail sales surpass $7 billion (Sep 22 2004)
'The Miracle Worker' opens 2004-05 theater season (Sep 22 2004)
Ball State broadcasting efforts win five regional Emmys (Sep 21 2004)
Ivan highlights importance of disaster planning for apartment management class (Sep 17 2004)
Former Ball Corp. official speaks Sept. 22 at Alumni Center (Sep 16 2004)
Computing improvements will encourage Internet innovation at Ball State (Sep 16 2004)
Home is where the pallet is (Sep 15 2004)
Graduates help student affairs degree program attain lofty ranking (Sep 13 2004)
Journalism workshop for junior high students set for Nov. 12 (Sep 13 2004)
Reading should be part of a well-balanced breakfast (Sep 13 2004)
Study: No insurance company went bankrupt because of Sept. 11 (Sep 9 2004)
Ball State adds media experts for next phase of Middletown Media Studies (Sep 9 2004)
Outreach Services site in Fishers to have grand opening Sept. 13 (Sep 9 2004)
Disaster response expert says Florida may be at breaking point (Sep 9 2004)
Ball State's Electronic Field Trips program grows thanks to Best Buy (Sep 8 2004)
Professor, students help with Sept. 11 park planning (Sep 8 2004)
Italian Renaissance portraits focus of Edmund F. Petty Memorial Lecture (Sep 8 2004)
Freelance journalist speaks at criminal justice workshop (Sep 8 2004)
'You did WHAT with my razor?' Ball State team studies newlyweds (Sep 7 2004)
'The Shape of Things' takes form on Strother Theatre stage (Sep 7 2004)
Ball State police beginning accreditation process (Sep 7 2004)
Overall enrollment projection steady; student quality remains strong (Sep 2 2004)
Trustees approve funding for new building, legislative request for 2005-07 biennium (Sep 2 2004)
High-bandwidth prototype could become national model in education (Aug 31 2004)
Private giving to Ball State shatters previous record, bucks national trend (Aug 30 2004)
High school graduation exam requirement linked to lower SAT scores (Aug 30 2004)
President to be interviewed on Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick (Aug 25 2004)
Tickets on sale for Keith Urban concert at Emens Auditorium (Aug 24 2004)
Music Instruction Building, parking garage near completion (Aug 24 2004)
School of Extended Education names Rawlings Award recipient (Aug 23 2004)
Resistance training may help astronauts on long space flights (Aug 23 2004)
Seven honored for contributions to university (Aug 20 2004)
Magazine touts Ball State's entrepreneurship, freshman programs (Aug 20 2004)
Gora to be call-in program guest today on IPR, WIPB (Aug 18 2004)
New networking lab to educate students about computer security (Aug 17 2004)
Lilly Endowment funds Ball State plan to build intellectual capital (Aug 16 2004)
Ball State President Jo Ann M. Gora visits State Fair (Aug 16 2004)
Ball State University to host Indiana Commission for Higher Education (Aug 13 2004)
Ball State's pioneering summer chemistry research program to be model (Aug 13 2004)
Cardinal Kids Camp penny war raises more than $450 (Aug 5 2004)
Center for Organizational Resources to offer computer courses (Aug 5 2004)
Belly ring, polo shirt or business suit? Job trainees learn how to dress for work (Jul 30 2004)
Alumni phonathon surpasses $1 million for fourth consecutive year (Jul 28 2004)
Commencement speaker provides definition of attitude (Jul 24 2004)
High school teachers get cooking to prepare for back to school (Jul 24 2004)
Economic information available to the public via e-mail (Jul 22 2004)
Ball State receives school-record 16 Emmy nominations (Jul 21 2004)
Church music production seminar set for Aug. 7 (Jul 19 2004)
Ball State to graduate 1,232 students July 24 at summer commencement ceremony (Jul 15 2004)
Students' DVDs, which help Hispanic immigrants, gaining nationwide popularity (Jul 15 2004)
Emmy-winning student awaits this year's nominations (Jul 15 2004)
Gift from former professor to upgrade football stadium, geography (Jul 14 2004)
Teaching majors from Jay County eligible for scholarship to Ball State (Jul 14 2004)
Ball State receives full 10-year reaccreditation without interim review (Jul 9 2004)
High school students earn global-based certificates at Ball State center (Jul 8 2004)
Jazz Lab Ensemble to perform at world's largest music festival (Jul 1 2004)
Paintings and glassworks on display at Museum of Art (Jun 29 2004)
Uncle Sam and Lady Liberty were stereotyped following terrorist attacks (Jun 25 2004)
Students find 'pot of gold' when unearthing archaeological site (Jun 25 2004)
Teachers College pilots online licensing to reduce lag time (Jun 25 2004)
Chef brings home gold from culinary competition (Jun 25 2004)
College of Architecture and Planning names new chair (Jun 24 2004)
Former professor creates natural resources scholarship (Jun 24 2004)
Midori and McDonald to open new music building (Jun 23 2004)
Muncie family creates scholarship (Jun 23 2004)
New organization to address safety issues of older adults (Jun 23 2004)
Outstanding Ball State trainers honored (Jun 18 2004)
Adolescents manipulate parents following divorce, separation (Jun 16 2004)
Ball State sponsors new charter schools in Carmel, Gary, East Chicago (Jun 16 2004)
Ball State is building a backyard at the State Fair (Jun 14 2004)
Today's college students value, appreciate family more (Jun 14 2004)
Students' technology initiative produces fruit for their labors (Jun 14 2004)
University earns spot in National Baseball Hall of Fame (Jun 11 2004)
Ball State to host free camp for twice exceptional children (Jun 9 2004)
New SAT to be subject of College Board workshop at Ball State (Jun 7 2004)
Summer Chorus to be Douglas Amman's farewell concert (Jun 7 2004)
Computers fully integrated into college students' lives (Jun 7 2004)
Ball State student captures grandfather's memories of D-Day (Jun 3 2004)
Ball State to offer in-state tuition to some Ohio residents (Jun 2 2004)
Eco-House open house set for June 18 (Jun 1 2004)
Fourth of July promises to be loud, damaging to the ears (May 27 2004)
Ball State police add less-than-lethal and crowd-control equipment options (May 27 2004)
News industry editor to head Ball State's journalism institute (May 26 2004)
'West Wing' to become reality for Ball State student this summer (May 21 2004)
May commencement address by J. Wayne Leonard (May 21 2004)
Most weather-related disaster movies not based on scientific facts (May 20 2004)
Center for Media Design to research interactive TV advertising (May 19 2004)
Companies, workers have means to cut 'cyber slacking' (May 19 2004)
New Web site to unify scholastic journalism with technology (May 19 2004)
World War II pilot to speak at Indiana Conference on Aging Well (May 19 2004)
Openings available at Burris Laboratory School for 2004-05 (May 17 2004)
Jo Ann M. Gora appointed 14th president of Ball State University (May 11 2004)
Ball State to introduce new president at Tuesday news conference (May 10 2004)
Trustees approve budget plan that includes new tuition rate (May 7 2004)
Carillon concert to begin after commencement ceremony (May 6 2004)
Muncie Central High School students preparing for nationally broadcast field trip (May 6 2004)
Ball State to offer program for emerging leaders (May 5 2004)
Usability studies conducted for new bedside computer system (May 4 2004)
Ball State honors three for protecting environment (May 3 2004)
Spanish professor honored by state education association (May 3 2004)
Pakistani journal honors professor with special issue (Apr 30 2004)
Maryland professor to speak at public relations conference (Apr 30 2004)
Burris offers summer enrichment classes (Apr 30 2004)
Students in Tornado Alley to study storms (Apr 28 2004)
Center for Technology in Education, Apple Computer host technology roundtable (Apr 28 2004)
Ball State students explore ideas for new Indianapolis stadium district (Apr 27 2004)
Ball State to confer honorary degrees May 8 (Apr 27 2004)
Industry and technology professor receives Sagamore of the Wabash Award (Apr 27 2004)
April 30 forum to discuss ways to engage youth, strengthen public life (Apr 27 2004)
Building a better bean crock (Apr 27 2004)
Student-built car accepts mileage challenge (Apr 26 2004)
Magazine ranks Ball State's entrepreneurship program among nation's best (Apr 26 2004)
Design and planning center in Indianapolis honored (Apr 23 2004)
Twilight concert features American, English and German composers (Apr 23 2004)
Ball State, downtown Muncie connected by second annual ArtsWalk (Apr 22 2004)
Egg toss competition scheduled for April 30 (Apr 22 2004)
Lucasfilm joins digital media organization formed by Ball State (Apr 21 2004)
Interactive artwork, 'Stand,' to premiere at Stutz Studio Tour (Apr 21 2004)
New imaging facility should enhance research, spur economic development (Apr 21 2004)
Study finds TV viewers are watching more morning news shows (Apr 20 2004)
Indiana students to star in nationally broadcast field trip to Washington (Apr 19 2004)
Crisis management specialist to receive public relations award (Apr 16 2004)
Final 'Friends' episode may be as popular, costly as the Super Bowl (Apr 16 2004)
Student-produced fashion show hits downtown Muncie (Apr 16 2004)
School of Extended Education offers advising sessions for Indianapolis residents (Apr 15 2004)
President-elect of American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences visits (Apr 13 2004)
Professor creates work of art based on DNA (Apr 13 2004)
Nursing alumni open display at Muncie Children's Museum (Apr 13 2004)
Experienced teacher will mentor physics instructors around state (Apr 13 2004)
Ball State dance team to participate in BET 'Spring Bling' special (Apr 13 2004)
Artwork brightens barn, celebrates beauty of Midwestern landscapes (Apr 12 2004)
Ball State assisting Adams County to develop E-911 system (Apr 8 2004)
'Miss Saigon' brings classic love story to Emens (Apr 6 2004)
Indiana Public Radio news receives 15 Associated Press honors (Apr 6 2004)
Foreign relations expert to focus on Iraq in April 22 lecture (Apr 2 2004)
Students learn about career opportunities created by aging population (Apr 2 2004)
U.S. News ranks Ball State entrepreneurship program among nation's best (Apr 2 2004)
Burris sponsors 5K walk and run as part of 75th anniversary celebration (Apr 2 2004)
Newslink Indiana seeking reporters for online news project (Apr 2 2004)
Ball State graduates continue to excel on national nursing exam (Apr 1 2004)
Human Performance pioneer receives lifetime achievement award (Apr 1 2004)
Ball State to host teleconference on Alzheimer's disease (Apr 1 2004)
Ball State creates state's first scholarship to reward diversity efforts (Mar 31 2004)
'Readers Theatre' exchange with Danish college promotes literacy efforts (Mar 31 2004)
Entomology lab to test mosquitoes, ticks for diseases (Mar 31 2004)
Ball State to sponsor journalism ethics videoconference (Mar 31 2004)
Ball State's student daily newspaper wins national honor (Mar 30 2004)
Professor urges people to observe National Walk to Work Day (Mar 30 2004)
Ball State to host forum on proposed tuition rates (Mar 30 2004)
New book on Sudan covers nation's bloody history (Mar 29 2004)
Student wins national art award for Daffy Duck-inspired table (Mar 29 2004)
University Singers enjoying national television exposure (Mar 25 2004)
University Singers celebrate 40th anniversary at April 3 Spectacular (Mar 25 2004)
Grant workshop aimed at family and consumer sciences students (Mar 25 2004)
Ball State campaign addresses off-campus behavior (Mar 24 2004)
Statement by Douglas McConkey, vice president for student affairs and enrollment management (Mar 24 2004)
Professor named to Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame (Mar 23 2004)
'New Circus' allows spirit to roam free and imagination to take flight (Mar 17 2004)
'Finding Indiana' exhibit receives national recognition (Mar 17 2004)
Music Engineering Technology changes name, improves curriculum (Mar 17 2004)
Interior design students help disabled Indy resident plan custom home (Mar 17 2004)
Economic center receives award for efforts in Elkhart County (Mar 17 2004)
Sustainability writer to speak March 24 at Miller College of Business (Mar 15 2004)
Ball State team teaches robot to sort M&Ms by color (Mar 12 2004)
‘Reality TV Bytes,’ will spoof reality television during its limited-access, live broadcast (Mar 12 2004)
Ball State hosts Women’s Week to April 2 (Mar 12 2004)
Star of Comedy Central's Chappelle's show comes to Emens (Mar 11 2004)
Ball State's Indy design center moves, regional 2020 plan adopted (Mar 11 2004)
Web site offers tips on designing homes for elderly and Alzheimer's patients (Mar 10 2004)
Students to volunteer in West Virginia over spring break (Mar 10 2004)
Greatest living country singer coming to Emens (Mar 8 2004)
McDonald's stops super sizing and everyone pays attention (Mar 4 2004)
Michael Wolff, Cathy Morris event at Emens canceled (Mar 4 2004)
CCIM dean candidates to visit campus (Mar 3 2004)
Certified Training Consultant Institute begins March 30 (Mar 3 2004)
Museum of Art to premiere digital video collaboration (Mar 3 2004)
CNN International senior news editor to lecture at Ball State (Mar 3 2004)
Ball State seeking nominations for outstanding Indiana women (Mar 3 2004)
Student radio station acquires FM broadcast license (Mar 3 2004)
Students to award $15,000 toward student scholarships (Mar 3 2004)
March 5 workshop will help guide campus bikeway plan (Mar 1 2004)
Internet and art come together in online gallery created by students (Mar 1 2004)
Student input helping to direct planning of new residence hall (Mar 1 2004)
Multimedia tribute to composer Henry Mancini coming to Emens (Mar 1 2004)
Most research misses the facts: Americans use twice as much media as they say (Feb 25 2004)
Indiana Academy students dominate regional science competition (Feb 25 2004)
Ball State leader calls new Lilly initiative great news for Indiana (Feb 25 2004)
Rural Community Academy charter signing ceremony Feb. 26 (Feb 24 2004)
'Ruthless' tale of theatrical mayhem to unfold at Strother Theatre (Feb 24 2004)
Ball State hosts annual aging conference April 15 (Feb 24 2004)
Ball State hosts Student Design Interaction Day (Feb 20 2004)
Ball State students spend spring break on medical mission (Feb 20 2004)
Professor: 'Frasier' better at comedy than 'Friends' (Feb 20 2004)
Burris Laboratory School accepting applications for kindergarten (Feb 20 2004)
Smash hit STOMP returns to Emens Auditorium (Feb 18 2004)
Atrium Gallery display of ceramics by alumni part of statewide celebration (Feb 18 2004)
Ball State to use $528,000 gift for merit scholarships (Feb 17 2004)
Ball State refines public charter school application process (Feb 17 2004)
Globe-trotting students explore architecture and planning (Feb 17 2004)
Ball State student group hosts bingo night Feb. 18 (Feb 17 2004)
Ball State researchers to assist in software protection (Feb 16 2004)
'Our Town,' a simple but real depiction of American life (Feb 16 2004)
Renowned historic preservationist speaks on campus Feb. 23 (Feb 16 2004)
University initiative to 'seed' innovative programs (Feb 13 2004)
Ball State to train volunteer weather observers (Feb 12 2004)
Instructor offers advice on being a good valentine (Feb 11 2004)
Ball State to honor former business dean (Feb 11 2004)
Saturday art classes look at visual culture of Latin America (Feb 11 2004)
Ball State exceeds goals of Lilly matching gift program (Feb 11 2004)
Winterfest set for Feb. 24 at Ivy Tech State College (Feb 11 2004)
Internationally known artists coming to Atrium Gallery (Feb 11 2004)
University seeks student input on technology needs (Feb 10 2004)
Retired Fort Wayne administrator endows scholarship (Feb 10 2004)
Ball State launches online crime tip program (Feb 10 2004)
Miller College of Business dean elected to education board (Feb 9 2004)
New book looks at history of Ball State men's basketball (Feb 5 2004)
Book signing ceremony before Feb. 11 game (Feb 5 2004)
New program to help teachers improve hi-tech proficiency (Feb 5 2004)
Electronic field trip to feature Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith (Feb 4 2004)
Urban teaching program earns national award for diversity (Feb 4 2004)
Two Ball State students advance to national competition (Feb 4 2004)
The Beatles: It was 40 years ago that they began to play (Feb 3 2004)
Weight management expert to speak March 1 at Ball State (Feb 3 2004)
Magical world of Dr. Seuss comes to Emens Auditorium (Feb 2 2004)
Students learn what makes RCA Dome, Westin run smoothly (Jan 30 2004)
Lawyer and accessibility expert named Ball State trustee (Jan 30 2004)
Trustees accept sales institute gift, set room and board rates (Jan 30 2004)
Ball State's spring on-campus enrollment highest since 1996 (Jan 30 2004)
Children's center given ebooks to help children read, learn (Jan 30 2004)
Ball State's wireless computer network gets faster (Jan 29 2004)
Information technology executive speaks Feb. 4 at Ball State (Jan 28 2004)
Ball State, Ivy Tech to assist former foster youth (Jan 27 2004)
Opera Verdi Europe takes Emens Auditorium stage Feb. 13 (Jan 27 2004)
Actuarial science scholarship created at Ball State (Jan 26 2004)
Ball State offers after-school tutoring for reading (Jan 26 2004)
Ball State and Movielink to research broadband video on demand for college market (Jan 21 2004)
Professor says Democratic race is fluid (Jan 21 2004)
Lilly grant brings actress Lindsay Crouse to Ball State (Jan 21 2004)
Ball State adds construction management option (Jan 20 2004)
Older adults less negative about personal computers (Jan 20 2004)
Professor honors Macintosh's 20th birthday (Jan 20 2004)
Former Muncie residents create scholarship at Ball State (Jan 16 2004)
Most administrative support staff taking tech courses (Jan 16 2004)
Burris Laboratory School celebrates 75th anniversary (Jan 16 2004)
Book highlights contributions by ordinary African-Americans (Jan 15 2004)
Popular tale of deceit, deception and revenge comes to Emens (Jan 15 2004)
Winter darkness getting you down? It's a SAD story (Jan 14 2004)
Businesses expecting employees to improve computer skills (Jan 13 2004)
Health contracts guide older adults into regular exercise (Jan 12 2004)
Chinese silent film classic restored by professor (Jan 12 2004)
Health education important for students schooled at home (Jan 9 2004)
Intermedia artist, renowned art critic coming to Ball State (Jan 9 2004)
Students create digital campus tour, help develop new software (Jan 5 2004)
Traditional Japanese kimonos to be displayed at Museum of Art (Jan 5 2004)
Study finds more anti-gay hate crimes reported by the media (Jan 5 2004)
Veteran entrepreneur to speak Jan. 28 at Ball State (Jan 5 2004)
Estate gift provides funding for research, publishing (Jan 5 2004)
Officer assigned to non-patrol post after grand jury decision (Dec 29 2003)
Companies prefer pay-for-performance over Christmas bonuses (Dec 19 2003)
Most musical genres have Christmas-themed songs (Dec 19 2003)
Proposed residence hall headed to drafting table (Dec 19 2003)
Ball State architecture program ranked high, rated 'value pick' (Dec 17 2003)
Committee begins presidential search process, holds open forum (Dec 12 2003)
Tickets on sale for Montgomery Gentry at Emens (Dec 11 2003)
Baseline data is in on Ball State charter schools (Dec 11 2003)
President Brownell's statement on police policy modifications (Dec 11 2003)
Police training modified, alcohol abuse response enhanced (Dec 11 2003)
Ball State's alcohol education, information and alternative programming efforts (Dec 11 2003)
Walking recommended to help keep the holiday pounds off (Dec 9 2003)
School psychology program produces most professors in U.S. (Dec 9 2003)
Federal grant boosts Ball State-Muncie broadband initiative (Dec 9 2003)
Lilly Endowment gives $1.5 million for internship development (Dec 8 2003)
Ball State's work force development programs boost local economy (Dec 8 2003)
New book says international community failed in Bosnia (Dec 8 2003)
Ball State's Global Media Network honored for technology (Dec 5 2003)
Dance! Dance! Dance! showcases a variety of styles (Dec 5 2003)
Ball State mourns death of local philanthropist (Dec 1 2003)
NPR correspondent speaks Dec. 2 on working poor (Nov 26 2003)
Ball State honored for digital media sharing project (Nov 26 2003)
AIDS quilt to be displayed in Cooper Science Building (Nov 24 2003)
Ball State using new exercise program to help student (Nov 24 2003)
Children need to learn about giving at Christmas (Nov 21 2003)
Risk management executive to speak Dec. 3-5 at Ball State (Nov 20 2003)
Students don't know impact of JFK's death, historian says (Nov 20 2003)
Operation Wellness launched successfully in Wells County (Nov 20 2003)
Random testing reduces drug and alcohol use among high schoolers (Nov 17 2003)
Parents can use holidays to promote literacy (Nov 17 2003)
Consumers to drive Christmas sales to record levels (Nov 14 2003)
Ball State hosts health fair for area third graders (Nov 14 2003)
McKinley project, honorary degrees among board actions (Nov 14 2003)
Committee to identify candidates for Ball State presidency (Nov 14 2003)
Fieldhouse exhibit at library recalls 75 years of memories (Nov 13 2003)
Climatologist to speak about global warming Nov. 20 (Nov 13 2003)
Ball State group sees positive economic outlook for 2004 (Nov 12 2003)
Ball State students listen to faculty member in Afghanistan (Nov 11 2003)
Psychologist suggests seven ways to beat the holiday blues (Nov 11 2003)
Miller College of Business celebrates new name (Nov 10 2003)
Ball State to moderate 'rebirth' of Indy's near west side (Nov 7 2003)
Ball State to create IT business incubator for students (Nov 7 2003)
Spend an evening with Tennessee Williams (Nov 6 2003)
Students unveil high-tech exhibit at Muncie Children's Museum (Nov 5 2003)
Get your kicks at 'The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas' (Nov 4 2003)
Play it again...and again...and again (Nov 3 2003)
Ball State students create CD-ROM for 'What If' project (Oct 31 2003)
International booths, displays featured during festival (Oct 31 2003)
Study to determine if walking poles help older adults (Oct 31 2003)
Student's 'Sound Experiment' debuts on Indiana Public Radio (Oct 31 2003)
Greenhouse offering home for unwanted lady beetles (Oct 29 2003)
Gift will assist graduate students at Ball State (Oct 28 2003)
Staff Council holds annual coat drive for community (Oct 28 2003)
Pumpkins will fall from the sky once again at Ball State (Oct 28 2003)
Former Ball State faculty endow scholarship (Oct 24 2003)
Ball State conference to explore diversity in media (Oct 24 2003)
Golden Key Honour Society induction slated for Oct. 26 (Oct 24 2003)
Business professionals to discuss embracing change (Oct 24 2003)
Performance to blend digital sound, imagery at Artsgarden (Oct 23 2003)
Collaging, papermaking and city planning workshops open to public (Oct 23 2003)
Ball State inducts executive into Business Hall of Fame (Oct 23 2003)
College of Business to bring alumni to classes (Oct 23 2003)
Ball State president to become CEO of U21pedagogia (Oct 20 2003)
Facts about U21pedagogica Ltd. (Oct 20 2003)
Employers prefer to receive resumes electronically (Oct 17 2003)
Honor society hosts installation Oct. 27 at Ball State (Oct 17 2003)
Ball State appoints director of Global Media Network (Oct 16 2003)
Book focuses on helping older adults maintain good health (Oct 16 2003)
Automated Ball State weather station now online (Oct 16 2003)
'Blue Window' explores connections, or lack thereof (Oct 15 2003)
Professor profiles 'Hoosier Tornado' in new book (Oct 15 2003)
Public relations lectureship celebrates 25 years (Oct 15 2003)
Korean dinner to help raise money for international students (Oct 14 2003)
Indiana students to star in national electronic field trip (Oct 13 2003)
Ball State hosts alcohol awareness program Oct. 21-23 (Oct 13 2003)
Ball State sponsors two new public charter schools (Oct 10 2003)
Cardinal pride on exhibit during homecoming week (Oct 10 2003)
Simple steps can make Halloween a safe night (Oct 10 2003)
Ball State to host international digital architecture conference (Oct 9 2003)
Retired teachers endow three scholarships at Ball State (Oct 9 2003)
Needs of exceptional children topic for conference (Oct 9 2003)
Tenth anniversary of Art in Italy trip displayed in gallery (Oct 9 2003)
Glimpse of India dinner to raise funds for Caring Arts Program (Oct 9 2003)
Ball State joins life sciences initiative through planning effort (Oct 7 2003)
Dietitian gives tips for taming Halloween sugar monsters (Oct 1 2003)
Alumni, public invited to respond to university self-study (Oct 1 2003)
Three news veterans join Ball State's NewsLink project (Sep 30 2003)
Professor's enthusiasm for general education gains award (Sep 29 2003)
Barbara Ehrenreich speaks Oct. 8 in Emens Auditorium (Sep 29 2003)
Latino Student Union Week features workshop, movie (Sep 29 2003)
Orchestra conductor wins prestigious competition in Mexico City (Sep 24 2003)
Eisenhower, Macmillan salvaged American-British relations (Sep 23 2003)
State Department officials' visit to cover rebuilding Iraq (Sep 22 2003)
Ball State to honor six outstanding Hoosier women (Sep 22 2003)
Ball State nanoscience center hosts kickoff Sept. 24 (Sep 19 2003)
Scholarship to honor former Elkhart resident (Sep 19 2003)
Women in Business Unlimited honors Ball State University provost (Sep 19 2003)
Web site available for input on parking recommendations (Sep 19 2003)
New online job search, recruiting system available (Sep 19 2003)
Academic issues seen as top obstacles to students (Sep 17 2003)
Proud mother celebrating son's appearance on 'Jeopardy' (Sep 17 2003)
Lawn prefers longer cuts, campus landscaper says (Sep 16 2003)
Remembering Gov. Frank O'Bannon, 1930-2003 (Sep 15 2003)
Study finds entrepreneurs who run do better in sales (Sep 15 2003)
Children's art classes explore tribal art forms (Sep 15 2003)
Many minority groups were victims of hate crimes after 9-11 (Sep 10 2003)
Professional Selling Symposium set for Oct. 27 (Sep 9 2003)
'Proof' - It's not just for math geniuses (Sep 8 2003)
Merging technology with reading boosts comprehension, scores (Sep 8 2003)
Improving economy should improve Halloween sales (Sep 5 2003)
Students plan activities to raise awareness about Islam (Sep 5 2003)
Americans like U.S.-made goods, dislike flag-waving promos (Sep 3 2003)
Student aims to help students, people as university trustee (Sep 3 2003)
Marion first grade teacher honored as outstanding alumnus (Sep 3 2003)
Theatre and Dance season to feature variety of productions (Sep 2 2003)
Prolific printmaker Jim Dine exhibition coming to Ball State (Sep 2 2003)
Computer visionary to address researchers Sept. 16 (Sep 2 2003)
Former professor's gift strengthens Steinbeck collection (Sep 2 2003)
Former presidential adviser to speak Sept. 16 at Ball State (Sep 2 2003)
Ball State to play key role in new entrepreneurship venture (Sep 2 2003)
Record individual private gift will rename College of Business (Sep 2 2003)
Center for Organizational Resources to offer computer courses (Aug 28 2003)
Ball State ready to roll out 3rd annual Indy Art Walk (Aug 26 2003)
Ball State awarded Phi Kappa Phi chapter (Aug 26 2003)
College ratings book says Ball State among most underrated (Aug 26 2003)
Ball State to host Small Cities Conference Sept. 12-13 (Aug 26 2003)
Older adults may retain muscle strength by lifting weekly (Aug 26 2003)
Nursing students hone skills in new health care annex (Aug 25 2003)
Fall 2003 address to the faculty by the president (Aug 22 2003)
Faculty recognized for outstanding contributions (Aug 22 2003)
Address to the faculty by Beverley Pitts, provost and vice president for academic affairs (Aug 22 2003)
Magazine lists Ball State's entrepreneurship program fifth (Aug 22 2003)
Chemistry professor named one of nation's best (Aug 22 2003)
Sue Whitaker receives national distinguished service award (Aug 22 2003)
Private gifts to university set record; faculty goal reached (Aug 22 2003)
Passive solar heating, cooling viable option for Midwest (Aug 22 2003)
Ball State sets new record for research funding (Aug 20 2003)
Consistent routine can help ease separation anxiety (Aug 15 2003)
Ball State group sees next few months pivotal for economy (Aug 13 2003)
Museum of Art's paintings in demand (Aug 6 2003)
Indiana Academy plans community service day (Aug 6 2003)
Aquatics program filling national need (Aug 6 2003)
Teachers tackle trickle-down Potternomics and Pottergate policies (Aug 1 2003)
New master of business administration program created (Aug 1 2003)
ADHD meds may help children reach max exercise levels (Aug 1 2003)
Trustees approve initial steps for communication media building (Jul 18 2003)
Americans won't lose faith in military despite deaths (Jul 18 2003)
National no-call list will force telemarketers to change (Jul 18 2003)
Ancient coin collection brings past alive for students (Jul 17 2003)
Ball State to maintain 19 sports programs (Jul 16 2003)
Ball State athletics budget restructuring fact sheet (Jul 16 2003)
Ball State to discuss information technology efforts (Jul 14 2003)
Master's degree programs for teaching and business offered (Jul 11 2003)
Ball State procures $4.7 million software licensing grant (Jul 11 2003)
Book guides school administrators through collective bargaining (Jul 10 2003)
Video to give Ball State graduates a look at possibilities (Jul 10 2003)
Ball State procures $1 million to improve area residents' health (Jul 9 2003)
Consulting firm creates new scholarship (Jul 8 2003)
Joint grant allows researchers to study ticks (Jul 8 2003)
Ball State, Vectren begin construction on Eco-House (Jul 8 2003)
Carillonneur, band to perform at Shafer Tower (Jul 3 2003)
Ball State Foundation invests $2 million in Indiana's economic future (Jul 1 2003)
John Huffer named national Photographer of the Year (Jul 1 2003)
Professor's poem being made into short movie (Jun 30 2003)
Ball State to host technology conference (Jun 30 2003)
Diversity program begins fifth year this fall (Jun 27 2003)
New book reveals folk medicine in a Caribbean village (Jun 25 2003)
Professor honored for volunteer work (Jun 25 2003)
Student catches NPR error; is invited on program (Jun 23 2003)
Chef provides summer barbecue tips (Jun 23 2003)
Fifth graders can learn accounting as well as collegians (Jun 20 2003)
Campers conquer fears of SARS, Iraq war to teach English (Jun 20 2003)
Political science master's available for Indy-area residents (Jun 20 2003)
'Trading Spaces' fuels growth of interior design majors (Jun 18 2003)
New director named for Museum of Art (Jun 17 2003)
University to host international music academy (Jun 17 2003)
Fireworks, other July 4th noise may lead to hearing loss (Jun 16 2003)
Ball State lands six Emmys at regional competition (Jun 13 2003)
Rock on this summer; expert picks top songs (Jun 13 2003)
Ball State University Sports and Budget Review (Jun 13 2003)
Summer conferences draw thousands to campus (Jun 10 2003)
Former NAB legal counsel to teach this fall (Jun 10 2003)
Indiana Public Radio names news director (Jun 10 2003)
Researchers plan regular visits to Russia (Jun 10 2003)
Mary Kite appointed associate dean of Graduate School (Jun 6 2003)
CCIM dean leaving for Minnesota State (May 30 2003)
Ball State offers Midwest's first residential management master's (May 30 2003)
Wireless network is secure, capable of handling 10,000 users (May 30 2003)
Interim executive director named for development (May 30 2003)
Summer chemistry program celebrates 30th year (May 30 2003)
Michael Holmes to serve as interim dean of CCIM (May 30 2003)
Ways for women to incorporate exercise into daily routines (May 29 2003)
Professor: Cher is the ultimate pop chameleon (May 27 2003)
Students show that textbooks can be affordable, create $10 DVD (May 22 2003)
Ball State named leader in technological global education (May 21 2003)
Ephedrine being pulled, weight loss drugs still popular (May 20 2003)
Stack made television a serious alternative to films (May 16 2003)
Study shows urban semester improves attitudes regarding diversity (May 16 2003)
Exhibition features prints from museum's permanent collection (May 16 2003)
Professor named best in athletic training (May 16 2003)
Use of campus recreation facilities increasing (May 15 2003)
Retail anaylst: Kmart faces uphill battle (May 13 2003)
Ultra-modern home rises after arsonist's attack (May 13 2003)
Budget plan includes new tuition rates (May 12 2003)
College of Fine Arts announces new music director (May 9 2003)
Digital Media and Arts Association selects CCIM dean as chairman (May 8 2003)
Students studying music to be assisted by scholarship (May 8 2003)
Scholarship to honor former faculty member at Ball State (May 8 2003)
Officials to discuss progress of tech efforts (May 8 2003)
Chemistry course offered at Hamilton Southeastern (May 7 2003)
Professor says Pauley was female pioneer in TV news (May 7 2003)
Former Ball State advisor leaves gift for scholarship (May 6 2003)
Professor examines new Medicaid program (May 5 2003)
Book selected for freshmen to read over summer (May 5 2003)
Students to chase storms across Great Plains (May 5 2003)
Spring 2003 commencement remarks by the president (May 3 2003)
Ball State celebrates accomplishments of 2,219 graduates (May 3 2003)
Knight Foundation grant to fund new journalism institute (May 1 2003)
Anderson resident wins national scholarship (May 1 2003)
Virtual visit allows 13 million students to explore Belize (May 1 2003)
Global warming at heart of Ball State research (May 1 2003)
Professor examines new Medicaid program (May 1 2003)
Ball State receives 10 regional Emmy nominations (Apr 30 2003)
Indiana Public Radio receives eight SPJ awards (Apr 30 2003)
Students to help restore ancient Roman structure (Apr 29 2003)
International program gives students foreign policy experience (Apr 29 2003)
Chinese officials select Ball State and Muncie as training site (Apr 29 2003)
Professor says society ready for all reality, all the time (Apr 29 2003)
Officers named for United Way campus campaign (Apr 25 2003)
Former residents create music scholarship (Apr 25 2003)
Memorial service April 28 to honor Ball State professor (Apr 25 2003)
Retiring faculty, professionals to be honored (Apr 23 2003)
Emens will jump and jive to Broadway's hot musical "Swing!" (Apr 23 2003)
Longtime Museum of Art director to retire (Apr 23 2003)
Tickets on sale for Willie Nelson's Sept. 4 concert at Emens (Apr 23 2003)
Carmel couple creates scholarship to honor son (Apr 23 2003)
Local environmentalists honored with inaugural award (Apr 22 2003)
Former college coach speaks on ethics, women's sports (Apr 17 2003)
Former German politician to discuss international issues (Apr 17 2003)
University group to tackle first marathon (Apr 17 2003)
Presentation of special achievement recognitions awards (Apr 17 2003)
Researcher named to national advisory council (Apr 17 2003)
IPR named best news operation by Associated Press (Apr 16 2003)
Researcher named to national advisory council (Apr 16 2003)
Professor makes two proposals to help rebuild Iraq (Apr 15 2003)
Center set for growth in wellness and service (Apr 15 2003)
Staff employees honored for years of service (Apr 14 2003)
Executive to be recognized by business honorary society (Apr 11 2003)
"Festival of Dance" showcases student and faculty work (Apr 10 2003)
Phonathon breaks $1 million level in record time (Apr 9 2003)
Grant to increase science-related degrees for minorities (Apr 9 2003)
Live with Regis and Andy! (Apr 8 2003)
Sales team finishes third at national competition (Apr 7 2003)
Student's tech skills benefit area nonprofits (Apr 4 2003)
Partnership with nonprofit group promotes civic engagement (Apr 4 2003)
Grant to help develop Indiana's advanced manufacturing workforce (Apr 3 2003)
E-classrooms becoming the norm at Ball State University (Apr 2 2003)
Student workers honored April 14-18 (Apr 2 2003)
Earth Week activities on campus include author Peter Jenkins (Apr 2 2003)
Ball State serves as local host for bereavement teleconference (Apr 2 2003)
Ball State to celebrate Letterman's birthday (Apr 1 2003)
MS walk hosted by Ball State (Apr 1 2003)
Supercomputer lands first client (Mar 31 2003)
United Way honors Ball State's community activism (Mar 27 2003)
Music building enhances university while boosting economy (Mar 27 2003)
Ball State to honor outstanding journalism alumni April 2 (Mar 27 2003)
Student Voluntary Services to sponsor Lend A Hand Day April 5 (Mar 27 2003)
Ball State to host panel discussions on Iraq conflict (Mar 26 2003)
Altland honored at national conference (Mar 26 2003)
Indiana Public Radio picks up three Murrow Awards (Mar 26 2003)
Former congressmen available to meet reporters, editors (Mar 24 2003)
Entrepreneurship program and director named nation's best (Mar 20 2003)
Students seeking supplies for animal shelter (Mar 19 2003)
'Buffy' writer to discuss writing in television March 21 (Mar 19 2003)
Ball State puts pop culture twist on ancient play (Mar 19 2003)
Youth Symphony Orchestra among performers in upcoming concerts (Mar 19 2003)
Study finds religious right may be more anti-Islamic (Mar 19 2003)
Ball State sources for potential war with Iraq (Mar 18 2003)
Ball State to celebrate Women's Week March 24-28 (Mar 18 2003)
Gift will allow WIPB-TV to continue two signature programs (Mar 18 2003)
Study finds Americans against selling citizenship rights (Mar 17 2003)
New dean named for sciences and humanities (Mar 17 2003)
New research lab will study resistance training (Mar 14 2003)
IPS superintendent to speak as part of Dean's Colloquia (Mar 12 2003)
Black History Month event rescheduled for March 19 (Mar 12 2003)
Instructor's model shows David could slay Goliath in NCAA tourney (Mar 12 2003)
Nutritional program is winning fans (Mar 11 2003)
Nominations being sought by Ball State for outstanding Indiana women (Mar 11 2003)
Presentation of Pulliam writing award, April 2 (Mar 11 2003)
Wrigley Field to become world's largest classroom (Mar 11 2003)
Kirkpatrick conference to examine caring for aging adults (Mar 7 2003)
Ball State hosts Resumania March 18-21 (Mar 5 2003)
Students introduce architecture to kindergartners (Mar 5 2003)
Burris Laboratory School accepting kindergarten applications (Mar 4 2003)
Muncie native to discuss community's cultural heritage (Mar 3 2003)
Ball State to honor Morton Award winner, employees April 17 (Mar 3 2003)
Former congressmen to speak at Ball State (Mar 3 2003)
Videoconference to review new economy March 7 (Feb 28 2003)
Open forums set for dean's position at Ball State (Feb 28 2003)
New York Times reporters to discuss problems facing America (Feb 28 2003)
Musicologist brings Mexican folk music to campus (Feb 27 2003)
University produces first transition-to-teaching graduates (Feb 27 2003)
Interactive health services offered to Ball State University students (Feb 27 2003)
The Center for Media Design offers Indiana a new testing center (Feb 27 2003)
Several university employees honored at local Addy banquet (Feb 25 2003)
Economists to debate I-69 extension March 4 at Ball State (Feb 24 2003)
Scholarship to assist teaching majors (Feb 24 2003)
Students manage and produce digital media projects (Feb 21 2003)
Trustees set room and board rates for 2003-04 (Feb 21 2003)
Eating Disorders Awareness Week Feb. 24-28 (Feb 20 2003)
Ball State hosts PE program for students with disabilities (Feb 20 2003)
New project to boost entrepreneurial ventures (Feb 20 2003)
Ball State to host children's instructional bowling class (Feb 19 2003)
Ball State creates mentoring program to assist supervisors (Feb 18 2003)
Business society to celebrate anniversary Feb. 19 (Feb 18 2003)
Campus to host Black History teleconference (Feb 18 2003)
Guns and public health discussed on Feb. 20 (Feb 18 2003)
Ball State closed Monday, evening classes will be held (Feb 17 2003)
Musical comedy combines dance and catchy tunes (Feb 14 2003)
Nursing program helps 50-year-old student fulfill dream (Feb 14 2003)
Professors honored at conference (Feb 13 2003)
Presentation on Columbian Exposition Feb. 17 (Feb 13 2003)
University to host sponsor Vision 2006 events (Feb 13 2003)
Web sites topic of discussion Feb. 19 (Feb 13 2003)
Musical comedy combines dance and catchy tunes (Feb 13 2003)
Area business, civic leaders to tout community to students (Feb 13 2003)
Ball State planetarium features 'Marsquest' (Feb 12 2003)
Emens auditorium encourages patrons to use free shuttle service (Feb 12 2003)
Ball State sources for potential war with Iraq (Feb 11 2003)
BSU experts available to provide info on variety of issues (Feb 11 2003)
Ball State trustees approve property purchase for new TV tower (Feb 10 2003)
Trustees approve property purchase for new TV tower (Feb 7 2003)
Higher education leader to speak Feb. 10 (Feb 7 2003)
Educational technology topic of Feb. 12 teleconference (Feb 7 2003)
Gifts, grant give $1.6 million boost (Feb 7 2003)
Aggressive-impulsive child program aids professionals, parents (Feb 5 2003)
Count Basie Orchestra brings big band sound to Emens Auditorium (Feb 4 2003)
Hey, hey, hey, look who's coming this way (Feb 4 2003)
Professor to give Researcher of Year lecture (Feb 3 2003)
Grant enhances on-campus childcare for students, faculty, staff (Jan 31 2003)
UC official to open Black History Month at Ball State (Jan 31 2003)
Ball State names three to top posts in academic affairs (Jan 30 2003)
Professor, students help Italian city (Jan 30 2003)
African-American historian to speak Feb. 20 (Jan 29 2003)
History professor found a different Cambodia (Jan 27 2003)
New World Trade Center site design must appease many audiences (Jan 27 2003)
Juggling and laser show to light up Emens and children's faces (Jan 24 2003)
Ball State hosts health education seminars (Jan 24 2003)
Professor says Super Bowl commercials are valuable (Jan 24 2003)
University receives $1.5 million for nanoscience center (Jan 22 2003)
Lecture series to focus on Muncie (Jan 22 2003)
Ball State to train volunteer weather observers (Jan 22 2003)
Faculty say new Spanish-language station needed (Jan 21 2003)
Teacher layoffs and increased property taxes on the horizon (Jan 15 2003)
Professor's book examines romantic vs. screwball comedies (Jan 15 2003)
Italian operas by Puccini to be performed at Emens (Jan 14 2003)
University seeking proposals for 'Greening of the Campus 5' (Jan 14 2003)
Female commander rebuilds ROTC program (Jan 14 2003)
Ball State receives $699,750 grant from software firm (Jan 14 2003)
Faculty give their views on economic issues (Jan 13 2003)
Muncie native returns to choreograph original work (Jan 10 2003)
Chinese officials select Ball State and Muncie as training site (Jan 10 2003)
Art professor to hold benefit for grandson with cancer (Jan 9 2003)
Business professors receive national attention (Jan 8 2003)
Library posts King holiday hours (Jan 8 2003)
Friday forum luncheons begin (Jan 8 2003)
Retrospective exhibition to feature works of Charles Pollock (Jan 8 2003)
Ball State ranked in top 15 architecture programs in the nation (Jan 7 2003)
Professor leery of many personal trainers (Jan 6 2003)
Study: Ads ridiculing seniors found offensive, dangerous (Jan 6 2003)
International program gives students foreign policy experience (Jan 3 2003)
Theatre production honored by Kennedy Center festival (Dec 23 2002)
Grants allow academy to provide advanced courses to rural schools (Dec 18 2002)
Economist says Conseco victim of bad management (Dec 18 2002)
Ball State joins consortium to address growing medical need (Dec 13 2002)
Two new public charter schools sponsored (Dec 12 2002)
Wireless Internet access expanding rapidly (Dec 12 2002)
Passive solar heat tested in the Midwest (Dec 12 2002)
Biologist says tourist dollars may save wildlife (Dec 12 2002)
Greenwood to head radio advisory council (Dec 10 2002)
History professor named Sagamore of Wabash (Dec 10 2002)
Ball State to use gift to endow scholarship program (Dec 9 2002)
University helps Aleuts connect to the world (Dec 3 2002)
Former CNBC producer to head converged newsroom (Dec 2 2002)
Women's studies program seeking contributions for new cookbook (Nov 27 2002)
Political science department honors professor (Nov 27 2002)
Photos of visiting artists on display (Nov 25 2002)
Ball State professionals honored for workforce development (Nov 25 2002)
Women's Studies Progam conducting holiday gift drive (Nov 25 2002)
John Motloch, new director of Ball State's Land Design Institute (Nov 22 2002)
Ball State helping to facilitate downtown Indy's long-range plan (Nov 21 2002)
Angel tree brings presents to area children (Nov 20 2002)
Employees collect winter clothing items (Nov 15 2002)
Math, science subjects of national broadcast (Nov 14 2002)
Replacement windows and caulk not the answers for heating woes (Nov 14 2002)
Dip into the pool for an alternative workout (Nov 12 2002)
Ball State group tours American military bases (Nov 12 2002)
Library posts Thanksgiving holiday hours (Nov 12 2002)
Former baseball greats to discuss diversity (Nov 11 2002)
Groups can soon post content to online calendar (Nov 8 2002)
Department of Commerce opens regional office at Ball State (Nov 8 2002)
Question and answer with Gene Burton (Nov 5 2002)
Students and community ministry to renovate home (Nov 5 2002)
"Acting" removed from public safety director's title (Nov 5 2002)
Graduate wins prizes on TV game show (Nov 5 2002)
Walking may help fight battle of holiday bulge (Nov 4 2002)
New magazine to keep business alumni in tune with college (Nov 1 2002)
New dean appointed to University Libraries (Oct 31 2002)
Ball State enhances partnership with Turkish University (Oct 31 2002)
Parking garage brighter with new lights (Oct 31 2002)
Math professor receives state award (Oct 31 2002)
Ball State hosts presentation on Farmland's history (Oct 29 2002)
Preservationist tells secrets of revitalizing neighborhoods (Oct 28 2002)
Ball State creates new online calendar (Oct 25 2002)
Recreation facilities alters for fall break (Oct 25 2002)
Historian's book says Ottoman Empire influenced Europe (Oct 25 2002)
Muncie business incubator to unveil first occupant (Oct 24 2002)
Alum credits undergraduate work for his success (Oct 24 2002)
Library hours announced for fall break (Oct 24 2002)
Inaugural pumpkin drop is a "smashing success" (Oct 24 2002)
Film expert: Spoofs of horror making movies popular (Oct 22 2002)
Ball State library to vary hours during fall break (Oct 17 2002)
Insightful, humorous poems of "Tackle Box" will lure readers (Oct 16 2002)
Conference creates new national collegiate organization (Oct 16 2002)
Ball State students dominate national multimedia competition (Oct 16 2002)
Personality profiling won't crack serial sniper case (Oct 16 2002)
University first to use BitWise software in academic setting (Oct 16 2002)
University looking for a few good business ideas (Oct 11 2002)
Ball State planetarium features 'cosmic catastrophies' (Oct 10 2002)
Ball State helping children's center with technology upgrade (Oct 10 2002)
Governor praises magnet school for teacher education (Oct 10 2002)
TEACH Academy facts (Oct 10 2002)
Ball State to crown faculty/staff king and queen (Oct 8 2002)
Live snake wanted for theater audition (Oct 8 2002)
Interactive play targets theatergoers (Oct 4 2002)
Climatologist says El Nino difficult to predict (Oct 4 2002)
Hip hop phrases by CNN Headline News a major gamble (Oct 4 2002)
Business certificate program offered in Indianapolis (Oct 3 2002)
Ball State initiative to help with nursing shortage (Oct 2 2002)
Grant to help low-income students prepare for college (Oct 2 2002)
Professors' book translated into Arabic (Oct 1 2002)
Outstanding Indiana women to be honored (Oct 1 2002)
Students of ancient history may apply for scholarship (Oct 1 2002)
Three finalists named for public safety director (Sep 30 2002)
Students of ancient history may apply for scholarship (Sep 30 2002)
Grant will help start retention program (Sep 30 2002)
Falcon watcher David Sebben's observations of Scorpio (Sep 27 2002)
One of Ball State's Peregrine falcons nesting in Iowa (Sep 26 2002)
Answers to questions about the new fee (Sep 26 2002)
President Brownell's opening remarks to the board of trustees (Sep 26 2002)
Trustees pass new student fee for 2003-04 (Sep 26 2002)
New scholarship to assist music students (Sep 25 2002)
Freshman program named one of the nation's best (Sep 25 2002)
Distance learning is convenient, cost effective and is growing (Sep 23 2002)
PR tech conference highlights digital needs for educators (Sep 23 2002)
Evening of celebration brings fundraising campaign to a close (Sep 23 2002)
Evening of celebration brings campaign to a close (Sep 20 2002)
Student wins national journalism award (Sep 19 2002)
Business professionals to discuss corporate ethics (Sep 18 2002)
Look for a return of orange and black this Halloween (Sep 18 2002)
Festival includes free events for families (Sep 17 2002)
Ball State Entrepreneurship Program ranks in top 10 (Sep 13 2002)
Remarks from Sept. 11 (Sep 12 2002)
Eight glasses of water a day is still a good idea for most people (Sep 12 2002)
Theater season opens with "The Laramie Project" (Sep 11 2002)
Alumni artists to display prominent works on campus (Sep 11 2002)
Museum grand reopening to feature Rodin collection (Sep 11 2002)
Renovated, expanded art museum includes new galleries (Sep 11 2002)
Sept. 11 observances may be troubling (Sep 10 2002)
Educator to attend United Nation's conference (Sep 9 2002)
Students looking to improve e-books (Sep 9 2002)
Ball State to host series to remember Sept. 11 (Sep 6 2002)
University hires development staff members (Sep 6 2002)
Professor taking part in Sept. 9-11 United Nations conference (Sep 6 2002)
Film series takes audience to the Deep south, the Big Apple, and France (Sep 4 2002)
Broadcast news operations hiring fewer women, minorities (Sep 4 2002)
Researcher: fitness waters more about marketing than health (Sep 4 2002)
Lecture series to discuss Sept. 11 tragedy (Sep 4 2002)
New contract, but same old problems for baseball (Sep 3 2002)
Blue ribbon professors to teach 'dream courses' (Sep 3 2002)
Theater and dance season to blend new works with classics (Sep 3 2002)
Ball State orchid curator fights western fires (Aug 29 2002)
Enrollment at Ball State increases in quality and size (Aug 29 2002)
Baseball fans won't be happy if players strike (Aug 28 2002)
Student hopes awareness week ends misperceptions (Aug 28 2002)
Vintage baseball stories reveal player, owner clashes (Aug 28 2002)
Students receive Ed's Warehouse scholarships (Aug 27 2002)
Career Center receives research award (Aug 27 2002)
Delivery of Microsoft discs delayed (Aug 23 2002)
Ball State to host first national sales education summit (Aug 23 2002)
Ball State to host inaugural alcohol awareness week (Aug 23 2002)
Funding record for research and teaching surpassed (Aug 23 2002)
Former NBC correspondent says war with Iraq would be bloody (Aug 22 2002)
Faculty honored for contributions to university (Aug 16 2002)
Fall 2002 address to the faculty by the president (Aug 16 2002)
UniverCity 2002 adds former skinhead, Army colonel to lineup (Aug 13 2002)
IPS superintendent honored by Ball State's Teachers College (Aug 13 2002)
College of Business hosts MBA Day (Aug 12 2002)
Ball State campers collect food for needy (Aug 7 2002)
Urban semester program receives national recognition (Aug 1 2002)
Researcher: Local television news still alive (Jul 30 2002)
Turkish alumni to host Ball State delegation this fall (Jul 30 2002)
Phonathon exceeds $1 million (Jul 29 2002)
Parents need to help children prepare for 9-11 anniversary (Jul 26 2002)
Ball State business dean named to society's board (Jul 25 2002)
Deans promise collaboration to tackle education issues (Jul 25 2002)
What some superintendents are saying about the consortium (Jul 25 2002)
Indiana Academy instructor receives Fulbright Award (Jul 24 2002)
Shelbyville couple creates scholarship at Ball State (Jul 23 2002)
Center honors faculty member, Greenwood trainer (Jul 23 2002)
Displaced workers gain new jobs in information technology (Jul 22 2002)
Outstanding faculty member delivers commencement address (Jul 20 2002)
Review gives Ball State boost in improving public safety (Jul 19 2002)
TQM being adopted at fast rate by small firms (Jul 19 2002)
Trustees approve budget, union arrangement (Jul 19 2002)
Book says Ball State is among best for freshman housing (Jul 18 2002)
Ball State developing interactive Web site for area farmers (Jul 16 2002)
Truex to head Indianapolis urban design center (Jul 10 2002)
Bush not the first president to battle corporate fraud (Jul 10 2002)
Finance professor calls Bush plan "late" (Jul 9 2002)
Ball State photographers win national awards (Jul 3 2002)
Educators not surprised young people don't follow the news (Jul 1 2002)
Wireless campus to be created for 2003-2004 (Jun 28 2002)
Professor says WorldCom scandal tarnishes all accountants (Jun 28 2002)
Ball State offers intro to college program for minority students (Jun 26 2002)
German journalists to learn from American counterparts (Jun 13 2002)
Burris students travel to Japan (Jun 5 2002)
Moderate exercise does not worsen a cold (Jun 5 2002)
Advertisers are paying more to buy magazine space (Jun 4 2002)
Service learning project spruces up butterfly garden (Jun 4 2002)
Ball State moving educational programs on cable system (Jun 4 2002)
Professors predict network evening news will survive (May 30 2002)
Ball State police to help stranded motorists on campus (May 29 2002)
Orientation introduces family, students to college life (May 28 2002)
Ball State revamps program to focus on older adults (May 28 2002)
Ball State, Vincennes partner to help students (May 24 2002)
Work begins on digital education offices, labs (May 23 2002)
Ball State earns recognition for freshman programs (May 23 2002)
Ball State closes fall enrollment for freshmen (May 21 2002)
New assistant provost to seek international partnerships (May 20 2002)
Performance hall to be named after local benefactors (May 20 2002)
Ball State seeking 'out of the box' ideas for new products (May 16 2002)
Web service that translates languages earning recognition (May 15 2002)
Fitness expert: Electronic belts cannot produce ripped abs (May 14 2002)
Groundbreaking set for Music Instruction Building~May 20 (May 13 2002)
New dean to emphasize "applied" in college's name (May 13 2002)
Ball State students chase storms across Great Plains (May 13 2002)
Response may cause Ball State to cut off freshman enrollment (May 10 2002)
Ball State students earn six regional Emmy nominations (May 8 2002)
Carmel residents fund accounting scholarship (May 8 2002)
Gift creates new scholarship program at Ball State (May 8 2002)
Scholarship to attract PE majors to Ball State (May 7 2002)
Ball State opens urban design center in Indianapolis (May 7 2002)
Historian says American Bandstand pivotal for rock music (May 2 2002)
Ball State professor to attend U.N. meeting May 8-10 (May 2 2002)
Indiana Public Radio takes seven more awards (Apr 30 2002)
Ball State signs first charter contract with Indianapolis school (Apr 30 2002)
Kennedy Center invites dance students to stage Duncan work~May 13-15 (Apr 30 2002)
Theater graduates to perform in New York, Los Angeles (Apr 30 2002)
Response ensures success of charter school opening (Apr 29 2002)
Digital studio gives architecture students new tools (Apr 26 2002)
Ball State established partnership with Sony (Apr 25 2002)
Site preparation begins for Music Instruction Building (Apr 24 2002)
Ball State students learn by working with WTHI-TV news team (Apr 24 2002)
New Peace Studies director named (Apr 23 2002)
Scholarship honors former accounting professor (Apr 23 2002)
Some individuals are too concerned with eating healthy (Apr 23 2002)
Ball State to bestow honorary degrees May 4 (Apr 19 2002)
Ball State junior featured on CBS news program (Apr 19 2002)
Student television show wins top honors (Apr 19 2002)
First carillon concert set for Shafer Tower dedication~April 27 (Apr 18 2002)
Former Ball State football player speaks about sales (Apr 17 2002)
Ball State University team invited to appear on CNN (Apr 16 2002)
Ball State makes first buy for new digital education era (Apr 15 2002)
Ball State public relations student chapter wins award (Apr 15 2002)
Interim dean of Sciences and Humanities named (Apr 12 2002)
Ball State gets $2.1 million in technology and grants (Apr 12 2002)
Ball State reaches out to teachers via distance education (Apr 5 2002)
Ball State finds half of principals ready to retire (Apr 5 2002)
Ball State professor receives state's top honor (Apr 4 2002)
Student emergency aid fund profits from sale of calendar (Apr 3 2002)
Ball State student finalist for presidential internship (Apr 2 2002)
Contributions of student employees to be recognized (Apr 1 2002)
Trustees approve faculty promotions, tenure (Apr 1 2002)
Ball State names new associate deans in College of Business (Mar 29 2002)
American firms rushing to build in China (Mar 29 2002)
Palm Beach reporter, Gov. O'Bannon, others to receive journalism department awards (Mar 28 2002)
Open forums scheduled for assistant provost for international education candidates~April 3, 9, 16 and 24 (Mar 28 2002)
Special deliveries bring Muncie to German alumni (Mar 27 2002)
Photos from Ball State delegation's trip to Germany (Mar 27 2002)
Business students reclaiming old PCs to build supercomputer (Mar 27 2002)
Watch out Santa, the Easter Bunny is closing in (Mar 27 2002)
Late winter/early spring storms not unusual (Mar 26 2002)
Building healthy schools is topic of Indy workshop~April 24-25 (Mar 22 2002)
Ball State raises tuition for summer session (Mar 22 2002)
More high schools to offer Ball State classes (Mar 22 2002)
Aquatic expert says Indiana waterways study being misinterpreted (Mar 21 2002)
Kvam named dean of College of Fine Arts (Mar 20 2002)
Ball State to open sports psychology center (Mar 20 2002)
$1 million gift will fund international study scholarships (Mar 18 2002)
Ball State to host collegiate entrepreneurship conference~March 28-30 (Mar 18 2002)
Gloria Steinem taking part in 15th annual Women's Week at Ball State~March 25-29 (Mar 13 2002)
Ball State wins advertising awards (Mar 8 2002)
Ball State fills new associate vice president position (Mar 8 2002)
Educators should lead charge to reduce diabetes (Mar 7 2002)
Burris receives top state honor (Mar 7 2002)
Ball State to sponsor seven charter schools (Mar 6 2002)
Brownells visit local tutoring program (Mar 1 2002)
Ball State faculty influence international encyclopedia (Mar 1 2002)
Professors: Internet journalism is maturing (Mar 1 2002)
March 2002 Story Ideas (Mar 1 2002)
Linda Ellerbee, Moises Kaufman join UniverCity 2002 lineup (Feb 27 2002)
Community workshop to explore campus/downtown connection (Feb 27 2002)
Ball State's Center for Creative Inquiry names 2002-2003 fellows (Feb 26 2002)
Nutritionalist: "Supplements industry full of quacks" (Feb 26 2002)
Personal pride keeps fans fighting to retain teams (Feb 22 2002)
Residential property management majors eligible for scholarship (Feb 21 2002)
Search committee recommends Pitts for provost (Feb 21 2002)
Seger retires from Ball State's athletic director post (Feb 20 2002)
Music education majors eligible for new scholarship (Feb 19 2002)
Ball State takes action on policy violations by police officers (Feb 18 2002)
Outlet malls face grim future, says Ball State professor (Feb 18 2002)
Fort Wayne couple establishes scholarship (Feb 15 2002)
Ball State residence halls go smoke free in 2002-2003 (Feb 15 2002)
Ball State hosts national teacher of the year Feb. 13-15 (Feb 13 2002)
UniverCity tent and volunteer set-up forms now on Web (Feb 12 2002)
Ball State enrollment may surpass 18,000 next fall (Feb 7 2002)
DVDs revolutionizing telecommunications class (Feb 6 2002)
Hyperactive children need help to find positive options (Feb 6 2002)
Web radio may challenge conventional format (Feb 6 2002)
South African trip opens eyes of international director (Feb 5 2002)
Danny Glover, Sally Ride coming to campus as part of UniverCity 2002 (Feb 4 2002)
Superbowl ads are expensive and sometimes worth it (Feb 1 2002)
Argentina hosts Ball State students' museum designs (Feb 1 2002)
February 2002 Story Ideas (Feb 1 2002)
Plans in place for Focus on Asia Week (Jan 29 2002)
Ball State grad working long days at Winter Olympics (Jan 29 2002)
American skiers improving times with Ball State research (Jan 29 2002)
Ball State to undertake major residence hall renovations (Jan 25 2002)
Career expert offers advice on how to avoid a pink slip (Jan 25 2002)
Provost candidates to be interviewed (Jan 24 2002)
Professor, student serve as co-editors for online journal (Jan 24 2002)
Talk by King's daughter highlights Unity Week (Jan 24 2002)
Decline in business plans reflect venture capital squeeze (Jan 24 2002)
Brief history of the Republic of Tuva: (Jan 24 2002)
28-hour taxi ride takes professor to the center of Asia (Jan 24 2002)
Professor: X-Files was the best adult drama on television (Jan 24 2002)
New European currency should help trade, says Ball State expert (Jan 24 2002)
Ball State photographers win top awards (Jan 24 2002)
New walking tour showcases Muncie's architecture (Jan 24 2002)
Older adults can do the same workouts as younger folks (Jan 10 2002)
Ball State to address issues raised in investigation (Jan 10 2002)
Union School students eligible for scholarship (Jan 9 2002)
Terrorist attacks causing major insurance price hikes (Jan 4 2002)
Children's roles open in auditions for Ball State production (Jan 3 2002)
Text of Address by Ball State University president Blaine A. Brownell (Dec 21 2001)
Brownell addresses members of house committee (Dec 20 2001)
Former players sponsor lockers at Ball State Stadium (Dec 19 2001)
University Singers perform in Washington, D.C. (Dec 18 2001)
Educator: St. Nick gives hope during turbulent times (Dec 18 2001)
Pending legislation could lower international enrollment (Dec 17 2001)
Trustees approve same-sex health care benefits (Dec 14 2001)
Ball State to award honorary degree Dec. 16 at commencement (Dec 12 2001)
Economist: Economy to rebound next year (Dec 10 2001)
Design studio's housing prototype earns national honors (Dec 10 2001)
Fulbright scholar studies gifted education at Ball State (Dec 10 2001)
Ball State marketing professor earns national honor (Dec 7 2001)
Many businesses reviewing crisis communications plans (Dec 5 2001)
Grammy-nominated disc includes Ball State performances (Dec 4 2001)
Banks may tighten lending, but entrepreneurs will survive (Dec 3 2001)
December 2001 Story Ideas (Dec 3 2001)
Historian: Pearl Harbor, terrorist attacks were different (Dec 3 2001)
Christmas cards may be canceled for many (Nov 30 2001)
Federal money to extend road work around Ball State campus (Nov 30 2001)
Dean searches continue (Nov 29 2001)
Professor: Retailers cutting prices early due to fear (Nov 29 2001)
Benefactors can't wait to hear Shafer Tower bells (Nov 29 2001)
The 'original' Ball donates papers to Ball State (Nov 28 2001)
Ball State ranked no. 7 for students studying overseas (Nov 27 2001)
Gift rings true 20 years later (Nov 26 2001)
Ball State joins global communication exchange program (Nov 21 2001)
Ball State to review materials for charter schools (Nov 20 2001)
Origin of furniture exhibit finally discovered (Nov 16 2001)
Holiday 2001 Story Ideas (Nov 14 2001)
Sales force automation key to improving productivity (Nov 14 2001)
Combining energy drinks with alcohol potentially dangerous (Nov 14 2001)
Ball State's economic education efforts to expand (Nov 13 2001)
New lecture series honors former faculty member, wife (Nov 7 2001)
Reality shows may be down, but not out (Nov 7 2001)
Fishers site trains workers for information technology jobs (Nov 7 2001)
Vectren fund created at Ball State (Nov 6 2001)
VIEW THE CLIP: Biff features Ball State on Letterman's show (Nov 6 2001)
Ball State flag football team earns bid to nationals (Nov 5 2001)
Public comment period open for NCAA Self-Study draft (Nov 2 2001)
U.S. averages 11 blizzards annually, says Ball State expert (Nov 2 2001)
Workforce training program exceeds goals, earns honors (Nov 2 2001)
BEST training boosts careers, confidence, computer skills (Nov 2 2001)
Congressman Pence to hold homeland security briefing at Ball State (Nov 2 2001)
November 2001 Story Ideas (Nov 1 2001)
Construction of new Music Instruction Building delayed (Oct 31 2001)
Retailers to slash prices to lure shoppers this Christmas (Oct 30 2001)
Ball State implements new tailgating guidelines (Oct 29 2001)
Site work to begin on new Music Instruction Building (Oct 26 2001)
Retail analyst: Halloween celebrations to continue (Oct 26 2001)
Halloween may be unsettling for parents this year (Oct 26 2001)
Sales jobs still plentiful despite slowing economy (Oct 25 2001)
Ball State official elected to diversity organization (Oct 24 2001)
Scholarships help strengthen Indiana-Japan connection (Oct 24 2001)
Military information becoming generic in terrorism war (Oct 24 2001)
New international education position created at Ball State (Oct 24 2001)
Applications being accepted for Far East Exchange Program (Oct 23 2001)
Television, movies may hamper American PR effort (Oct 23 2001)
Software engineering center moved to Ball State (Oct 19 2001)
New York students participating in electronic field trips (Oct 19 2001)
Ball State professor honored for community work (Oct 19 2001)
Indianapolis teacher earns outstanding alumnus award (Oct 18 2001)
Ball State University talks back to CNN (Oct 18 2001)
War with Taliban won't be televised (Oct 18 2001)
Professor presents lecture in Gijon, Spain (Oct 16 2001)
Student-produced story related to Ball State response aired on CNN (Oct 16 2001)
Ball State theater trio appears on A&E series (Oct 11 2001)
New program helps Ball State set record international enrollment (Oct 11 2001)
Electronic field trips take students to space, museums (Oct 9 2001)
New Ball State marketing campaign debuts (Oct 5 2001)
Professor using art, music to promote hope after attacks (Oct 5 2001)
Ball State grad Anthony Montgomery finds a new 'Enterprise' (Oct 3 2001)
Ball State receives $1.44 million to study aging process (Oct 3 2001)
Blue ribbon professors to teach 'dream courses' (Oct 2 2001)
People won't stop eating out, restaurant expert says (Oct 2 2001)
Child Study Center receives national recognition (Oct 1 2001)
Don't alarm family over world crisis, say experts (Oct 1 2001)
October 2001 Story Ideas (Oct 1 2001)
Teacher's estate provide $2.1 million to loan program (Sep 28 2001)
Review of police department to be conducted (Sep 27 2001)
Ball State Trustee served as counselor at Pentagon (Sep 27 2001)
Scholarship benefits Deleware County students (Sep 26 2001)
Scholarship honors English professor (Sep 26 2001)
Gift creates two new scholarships (Sep 26 2001)
Trustees approve plan to sponsor charter schools (Sep 21 2001)
Hate crimes against Arab-Americans may be hard to stop (Sep 20 2001)
College of Fine Arts CD-ROM offers tour of programs (Sep 20 2001)
Shafer Tower benefactors honored (Sep 20 2001)
Alumni Association to give $1,000 to honor missing alumnus (Sep 20 2001)
Ball State celebrates outstanding research during BeneFacta Day (Sep 20 2001)
Three call-in shows this week address terrorism (Sep 19 2001)
Ball State professor to teach in Hong Kong (Sep 18 2001)
"Greening of the Campus 4" welcomes environmental leaders (Sep 18 2001)
Ball State offers unique training program to business (Sep 18 2001)
Ball State panel explores terrorism (Sep 18 2001)
Historian: Afghanistan has been difficult to conquer (Sep 18 2001)
Ball State prepares for students, employees to be called to active duty (Sep 18 2001)
Professor: Consumer confidence down due to attacks (Sep 17 2001)
Ball State professor compiles football photo book (Sep 14 2001)
Ball State expert gives Bush administration good grade for communications (Sep 13 2001)
Representatives from Tokyo Gakugei University visit (Sep 13 2001)
Ball State receives federal money for physics education (Sep 13 2001)
Ball State to observe National Day of Prayer, Remembrance (Sep 13 2001)
Ball State professor heading out to help (Sep 12 2001)
Local talent shines in hit musical "Rent" (Sep 12 2001)
Ball State terrorism expert: "U.S. not ready" (Sep 11 2001)
Ball State University statement following Tuesday's attacks (Sep 11 2001)
Message from Ball State President Blaine A. Brownell (Sep 11 2001)
Campus prayer vigil scheduled for Wednesday (Sep 11 2001)
Ball State to debut stadium improvements at home opener (Sep 10 2001)
Harry Potter is math wizard, educator says (Sep 10 2001)
Japanese educators visit Ball State (Sep 10 2001)
Ball State enrollment up, residence halls at full capacity (Sep 10 2001)
Ball State school psychology program in top 10 (Sep 7 2001)
Ball State, Minnetrista host first Small Cities Conference (Sep 6 2001)
Ball State hosts algebra program this fall (Sep 6 2001)
Entrepreneurship Program ranks among nation's best again (Sep 6 2001)
Ball State faculty cellist Roger Malitz dies (Sep 5 2001)
Foundation to celebrate 50th anniversary this fall (Sep 4 2001)
New office of Counseling and Health Services focuses on advancing student health (Sep 4 2001)
Body bone density scans offered (Sep 4 2001)
September 2001 Story Ideas (Sep 1 2001)
Gift brings sports facilities into digital era (Aug 30 2001)
When it comes to SAT scores, Hoosiers are beating the odds (Aug 28 2001)
Ball State officials request inquiry by Indiana State Police (Aug 27 2001)
State SAT rankings are worse than meaningless, say Ball State experts (Aug 24 2001)
Ball State freshman featured on CNN's look at college life (Aug 23 2001)
Ball State strengthens ties to West Africa (Aug 23 2001)
Outstanding faculty honored (Aug 20 2001)
Ball State dean takes on new duties (Aug 20 2001)
President speaks to faculty and staff (Aug 17 2001)
Ball State Provost to shift to new position in 2002-2003 (Aug 17 2001)
Update on other campus construction projects (Aug 17 2001)
Lilly Endowment gives Ball State $20 million for digital project (Aug 16 2001)
Fact sheet about iCommunication (Aug 16 2001)
Lilly Endowment gift helps Ball State surpass campaign goal (Aug 16 2001)
Ball State smokes up residence hall to simulate fire (Aug 16 2001)
WIPB-TV wins international honor (Aug 9 2001)
Bodies need gallons of water to stay hydrated in summer heat (Aug 8 2001)
Ball State counselor to participate in disaster training (Aug 3 2001)
Professor invited to Red Cross disaster program (Aug 3 2001)
August 2001 Story Ideas (Aug 1 2001)
Ball State student named to Board of Trustees (Jul 31 2001)
Blackboard Server down due to upgrade (Jul 25 2001)
Full text of summer commencement address by President Brownell (Jul 23 2001)
'Big M' challenges gifted students (Jul 23 2001)
Ball State's clinic to study and help aging population (Jul 20 2001)
Trustees approve new technology fee for 2002 (Jul 20 2001)
Ball State begins collaboration with Shanghai agency (Jul 19 2001)
Bookstore opens July 21 in new Art and Journalism Building (Jul 19 2001)
Ball State taps former local coach for athletic fundraising (Jul 16 2001)
Summer 2001 Story Ideas (Jul 13 2001)
Ball State's new technology chief sees highs, lows (Jul 13 2001)
Korean newspaper features remarks of Ball State president (Jul 12 2001)
Ball State television show begins airing statewide (Jul 11 2001)
Scholarship honors former Ball State instructor and his wife (Jul 11 2001)
Retired scholar honored for First Amendment activism (Jul 6 2001)
Faculty/staff share ideas with counterparts in Turkey (Jul 6 2001)
Ball State photographers win eight national awards (Jul 3 2001)
View the Ball State award-winning photography (Jul 3 2001)
Ball State president joins international advisory council (Jul 2 2001)
Historical Delaware County records to be made available on Web (Jun 28 2001)
Ball State assistant finds summer archeology-themed movies "silly" (Jun 28 2001)
Indiana schools seeing more drug use among teens (Jun 27 2001)
Happiness possible for dual-career couples, says professor (Jun 27 2001)
Cool Indiana weather results in fewer tornadoes (Jun 25 2001)
Student Center food court to remain open during renovations (Jun 22 2001)
Theater, dance graduates enjoy success early and often (Jun 20 2001)
Tower crew hopes to make repairs soon to WIPB-TV (Jun 18 2001)
South Korean journalist writing about Indiana life (Jun 18 2001)
Ball State program wins two regional Emmy Awards (Jun 18 2001)
ALERT: Transmitter malfunction takes WIPB-TV temporarily off air (Jun 15 2001)
Former U.S. Congressman to teach this fall at Ball State (Jun 14 2001)
Ball State expert says McVeigh won't become a martyr (Jun 12 2001)
Ball State police officer recognized for heroism (Jun 12 2001)
New endowment furthers Parkison fund (Jun 12 2001)
Ball State president joins national educators in energy letter (Jun 8 2001)
Ball State wins international awards for electronic field trips (Jun 8 2001)
Ball State police sergeant to be honored by U.S. Treasury Department (Jun 7 2001)
Ball State guidebook may standardize student teaching nationally (Jun 6 2001)
Multicultural Center gets new leadership (Jun 6 2001)
Summer orientation prepares new students and families (Jun 5 2001)
Miss Ball State competes in Miss Indiana Pageant (Jun 1 2001)
Summer orientation prepares new students and families (May 31 2001)
Art museum closing temporarily for renovations (May 25 2001)
Costello joins ranks of nation's top architects (May 25 2001)
Retired faculty member dies (May 25 2001)
Community service playing major role at Indiana Academy (May 24 2001)
Indiana Public Radio News continues to earn journalism honors (May 23 2001)
Ball State professor receives Ellis Island Medal Of Honor (May 23 2001)
Burris administrator graduates from leadership academy (May 22 2001)
Ball State and Istanbul University sponsor trip (May 21 2001)
Student Affairs staff, programs recognized (May 17 2001)
Letterman tapes Top Ten list at Ball State (May 17 2001)
Effort to preserve local school wins state award (May 15 2001)
Ball State professor joins national council (May 15 2001)
Singing Hoosiers honor Charles Greenwood (May 15 2001)
Letterman to tape Top Ten list at Ball State Thursday (May 15 2001)
New music building will address performance, technology needs (May 14 2001)
Women's Studies Program presents awards (May 10 2001)
Associate vice president for Student Life named (May 10 2001)
President: Ball State alumni belong to special group (May 5 2001)
President Blaine A. Brownell's commencement address (May 5 2001)
Faye J. Crosby's commencement remarks (May 5 2001)
John E. Worthen's commencement remarks (May 5 2001)
Ball State environmental committee calls for new actions (May 4 2001)
Ball State videos win national awards (May 4 2001)
High school students to study entrepreneurship at Ball State (May 4 2001)
Trustees approve tuition and salary increases (May 4 2001)
May 2001 Story Ideas (May 4 2001)
Ball State choral director receives Michigan honor (May 3 2001)
Ball State hires new assistant development director (May 3 2001)
Ball State phonathon exceeds $1 million in pledges (May 1 2001)
Historic skylight to complement expanded art museum (May 1 2001)
NOTICE: Indiana Public Radio outage may continue until Saturday (Apr 27 2001)
Bailey to supervise administrative functions of president's office (Apr 27 2001)
London Centre scholarship allows students to study abroad (Apr 27 2001)
Web survey winners announced (Apr 27 2001)
Ball State business chapter recognizes boating industry executive (Apr 26 2001)
New food court will open this fall (Apr 26 2001)
Ball State to award two honorary degrees at commencement (Apr 26 2001)
Competition enhances campaign honoring Ball State professor (Apr 25 2001)
New wage plan approved for Ball State student employees (Apr 25 2001)
Music student receives national excellence award (Apr 25 2001)
MEEC graduates area high school students (Apr 24 2001)
Major campus construction projects entering final phases (Apr 23 2001)
Ball State expert: Number of ticks increasing in Indiana (Apr 23 2001)
Ball State offers graduate journalism course in Fort Wayne (Apr 23 2001)
Ball State officials praise drug task force (Apr 20 2001)
Five-year strategic plan available on the Web (Apr 19 2001)
Information technology expert named vice president at Ball State (Apr 19 2001)
Texas Tech educator named dean of College of Architecture and Planning (Apr 18 2001)
Printing leader partners with Ball State (Apr 18 2001)
New field station benefits students and community (Apr 13 2001)
Building will have wireless capabilities inside and outside (Apr 13 2001)
Professor creates Web site for complaints (Apr 12 2001)
Ball State teaching majors surpass state average (Apr 10 2001)
Task force hands over strategic plan to Brownell (Apr 10 2001)
Ball State professor develops national social work standards (Apr 9 2001)
Ball State Health Fair attracts 300 third graders to campus (Apr 6 2001)
Ball State student television show earns top honors (Apr 5 2001)
Governor re-appoints Hughes to Ball State Board of Trustees
(Apr 4 2001)
April 2001 Story Ideas (Apr 3 2001)
Freshman class should hit university enrollment goal (Apr 3 2001)
Disabled Student Development honors most accessible teacher (Apr 2 2001)
Charlotte Observer writer wins journalism writing award (Apr 2 2001)
Institute attracts largest number of participants in its history (Apr 2 2001)
Fewer Ball State freshmen encountering academic difficulties (Apr 2 2001)
Local Target employees contribute to Sesame Street on WIPB (Mar 30 2001)
Office of Student Affairs renamed (Mar 30 2001)
Ball State graduate dedicated to international education (Mar 30 2001)
Student employees honored during Recognition Week (Mar 29 2001)
About our new look (Mar 29 2001)
Historian: Nation's passion for baseball is long gone (Mar 28 2001)
Trustees approve faculty promotions, tenure (Mar 28 2001)
McKinley Grille is winning name (Mar 26 2001)
Former Ball State vice president dies (Mar 23 2001)
First woman head of state in African nation to visit (Mar 23 2001)
E-mentoring connects students with Ball State alumni (Mar 21 2001)
High school girls unaware of harmful images in advertising (Mar 19 2001)
Ball State increasing vehicle registration, parking fees (Mar 16 2001)
Ball State offering certificate in biotechnology this fall (Mar 15 2001)
Student sax quartet shines on international CD (Mar 13 2001)
Acclaimed faculty pianist becomes distinguished professor (Mar 13 2001)
President increases summer employment hours for students (Mar 12 2001)
Ball State president to visit Thai universities (Mar 12 2001)
Lilly Endowment awards $3.5 million to Ball State for student (Mar 9 2001)
Ball State bell tower brickwork to be replaced (Mar 8 2001)
Magazine tabs entrepreneurship program 14th best (Mar 6 2001)
Center for Middletown Studies invite proposals (Mar 6 2001)
March 2001 Story Ideas (Mar 1 2001)
To survive, small grocery chains should target Gen X, seniors (Feb 28 2001)
Students help organize university landscape plan (Feb 26 2001)
Web contest will help find name for new food court (Feb 26 2001)
Indianapolis couple honor accounting professor by endowing a scholarship (Feb 26 2001)
Study: Hoosiers favor sentence-enhancing hate crime law (Feb 26 2001)
Ball State's creative inquiry center names fellows for 2001-2002 (Feb 23 2001)
Virtual career fairs bring students, employers together online (Feb 21 2001)
Turkish business students to visit Ball State (Feb 21 2001)
Places for campus trees getting harder to find (Feb 21 2001)
Turkish business students to visit Ball State (Feb 21 2001)
Students using moon, Internet to improve understanding of another culture (Feb 20 2001)
Ball State's entrepreneurship program wins award for teaching (Feb 20 2001)
Alabama educator named dean of College of Business (Feb 19 2001)
ICHE membership applications available (Feb 16 2001)
Two former faculty members endow a London Centre scholarship (Feb 14 2001)
Russian computer science professor makes easy transition (Feb 13 2001)
Grocery wars escalate as big discount retailers join in (Feb 12 2001)
WIPB giving away life planning kits in conjunction with series (Feb 9 2001)
Ball State photographer takes top honors (Feb 8 2001)
Children's literature more accurate when it comes to police (Feb 7 2001)
Testing of materials temporarily halts bell tower construction (Feb 5 2001)
Finance professor: More cuts needed to boost economy (Feb 2 2001)
Burris in Top 10 of State's Recent ISTEP Testing (Feb 1 2001)
February 2001 Story Ideas (Feb 1 2001)
Fire damage limited to mostly smoke and water (Jan 30 2001)
Study: Weight loss a matter of moderation (Jan 29 2001)
New options added to pension plan (Jan 29 2001)
Assistant director named for Multicultural Center (Jan 29 2001)
IPR listener is winner of national radio contest (Jan 26 2001)
Ball State's spring enrollment higher than last year (Jan 26 2001)
Ball State Trustees increase housing rates, add technology fee (Jan 26 2001)
Ball State hosts two open forum to discuss strategic plan (Jan 25 2001)
Burris receives state recognition as Four Star School (Jan 25 2001)
New fire suppression system installed in archives (Jan 25 2001)
Gobble named director of Fisher Institute at Ball State (Jan 24 2001)
Ball State graduate becomes Jordanian ambassador (Jan 23 2001)
Montgomery Ward first casualty in this year's retail shake out (Jan 22 2001)
Ball State selected as a "best example" by Peer Review (Jan 19 2001)
Theater students win top prize in A&E contest (Jan 18 2001)
Reality shows continue because they are cheap to produce (Jan 18 2001)
Ball State interviewing candidates to head College of Business (Jan 17 2001)
Architecture department celebrates culture of Tibet (Jan 17 2001)
Exercise program can help with resolution (Jan 16 2001)
Ball State physics department named one of nation's best (Jan 16 2001)
Take two: National theater award goes to Ball State designer (Jan 15 2001)
Story Ideas: January 2001 (Jan 15 2001)
Ball State's funding request centers on new economy (Jan 12 2001)
Activities offered for students with disabilities (Jan 10 2001)
Two students receive Kennett Memorial Scholarship (Jan 10 2001)
Public input being sought for strategic plan draft (Jan 8 2001)
"Greening of the Campus 4" invites proposals (Jan 5 2001)
Doctoral program at Ball State receives accreditation (Jan 5 2001)
Ball State basketball fans may support scholarship program (Jan 4 2001)
International Coffee House resumes (Jan 4 2001)
January 2001 Story Ideas (Jan 1 2001)
Researcher: Auto industry catches a cold (Dec 22 2000)
Saudi alumnus attends inauguration (Dec 20 2000)
Ball State providing computer training to Irish students (Dec 12 2000)
International Coffee House resumes (Dec 12 2000)
Gift from benefactors will expand Ball State's Fine Arts program (Dec 8 2000)
Thanks extended to campus contributors (Dec 8 2000)
First section of Art and Journalism Building opens in January (Dec 7 2000)
December 2000 Story Ideas (Dec 6 2000)
Teachers College gets a new look (Dec 5 2000)
Pre-medieval tradition: Ball State tops out training facility (Dec 5 2000)
Madagascar ambassador speaks of trade opportunities (Dec 5 2000)
Ball State joins organization to monitor sweatshops (Dec 1 2000)
Former Ball State presidents review tough decisions (Nov 29 2000)
Media seating established for Ball State inauguration ceremonies (Nov 27 2000)
Archivist digs deep to find history of Ball State presidents (Nov 21 2000)
Ball State's fitness guru helping teens improve workouts (Nov 21 2000)
Ball State fund raising volunteers from across nation meet (Nov 20 2000)
Ball State and hospital stress importance of customer service (Nov 20 2000)
Students pledge to raise $20,000 for United Way (Nov 17 2000)
Burris students create mammal museum with Smithsonian's help (Nov 15 2000)
Week of activities planned for presidential inauguration (Nov 15 2000)
Indiana Chamber honors Ball State administrator (Nov 15 2000)
Professor: American labor should profit from exports to China (Nov 13 2000)
Indiana Public Radio has new manager (Nov 13 2000)
Accounting CEO inducted into business hall of fame (Nov 10 2000)
Telecommunications graduate new host for ESPN program (Nov 9 2000)
Inaugural week schedule of events, Nov. 27-Dec. 1 (Nov 8 2000)
Entrepreneurship center wins third quality award (Nov 7 2000)
Managers from around the nation attend Ball State training program (Nov 7 2000)
Live local election coverage (Nov 6 2000)
Professor earns top honor from national journalism association (Nov 6 2000)
Ball State advances in 'Rockin' Bowl' (Nov 5 2000)
Entrepreneurship professor receives 'World of Difference' award (Nov 3 2000)
Alumni assist with construction of new Art and Journalism Building (Nov 2 2000)
Climbers raise banner upon Mount Whitney (Nov 2 2000)
Workforce training program receives award of excellence (Nov 2 2000)
November construction scene: Work continues on Art and Journalism Building (Nov 2 2000)
President's office launches new Web site (Nov 1 2000)
Renovations changing look and use of Fine Arts Building (Nov 1 2000)
Research finds Vitamin E protects muscles during weight training (Nov 1 2000)
November 2000 Story Ideas (Nov 1 2000)
Professor receives Human Health Achievement Award (Oct 31 2000)
South Asia connection expands with new architecture exchange (Oct 30 2000)
Small firms turn to outside help when specific problems arise (Oct 26 2000)
Direct supervision can help people get fit faster (Oct 24 2000)
Alumnus developing accounting standards for Yemen (Oct 20 2000)
Teaching professors plan dream courses (Oct 18 2000)
Ball State alumna traveling the world promoting water management (Oct 17 2000)
Art museum offers award for new educational projects (Oct 17 2000)
Wheelchair basketball coach ready for gold medal attempt (Oct 16 2000)
New Green Committee begins work on environmental agenda (Oct 12 2000)
Mathematics professor named distinguished professor at Ball State (Oct 12 2000)
Largest African student delegation arriving at Ball State (Oct 11 2000)
Ball State business students to analyze emerging ventures (Oct 10 2000)
Letterman given game ball (Oct 10 2000)
Outstanding Indiana women honored (Oct 9 2000)
History professor honored for core curriculum teaching (Oct 9 2000)
Don't forget anti-monster spray before bedtime (Oct 5 2000)
Ball State study abroad enrollment at all-time high (Oct 4 2000)
Ball State ranked second among MAC schools in gifts (Oct 4 2000)
Nursing graduates have state's best exam pass rate (Oct 3 2000)
October 2000 Story Ideas (Oct 1 2000)
Biography of Edmund F. Ball (Sep 30 2000)
Edmund F. Ball: University mourns loss of devoted friend, benefactor (Sep 30 2000)
Ball State graduate lends voice to campaign jingle (Sep 29 2000)
New Ball State marketing campaign begins (Sep 29 2000)
Faculty, staff surpass goal for campus portion of campaign (Sep 27 2000)
Angola principal named outstanding alumnus by Ball State (Sep 26 2000)
United Way Pathfinders named; 45 percent of goal achieved (Sep 25 2000)
Magazine: Ball State graduates have less debt than peers (Sep 25 2000)
Retailers may prefer Gore over Bush for president (Sep 22 2000)
Ball State student volunteering at Olympic games (Sep 21 2000)
Ball State students to help with Monday Night Football (Sep 20 2000)
Total Lifestyle Center offers services (Sep 18 2000)
Former music director, conductor Robert Hargreaves dies (Sep 15 2000)
Indy television using student footage for football highlights (Sep 15 2000)
National entrepreneurship center to operate at Ball State (Sep 15 2000)
Boo! Halloween retailers are out to scare you into buying (Sep 15 2000)
Alpha Lambda Delta wins national award for second year in a row (Sep 11 2000)
Early childhood development expert to speak (Sep 11 2000)
BeneFacta Day celebrates children and university research (Sep 11 2000)
Music instrument donations welcome at UniverCity (Sep 8 2000)
Ball State's virtual field trips takes students around the globe (Sep 8 2000)
Alumnus returns as visiting professor (Sep 7 2000)
Alumnus promotes international exchanges (Sep 7 2000)
Quito alumnus welcomes faculty member (Sep 7 2000)
Deadly ovarian cancer underscores drama in (Sep 6 2000)
Enrollment increasing, student quality improving at Ball State (Sep 6 2000)
Faculty receive honors (Sep 6 2000)
Ball State breaks funding record for research and teaching (Sep 5 2000)
Entrepreneurship program ranked fifth in nation (Sep 1 2000)
September 2000 Story Ideas (Sep 1 2000)
September 2000: Art and Journalism Building takes shape (Sep 1 2000)
Ball State program to help executives expand their firms (Aug 31 2000)
HUD Grant to help Ball State address community's needs (Aug 31 2000)
Entrepreneurship boom shows no sign of letting up (Aug 31 2000)
UniverCity 2000 marks millennium with world-class guests (Aug 30 2000)
New record set for private gifts to Ball State (Aug 30 2000)
Scholarship assists student teachers in Urban Experience Program (Aug 29 2000)
Ball State professor joins TV news program (Aug 28 2000)
Ball State sophomore named state fair queen (Aug 24 2000)
Funds remember telecommunications student's determination, (Aug 22 2000)
Lab available to faculty for computer-based testing (Aug 21 2000)
Open house set for renovated residence hall (Aug 18 2000)
New dean receives governor's highest honor (Aug 17 2000)
Indiana Public Radio speaks with new Ball State president (Aug 15 2000)
Roads and parking lots remain open during fall construction (Aug 14 2000)
Mentors inspire student leadership award (Aug 14 2000)
Ball State assisting teachers with computer skills (Aug 10 2000)
Brazilian academic exchanges discussed (Aug 10 2000)
Program gives women techniques, confidence to fight attackers (Aug 10 2000)
Ball State joins organization promoting teaching, research (Aug 3 2000)
August 2000 Story Ideas (Aug 1 2000)
Instructor pitches the connection between sports and media (Jul 28 2000)
Local families needed to help international students (Jul 28 2000)
Minorities, women make strides in television news employment (Jul 27 2000)
Longtime Muncie residents bequeath scholarship fund (Jul 25 2000)
Ball State Trustees approve legislative request (Jul 24 2000)
Ball State Alumni Association names Benny Award recipients (Jul 24 2000)
Film gives the full scoop on retired university president (Jul 21 2000)
ITP official praises Ball State’s technology portfolio (Jul 18 2000)
Improvements made to sports facilities (Jul 14 2000)
Falcons may return some day (Jul 14 2000)
Professor looks forward to playing towering tunes (Jul 10 2000)
Ball State Alumni Association names GOLD recipients (Jul 10 2000)
Ball State students take top three prizes in competition (Jul 10 2000)
Professor: Republicans will use convention to start grassroots movement (Jul 7 2000)
Marketing firm purchases student and faculty artworks (Jul 7 2000)
Professor predicts Democratic National Convention will be fairly quiet (Jul 6 2000)
NFL Players Association honors Pitts (Jul 3 2000)
July 2000 Story Ideas (Jul 1 2000)
Professor: New bias crimes law a step in the right direction (Jun 29 2000)
Criminal justice professor believes Supreme Court has settled Miranda issue (Jun 27 2000)
Music scholarship fund receives more than $61,300 (Jun 26 2000)
Trustees rename arena in honor of retiring president (Jun 25 2000)
Burris has openings for next school year (Jun 22 2000)
Ball State alumni gather in Nigeria (Jun 22 2000)
Indiana Academy administrator named distinguished professor (Jun 21 2000)
Students, faculty, alumnus nominated for regional Emmys (Jun 20 2000)
University digs into McKinley Avenue for tower construction (Jun 17 2000)
Ball State employees close to NBA action (Jun 16 2000)
Incoming president moves into Muncie home (Jun 15 2000)
Scholarships to remember civic leaders, friends (Jun 14 2000)
Women's Studies Program acquires Garnett mystery collection (Jun 13 2000)
Steele honored as national info technology leader (Jun 12 2000)
Roepke earns state dietitian award (Jun 12 2000)
Pregnant women sought for breast-feeding study (Jun 12 2000)
Local Phi Kappa Phi members sought (Jun 12 2000)
Scholarships to honor Ball State alumnus and educator (Jun 12 2000)
Overdose suspected in death of graduate student (Jun 9 2000)
Ball State receives $3 million to help teachers use technology (Jun 8 2000)
Partners link to Brazilian alumni (Jun 7 2000)
Indiana Academy creates physics of flying Web site (Jun 6 2000)
Alumni pleased with results of their Ball State education (Jun 6 2000)
Architecture students learn child's play is serious business (Jun 5 2000)
Parent fund provides $125,000 for new student center (Jun 2 2000)
June 2000 Story Ideas (Jun 1 2000)
International wheelchair camp brings top players, coaches to Ball State (May 30 2000)
Faculty receive grants for gerontology units and research (May 30 2000)
Young professionals from Italy visit Ball State (May 26 2000)
Army honors Worthen for service (May 26 2000)
IU marketing official to head University Relations (May 25 2000)
Multicultural Affairs director leaving for North Carolina (May 25 2000)
Dean Roepke planning a busy retirement (May 24 2000)
Smoking costs Indiana's economy about $3.5 billion annually (May 23 2000)
Women sought to participate in weight loss study (May 22 2000)
Gift from State Farm Companies Foundation to fund programs in new academic center (May 18 2000)
Southern Indiana businessman invests in Ball State (May 17 2000)
Economist: Another milestone for U.S. economy (May 17 2000)
Ball State telecast brings Sue the dinosaur to 5 million students (May 17 2000)
Student Affairs staff, program recognized (May 16 2000)
Ball State wins Indiana recycling award (May 16 2000)
Diversity Associates Program selects new class (May 15 2000)
Summer conferences draw 10,000 to campus (May 12 2000)
Entrepreneurship program earns national honor (May 10 2000)
Preservation architect earns national nomination (May 9 2000)
President's remarks from the 128th Commencement (May 6 2000)
Worthen gives last commencement address as president (May 6 2000)
Trustees name bell tower in honor of local benefactors (May 5 2000)
Ball State professor receives state honor (May 4 2000)
After school program founded by Ball State students (May 4 2000)
Music school director named acting dean of Fine Arts (May 3 2000)
Business honorary chapter recognizes Indianapolis executive (May 3 2000)
Indiana Academy Web site wins national award (May 2 2000)
National recognition given to student newscast (May 2 2000)
Worthen to deliver last commencement address as president (May 2 2000)
Vision Athena enables virtual field trips (May 2 2000)
Superintendent named Ball State Outstanding Teaching Alumnus (May 2 2000)
College of Business retains status among top programs in the nation (May 2 2000)
Student counselors helping local residents overcome problems (May 1 2000)
Summer orientation prepares new students, families (May 1 2000)
Campus road and cow path to be closed this summer (May 1 2000)
May 2000 Story Ideas (May 1 2000)
May 2000: Art and Journalism Building file photo (May 1 2000)
Business professor honored by publishing company (Apr 28 2000)
Art professor saving campus tree wood for sculpture (Apr 27 2000)
Ball State students build Louisiana house for Habitat for Humanity (Apr 26 2000)
Ball State Police Department featured in industry newsletter (Apr 26 2000)
Women and Gender Studies program presents awards (Apr 25 2000)
Cooper lab renovations increase student safety, learning (Apr 25 2000)
'Curious' Hoosier author endows anthropology scholarship (Apr 25 2000)
Letterman scholarship awarded to student's novel adaptation (Apr 24 2000)
Three honored for service to older adults (Apr 24 2000)
Business educator remembered through transfer student scholarship (Apr 24 2000)
Banking executive named consultant for business research (Apr 24 2000)
Fine Arts dean leaving for Michigan after 10 years (Apr 24 2000)
Trustees approve salary, tuition increases (Apr 21 2000)
Ball State taking fresh look at environmental agenda (Apr 21 2000)
Q&A with Blaine Brownell, Ball State's 12th president (Apr 21 2000)
University of Memphis administrator named president (Apr 21 2000)
McKinley to remain open throughout bell tower construction (Apr 20 2000)
Taiwanese graduate students reflect on new government (Apr 19 2000)
New Taiwan president taking middle road, expert says (Apr 19 2000)
Taiwan, Muncie celebrate 20-year partnership (Apr 19 2000)
'The Real Story' shows student perceptions of Ball State (Apr 18 2000)
Academic programs allow students to visit Jamaica (Apr 18 2000)
Staff employees honored for 35, 30 years of service (Apr 17 2000)
Faculty interested in 12-month pay option must sign form (Apr 17 2000)
Open enrollment begins for employee health care coverage (Apr 17 2000)
Analyst: Gut check time for investors (Apr 17 2000)
'The more the merrier' when it comes to university governance (Apr 17 2000)
Ball State ranks among nation's most wired universities (Apr 14 2000)
Renovations begin this summer to West Quad (Apr 14 2000)
College of Business names undergraduate fellow (Apr 14 2000)
Astronomer debunks doomsayers' claims (Apr 14 2000)
Ball State delegation attends three European gatherings (Apr 14 2000)
Alumni gathering planned in Nigeria (Apr 13 2000)
WBSU-TV to broadcast presidential public forum April 13 (Apr 12 2000)
Professor helps develop national assessment criteria (Apr 11 2000)
State creates first early childhood information clearing house (Apr 10 2000)
Indiana's community college initiative impacts Ball State (Apr 10 2000)
Faculty to participate in 'Window on the Universe' (Apr 7 2000)
Faculty members promoted, given tenure (Apr 7 2000)
School of Physical Education honors league leader (Apr 7 2000)
President of health care system to receive honorary doctorate (Apr 7 2000)
Ball State videographer captures best assist in NCAA basketball (Apr 6 2000)
Ferris State University president visits campus April 10-11 (Apr 5 2000)
Nominations sought for outstanding Indiana women (Apr 5 2000)
Academy's chess team takes top state honors (Apr 5 2000)
University breaks ground on athletic training facility (Apr 5 2000)
Journalism banquet honors alumni, professionals (Apr 4 2000)
Departments respond to teacher education reform effort (Apr 4 2000)
Ball State University offers journalism courses in local setting (Apr 3 2000)
Indiana Public Radio news department wins awards (Apr 3 2000)
Health science professor honored by Tennessee (Apr 3 2000)
Ways to recognize student employees (Apr 2 2000)
Student employees to be honored (Apr 2 2000)
April 2000 Story Ideas (Apr 1 2000)
Grades, retention up for college freshman (Mar 31 2000)
Study: Voice mail not being used effectively (Mar 30 2000)
CCIM dean visits Korea (Mar 30 2000)
Group catches six tornadoes on video (Mar 30 2000)
Shaken baby story claims Pulliam National Writing Award (Mar 28 2000)
Better communications to incoming freshmen having positive impact (Mar 27 2000)
Suits may be OK: How fund raising changes an institution (Mar 27 2000)
Custodian foils attempted burglary (Mar 25 2000)
Trustees eliminate undergraduate fees for employees, raise parking fees (Mar 24 2000)
Ticks getting an early start this year (Mar 24 2000)
Fine Arts Building at Ball State to undergo changes (Mar 23 2000)
Ball State on cutting edge with electronic classrooms (Mar 22 2000)
Cultural changes creating a web of opportunities (Mar 21 2000)
Employers to visit campus Wednesday (Mar 20 2000)
Chef is Emens Distinguished Professor, Women's Week speaker (Mar 17 2000)
Computer science internship/scholarship program started (Mar 16 2000)
Advancement Services first to have 100 percent participation (Mar 16 2000)
Cardinals Count: Leaders urging students to fill out census forms (Mar 15 2000)
Presidential field narrowed to three (Mar 15 2000)
Graduate student wins Radio Shack teaching award (Mar 13 2000)
New continuing education dean named (Mar 13 2000)
Business dean to step down after 2000-2001 (Mar 13 2000)
Creative inquiry center names fellows for next school year (Mar 13 2000)
Inspirational World War II nurse honored by scholarship (Mar 13 2000)
Evansville resident elected Alumnus Football Coach of the Year (Mar 13 2000)
Week focuses on communication of past, present and future (Mar 13 2000)
Spring utility work begins (Mar 9 2000)
UniverCity 2000 attracting world-class talent (Mar 9 2000)
Students stage TV sitcom pilot with studio audience (Mar 9 2000)
Honors College students recognize outstanding professor (Mar 9 2000)
Scholarship in names of siblings to support architecture students (Mar 8 2000)
Cardinal Varsity Club launches membership campaign (Mar 8 2000)
Professor named an ACE Fellow (Mar 2 2000)
Census providing student job opportunities (Mar 2 2000)
New Honors College dean chosen (Mar 1 2000)
Daily News named among the world's best designed newspapers (Mar 1 2000)
March 2000 Story Ideas (Mar 1 2000)
Selection committee to interview 10 candidates (Feb 29 2000)
Adult prisons are wrong place for most juveniles (Feb 29 2000)
Award program honors 110 staff employees (Feb 29 2000)
Academy senior places second in Shakespeare contest (Feb 28 2000)
Eight nominated for A. Jane Morton Award (Feb 28 2000)
Indiana House of Representatives honor Worthen (Feb 25 2000)
Money not the top priority for many entrepreneurs (Feb 25 2000)
Welfare reform not 'We' versus 'They,' expert says (Feb 23 2000)
Fire safety remains a top priority (Feb 22 2000)
Indiana not alone on the high tech bandwagon (Feb 22 2000)
Lincoln Financial Group Foundation funds new Ball State center (Feb 21 2000)
The new Ball State University student: An agent for transformation? (Feb 21 2000)
Ball State picks up ADDY Awards (Feb 21 2000)
Findling Scholarship established for nursing students (Feb 21 2000)
Retailers are 'crying wolf' by having too many sales (Feb 18 2000)
Presidential search committee narrows field to 12 candidates (Feb 17 2000)
Selective admission: Internal initiative or response to external forces? (Feb 14 2000)
'Fit Kids' develops bodies and self-esteem (Feb 14 2000)
Freshmen positive about education, college life (Feb 14 2000)
State's First Lady praises teachers (Feb 11 2000)
Partnership completes its first energy-efficient home (Feb 11 2000)
Campus community sets $2.1 million campaign goal (Feb 11 2000)
Students with get-well card to visit CBS Morning Show (Feb 11 2000)
International Festival comes to Ball State Campus (Feb 10 2000)
Students deliver Letterman get-well wishes (Feb 9 2000)
Pizza wars intensify with latest ads by Pizza Hut (Feb 8 2000)
Worthen plans visits to three European cities (Feb 8 2000)
Former player gives $1 million to football training facility (Feb 8 2000)
Continuing education, programs need to remain flexible (Feb 7 2000)
Institute director Schmottlach named distinguished professor (Feb 7 2000)
Federal work-study program benefits students and community (Feb 4 2000)
Sales Job Fair attracting top firms (Feb 3 2000)
Family of graduates sets up business scholarship (Feb 1 2000)
Clarinet lover creates online resource (Feb 1 2000)
Freshman applications pouring into campus (Feb 1 2000)
February 2000 Story Ideas (Feb 1 2000)
Ball State faculty ahead of the curve (Jan 31 2000)
Academic exchanges with France to increase (Jan 28 2000)
Students sending get well wishes to Letterman (Jan 28 2000)
Room and board rate increase approved (Jan 28 2000)
Articles to raise issues of change for university (Jan 27 2000)
$4.35 million gift to fund stadium and wellness initiatives (Jan 27 2000)
Studebaker West renovations near completion (Jan 27 2000)
College students not interested in politics (Jan 27 2000)
Literature from the land down under (Jan 26 2000)
African-Americans not faring as well economically as whites (Jan 25 2000)
Open forums scheduled for Honors College dean candidates (Jan 24 2000)
No single reason for amphibian decline (Jan 21 2000)
Ball State advances in 'Rockin' Bowl' (Jan 19 2000)
Flags to be lowered over campus (Jan 19 2000)
Professor launches indoor air quality web site (Jan 18 2000)
Presidential search update from Frank Bracken (Jan 17 2000)
'Ed Ball's Century' gives personal account of history and life (Jan 17 2000)
Rock historian says 'Hound Dog' tops his top 20 list (Jan 14 2000)
University Computing introduces new intranet (Jan 13 2000)
Peace Corps provide a world of experience for Ball State alumnus (Jan 12 2000)
Biologist says contamination a major setback for White River (Jan 12 2000)
Research team to evaluate Prime Time project (Jan 12 2000)
Scholarship honors former dining service employee (Jan 11 2000)
College marks millennium with 2,000 good deeds for arts (Jan 10 2000)
Faculty, students agree diversity competency is important (Jan 10 2000)
Hoops for Scholars set for Jan. 29 men's basketball game (Jan 10 2000)
Top college theater awards go to LaCasse, colleagues (Jan 10 2000)
Bowling team participates in Rockin' Bowl on TNN (Jan 7 2000)
Peanuts continues on despite demise of daily cartoon strip (Jan 5 2000)
Comedy genre textbook gives parody films due respect (Jan 5 2000)
Methodist pastors want to do more to help mentally ill (Jan 3 2000)
Union honors university for helping workers (Jan 3 2000)
January 2000 Story Ideas (Jan 1 2000)
Slain Allen County officer remembered with scholarship (Dec 29 1999)
Survey shows seniors pleased with Ball State experience (Dec 17 1999)
Petty Road closed for repairs (Dec 16 1999)
Museum of Art anticipates new look (Dec 13 1999)
Union honors university for helping workers (Dec 13 1999)
Stocking food a good idea anytime, expert says (Dec 13 1999)
Local chapter wins national award (Dec 10 1999)
Ball State alumni, faculty/staff gather in Paris (Dec 9 1999)
Consumers continue to purchase Christmas gifts at record pace (Dec 9 1999)
Businessman creates scholarships for area students (Dec 9 1999)
Bush's tax cut appeals to conservative voters (Dec 8 1999)
University is ready for year 2000, say officials (Dec 7 1999)
Urban Semester Program offers real world experience (Dec 6 1999)
Museum alliance to conserve Spanish painting of music saint (Dec 2 1999)
Far East universities lack adequate computer technology (Nov 30 1999)
Aquatic center is first of its kind in Indiana (Nov 29 1999)
Local teacher wills Ball State scholarship fund (Nov 29 1999)
Declining SAT scores may be blamed on various factors (Nov 23 1999)
Physics and astronomy professor bequeaths student funds (Nov 22 1999)
Jail populations can be reduced, saving taxpayers millions (Nov 22 1999)
TV sitcom pilot emerges from campus collaboration (Nov 19 1999)
L.A. Connection: Theater students learn from film, TV pros (Nov 19 1999)
Presidential search update from Frank Bracken (Nov 19 1999)
COMPASS contests pay off for two Ball State students (Nov 18 1999)
Educator: Linking pay raises to student performance is wrong (Nov 18 1999)
Committee releases desired presidential qualifications (Nov 17 1999)
Scholarship fund honors Fuelling (Nov 17 1999)
State honors entrepreneurship education center (Nov 16 1999)
Two construction projects get Trustees go-ahead (Nov 16 1999)
New university center receives major corporate gift (Nov 16 1999)
Letter from the United Way campus campaign coordinators (Nov 16 1999)
Student input incorporated into curb, sidewalk project (Nov 15 1999)
Faculty proposals sought through new center (Nov 15 1999)
Burris third-graders to visit Chicago Museum (Nov 12 1999)
Crawfordsville teachers getting hi-tech help (Nov 12 1999)
Teachers should expel Pokemon, says expert (Nov 11 1999)
Virginia Ball gives $2 million for faculty/student inquiry (Nov 8 1999)
90 million fund-raising campaign to benefit students (Nov 6 1999)
Record $10 million gift is largest ever (Nov 5 1999)
Irish peace broker says details can be worked out (Nov 4 1999)
Museum adds popular French sculpture (Nov 3 1999)
New head of facilities and planning named (Nov 2 1999)
Sympathy Club celebrates 25th year (Nov 2 1999)
Holiday baby sitters available (Nov 1 1999)
Statement by Donald Mikesell
Ball State University Dean of Students
(Nov 1 1999)
University reports increase in freshman applications (Oct 29 1999)
Professor helps state win national award (Oct 29 1999)
Memorial service planned for Uwe Koehler (Oct 29 1999)
Elementary students love bugs (Oct 28 1999)
Local high school student attends world bridge competition (Oct 28 1999)
Study: Women more positive about computers than men (Oct 27 1999)
Hockey's violent collisions cause majority of injuries (Oct 26 1999)
Microsoft gives university $90,000 grant (Oct 26 1999)
Professors design energy-efficient home in Fishers (Oct 25 1999)
Second 'Maggie Fest' honors student's life (Oct 23 1999)
Media executive looks to world market for opportunities (Oct 22 1999)
Everything you need.... (Oct 22 1999)
Irish Protestant leader, Nobel winner to deliver lecture (Oct 21 1999)
Area students may learn more about insects at Bugfest (Oct 21 1999)
Indiana energy executive named to Business Hall of Fame (Oct 21 1999)
Two alumni, professor chosen for Rotary exchange program (Oct 19 1999)
Faculty help draft international standards (Oct 19 1999)
Video conferencing enhances student teaching experience (Oct 18 1999)
Broadcast conference brings news professional to campus (Oct 18 1999)
Online courses allowing nurses to complete degrees (Oct 18 1999)
'TODAY Show' health expert uses Ball State lab in weight loss study (Oct 15 1999)
Standards-based teaching program expands (Oct 15 1999)
Chadwick's beasts and beauties on campus (Oct 15 1999)
Concrete recycling project saving university money (Oct 14 1999)
Cardinal Kids Camp offers holiday fun for kids (Oct 11 1999)
Fear spreading faster than Lyme disease (Oct 11 1999)
Consultant meeting with campus groups for presidential search (Oct 11 1999)
Six outstanding women to be honored (Oct 8 1999)
Retirement seminar planned for Nov. 17 (Oct 8 1999)
Saxophonist delves into new form of inverted poetry (Oct 7 1999)
Consultant meeting with campus groups for presidential search (Oct 7 1999)
Consultant seeking input on search for president (Oct 6 1999)
New studio theater series emphasizes acting talents (Oct 6 1999)
Ambassador from Madagascar returns to alma mater (Oct 6 1999)
Volunteers find disasters romantic, adventurous (Oct 6 1999)
Top leaders in international business converge on campus (Oct 5 1999)
National HUD award goes to students' neighborhood studies (Oct 5 1999)
Faculty receive awards to teach leadership (Oct 5 1999)
Indiana Gas, Ball State form partnership (Oct 4 1999)
Kellogg Foundation cites leadership program as model (Oct 4 1999)
Charcoal grilling now allowed for tailgating (Oct 1 1999)
Open fires banned at stadium due to drought (Sep 30 1999)
Consultants: Ball State an attractive presidential job (Sep 30 1999)
New foreign student enrollment at an all-time high (Sep 28 1999)
New London Centre scholarship announced (Sep 28 1999)
$4.28 million to help prepare new teachers (Sep 27 1999)
Greening of the Campus welcomes environmental leaders (Sep 27 1999)
Cameraman for 'Titanic' films portion of Ball State TV commercial (Sep 23 1999)
Burris students to participate in dinosaur dig (Sep 23 1999)
Foundation grant to enhance teaching (Sep 23 1999)
Dining Service welcomes recipes from home (Sep 22 1999)
Social Gerontologists polling older adults (Sep 22 1999)
Entrepreneur speaks of highs, lows of making loans (Sep 22 1999)
Former Toledo resident finds translating challenging (Sep 21 1999)
Admissions counselor's essay appears in 'Chicken Soup' book (Sep 21 1999)
Trustees appoint search committee (Sep 17 1999)
Faculty grants support teaching, curricula, overseas studies (Sep 17 1999)
Lessons learned in children's dialogue (Sep 16 1999)
Recent mild winters may curtail sales (Sep 16 1999)
Gift to museum remembers influential faculty (Sep 16 1999)
Hurricane Floyd stirs memories for professor (Sep 14 1999)
More than 150 employers on campus for Career Information Day (Sep 14 1999)
Former Indy broadcast journalist is named trustee (Sep 14 1999)
Goblins, ghosts and spooks already hitting stores (Sep 13 1999)
Distinguished science policy expert is keynote speaker (Sep 13 1999)
Burris/Japanese exchange program begins (Sep 13 1999)
Enrollment shows steady increase in quality (Sep 10 1999)
Executive chef to visit food laboratory classes (Sep 9 1999)
Technology changing the way employees communicate (Sep 9 1999)
Conference could shape Asian, Pacific Rim outlook for decades (Sep 9 1999)
United Way goal increased by $22,000 (Sep 8 1999)
Golden Key chapter wins international honor (Sep 8 1999)
Instructional grants available for faculty (Sep 8 1999)
Japanese elementary students to visit Burris Sept. 11-17 (Sep 8 1999)
Marketing professor receives national honor (Sep 7 1999)
Major news magazine ranks entrepreneurship program fourth in country (Sep 2 1999)
New scholarship honors historic preservation educator (Sep 1 1999)
Governor honors professor for minority health advocacy (Aug 31 1999)
New institute to research university diversity issues (Aug 31 1999)
Golden Key chapter wins international honor (Aug 31 1999)
Average salary increase outpaces MAC (Aug 30 1999)
Peregrine falcons gone, but not forgotten (Aug 25 1999)
Governor honors professor for minority health advocacy (Aug 24 1999)
Partnership creates new education, research opportunities (Aug 24 1999)
Relief fund to help Turkey's earthquake victims (Aug 24 1999)
Incoming freshmen first users of new student e-mail system (Aug 23 1999)
Six receive honors at fall meeting (Aug 23 1999)
Blue-ribbon teachers outline proposals for 'dream courses' (Aug 23 1999)
New computer lab trains the area's underemployed for free (Aug 18 1999)
Provost Lecture Series begins Sept. 7 (Aug 18 1999)
New director heads adult physical fitness program (Aug 13 1999)
Campus streets to reopen in next two weeks (Aug 13 1999)
Historian: Woodstock's mythology will live on (Aug 12 1999)
Apple Computer and Ball State announce collaboration (Aug 2 1999)
Police credited with saving local man (Jul 29 1999)
Haubstadt native named to Board of Trustees (Jul 26 1999)
Worthen to retire as president next year (Jul 26 1999)
Health care retirement benefits extended to contract faculty (Jul 23 1999)
Update on summer construction work (Jul 22 1999)
Instructors participate in advanced placement program (Jul 21 1999)
Audiology doctorate among nation's first (Jul 21 1999)
Honors scholars return from Oxford (Jul 21 1999)
Graduate student, writer for Update dies (Jul 21 1999)
Health education program accredited (Jul 19 1999)
Newsroom minorities decline, reason uncertain (Jul 19 1999)
Student earns scholarship created in response to Asian crisis (Jul 16 1999)
Indiana manufacturing quietly rebounds (Jul 15 1999)
Falcons developing at healthy pace (Jul 14 1999)
Nightmare birthday turns into bloody party (Jul 14 1999)
Academy instructors participate in advanced placement program (Jul 14 1999)
Photo gallery of Ball State world-wide gatherings (Jul 12 1999)
Researcher takes exercise expertise to outer space (Jul 7 1999)
Thousands gather for Job Fair '99 (Jul 6 1999)
Falcons introduced into downtown Muncie (Jun 25 1999)
Peregrine falcons arrive Thursday for public display (Jun 24 1999)
Summer months see increase in violent and property crimes (Jun 23 1999)
Jaggers named associate development director (Jun 18 1999)
May graduate named Miss Indiana (Jun 18 1999)
Summer vacation can strengthen reading (Jun 18 1999)
Marketing professor receives national award (Jun 17 1999)
Greenwood looks to serve through Civil Air Patrol (Jun 14 1999)
Fee remission is taxable benefit for employees (Jun 14 1999)
Faculty receive grants for gerontology education (Jun 11 1999)
Cooler heads must salvage relationship with China (Jun 11 1999)
Suspects to be charged in Frog Baby Fountain vandalism, theft (Jun 10 1999)
Update on summer construction work (Jun 10 1999)
University landmark vandalized (Jun 9 1999)
Expanded year-round schooling would benefit students, teachers (Jun 7 1999)
The meaning of low unemployment rates (Jun 7 1999)
Campus photographer takes top honor (Jun 2 1999)
WANTED: Volunteers to watch for new falcons (Jun 1 1999)
Street closed for underground work (May 28 1999)
New orientation focuses on academic expectations, campus traditions (May 28 1999)
Students' studies of Muncie neighborhoods provided on Web (May 26 1999)
University Singer named Indy 500 festival queen (May 25 1999)
Retailers should enjoy another solid year (May 25 1999)
School administrators must be prepared for crisis communications (May 24 1999)
University announces $1 million workforce training program (May 24 1999)
Students raise funds for endowment in memory of friend (May 21 1999)
Urban planner honored nationally as new fellow (May 20 1999)
Top educators meeting at Teachers College to discuss future (May 20 1999)
Road, intersection closed for construction (May 18 1999)
Trash talk is problem in TV newsrooms, research says (May 18 1999)
Ball State group gets warm reception in Beijing (May 18 1999)
Trustee Mary Lou Conrad dies suddenly (May 15 1999)
Former director to address academy's graduating class (May 14 1999)
Wait period dropped for Educational Assistance Program (May 14 1999)
Community college should increase university enrollments (May 13 1999)
Muncie students go underground for historical documentary (May 12 1999)
Former Alumni Building to be moved near Burris (May 12 1999)
Summer conferences draw more than 11,000 to campus (May 11 1999)
Delegation arrives in Shanghai without incident (May 11 1999)
Area students complete EntrePrep program (May 10 1999)
Delegation leaves for China, other Far East countries (May 10 1999)
Ball State students tour Turkey (May 9 1999)
Trustees approve salary and tuition increases (May 7 1999)
Trustees approve promotions and tenure (May 7 1999)
President's remarks from the 125th Commencement (May 7 1999)
Habitat for Humanity students finishing new home (May 7 1999)
Human Performance Laboratory benefactor honored (May 6 1999)
Police awarded grant for computers in patrol cars (May 6 1999)
Residence Hall Dining Services to manage Food Court (May 5 1999)
Elected judges favor people who voted them into office (May 4 1999)
Storm chasers seeking out tornadoes (May 4 1999)
Jazz band students win top national awards (May 3 1999)
Service personnel honored for 30 years of service (May 3 1999)
University does well in state budget appropriation (Apr 30 1999)
Music education goes high-tech (Apr 30 1999)
Students learn on the road by designing in south Asia (Apr 30 1999)
April 1999: Groundbreaking for Art and Journalism Building (Apr 30 1999)
The New North Quad (Apr 30 1999)
Web game player wins free tuition (Apr 29 1999)
Wittig to continue as interim Honors College dean (Apr 29 1999)
Women and Gender Studies Program presents awards (Apr 28 1999)
No chance for blockbuster tax cuts this year (Apr 28 1999)
Interviewers sought for Middletown studies project (Apr 28 1999)
Exchange agreements signed with African and Mexican universities (Apr 26 1999)
Kosovo survivors suffering from horrible stress (Apr 26 1999)
Staff members recognized for outstanding service (Apr 23 1999)
Fort Wayne resident to receive NREM alumni award (Apr 23 1999)
NREM alumni association to honor Indianapolis resident (Apr 23 1999)
Burris offers summer programs for kindergarten and first grades (Apr 23 1999)
Burris receives elementary technology education award (Apr 23 1999)
Honor students choose distinguished teacher of the year (Apr 23 1999)
Health communication class uses emerging technologies (Apr 23 1999)
Analyst: Will the Fed act soon? (Apr 22 1999)
Journalism banquet honors alumni, professionals (Apr 21 1999)
Earth Day celebration set for Thursday (Apr 20 1999)
Schools should hire counselors to help troubled juveniles (Apr 20 1999)
Employees have until May 31 to make health coverage changes (Apr 20 1999)
College students have mixed feelings on Kosovo (Apr 20 1999)
Faculty can enroll for 12-month pay option (Apr 19 1999)
Worthen to appear on PBS satellite conference (Apr 19 1999)
Personnel honored for 30-plus years of service (Apr 19 1999)
Third environmental conference helps colleges 'go green' (Apr 16 1999)
Technology program, faculty receive honors (Apr 16 1999)
University signs worldwide environmental declaration (Apr 16 1999)
Annual senior congrats party set for May 7 (Apr 15 1999)
Kosovo, Vietnam: Different eras, different problems (Apr 15 1999)
Aging baby boomers may help slow down society (Apr 14 1999)
Professor: Expanding federal hate crimes laws overdue (Apr 14 1999)
Benin native presents at national conference (Apr 14 1999)
Two honorary doctorates to be awarded at May Commencement (Apr 13 1999)
Earth week begins with lecturers, Global declaration (Apr 12 1999)
Baby Boomers still want to have fun (Apr 9 1999)
University Singers go wireless for spectacular (Apr 9 1999)
International Lions Club president returns to Ball State (Apr 9 1999)
Career Center teaching professional etiquette (Apr 8 1999)
Chances of being audited by IRS declining (Apr 8 1999)
Wellness, self-esteem stressed to municipal clerks (Apr 7 1999)
Burris offering summer enrichment courses (Apr 5 1999)
African Festival kicks off Friday (Apr 3 1999)
State attorney general to give McGovern lecture (Apr 2 1999)
Balogh named dean of graduate school (Apr 2 1999)
Former governor to speak at Bowen Institute (Apr 2 1999)
Indiana Public Radio honored (Apr 2 1999)
Nearly 100 staff personnel reclassified to professional (Apr 2 1999)
Student employees to be honored during Recognition Week (Apr 2 1999)
Employers looking on campus Tuesday for employees (Mar 30 1999)
Communication Week covers crisis communications (Mar 26 1999)
Debate team, coach capture national championship (Mar 26 1999)
Web site is source for distance education (Mar 26 1999)
Department honors writer of burn victim story (Mar 26 1999)
Beverly Sills opens new weeklong Celebration of Arts (Mar 26 1999)
Administration building renovations near completion (Mar 26 1999)
U.S. policy is use technology, not sacrifice Americans (Mar 25 1999)
Customer service is bad and getting worse (Mar 24 1999)
Job market attractive for registered nurses (Mar 23 1999)
Graduate describes Cinderella season (Mar 22 1999)
Film scholar finds golden silents in unlikely places (Mar 22 1999)
Photojournalism professor turns lens on working America (Mar 22 1999)
Media takes biggest loss in Clinton scandal, says professor (Mar 22 1999)
Basketball fans expect more incentives to attend (Mar 22 1999)
Film scholar finds golden silents in unlikely places (Mar 22 1999)
Doctoral student granted political asylum (Mar 22 1999)
Egyptian culture has lessons in ethnic diversity (Mar 22 1999)
University agrees to educational exchanges with Nepal (Mar 19 1999)
Indiana creating fewer professional jobs than neighbors (Mar 19 1999)
Internet screen replaces paper for taking tests (Mar 16 1999)
University, business leaders team up to tackle technology (Mar 16 1999)
Nursing alumni to receive awards April 24 (Mar 15 1999)
New program is only second in the nation (Mar 15 1999)
University first to receive national certification for tutoring programs (Mar 15 1999)
Utility work to create minimum disruption to traffic and parking (Mar 8 1999)
Map of spring and summer '99 utility work (Mar 8 1999)
Big jump recorded in number of dean's list students (Mar 3 1999)
Copperfield plans two April shows at Emens (Mar 3 1999)
Indiana Academy senior competes on Jeopardy (Mar 3 1999)
Open forums are scheduled for three candidates for the position of dean of the Graduate School. (Mar 2 1999)
1999 staff honorees (Mar 2 1999)
Winning Indiana news photos and photographers (Mar 1 1999)
Sales forces are becoming more professional (Mar 1 1999)
Web site makes transferring easier (Feb 26 1999)
Looking for high pay? Try a sales-oriented career, says expert (Feb 26 1999)
New sex hormone market topic of lecture (Feb 26 1999)
Author presents investigation of cancer and environment links (Feb 24 1999)
Police officer acts on a hunch to capture serial arson suspect (Feb 24 1999)
Physics and astronomy professor dies at age 97 (Feb 24 1999)
Older first-time teachers sought by public schools (Feb 24 1999)
Hargrave chosen to head housing and residence life program (Feb 23 1999)
University to host high school journalists (Feb 23 1999)
UPD Detective helps break church arson cases (Feb 23 1999)
Getting a read on the 1999 economy (Feb 19 1999)
Civil Rights photojournalist presents powerful work (Feb 18 1999)
Turkish students find more than cows and corn in Midwest (Feb 16 1999)
Eight employees nominated for A. Jane Morton award (Feb 15 1999)
Muncie psychologist is new Trustee (Feb 11 1999)
Clinton-Lewinsky: Forever together? (Feb 10 1999)
Nursing students to provide health care in Jamaica (Feb 9 1999)
Despite cost, employers being lax on computer-use injuries (Feb 9 1999)
Leading architects working with Ball State students (Feb 8 1999)
Trustees stake their claim in Indiana higher ed (Feb 5 1999)
Room and board rates to go up in fall (Feb 5 1999)
Liberian alumnus and educator becomes peacemaker in his war-torn country (Feb 4 1999)
Students would benefit from longer kindergarten day (Feb 1 1999)
Employers send confident message about economy (Jan 29 1999)
Live satellite event from Ball State to bring together American university leaders (Jan 26 1999)
Burris teacher earns top certification (Jan 25 1999)
Every top freshman to receive computer or scholarship (Jan 18 1999)
Convicts and MBA grads have similar ethics (Jan 18 1999)
Public relations sequence named one of nation's best (Jan 18 1999)
CD-ROM developed to reduce classroom cheating (Jan 18 1999)
Arts dean participates in White House millennium project (Jan 14 1999)
Freshman retention shows signs of improvement (Jan 13 1999)
Parents clueless about teen suicide, study shows (Jan 11 1999)
Indiana Business Magazine rates advertising campaign No. 1 (Dec 22 1998)
Trustees create Legacy Award, approve honorary degrees (Dec 18 1998)
Art museum remains among nation's accredited elite (Dec 16 1998)
Photojournalism student wins Hearst Journalism award (Dec 15 1998)
Superstar prepares for festival with benefit show (Dec 15 1998)
Entrepreneurial center receives online license (Dec 11 1998)
University receives reaccreditation from NCATE (Dec 11 1998)
Recent hate crimes resulting in new laws (Dec 4 1998)
Entrepreneurial center wins state award (Dec 4 1998)
Insurance firms value recruits with International skills (Dec 3 1998)
Partners of the Americas President visits campus (Dec 2 1998)
Faculty, students assist technology-poor community (Dec 1 1998)
Nomadic alumni gather for Florida football game (Nov 30 1998)
International alumni make long-awaited return to campus (Nov 30 1998)
Watch what consumers do, not what they say (Nov 30 1998)
Worthen speech published in national journal (Nov 30 1998)
Hollywood holiday: family togetherness includes films (Nov 25 1998)
Turkish alumnus establishes business scholarship (Nov 25 1998)
Copycat crimes often committed by alienated individuals (Nov 24 1998)
President installed as chair of national association (Nov 24 1998)
Students investigate traffic patterns around school (Nov 24 1998)
Don't make pets a Christmas morning surprise (Nov 23 1998)
Third major award for university's interior designer (Nov 23 1998)
Entrepreneurship program creating venture capital funds (Nov 20 1998)
Holiday shopping often leads to credit crunch later (Nov 17 1998)
25th turkey trot set for Thanksgiving morning (Nov 16 1998)
State to gain more teachers in adapted physical education (Nov 10 1998)
College of Architecture and Planning dean resigns (Nov 10 1998)
Alumni designer, choreographer lend talents to rock opera (Nov 10 1998)
Recent hate crimes resulting in new laws (Nov 9 1998)
Hate groups going high tech to reach the public (Nov 3 1998)
Trustee Pennie Thomas succumbs after long illness (Nov 3 1998)
Entomologist honored for outstanding research (Nov 2 1998)
Pianist honored as state's outstanding music teacher (Oct 30 1998)
Surveys find that half of college students admit to cheating (Oct 28 1998)
Beware of ghosts and goblins on October 31st (Oct 28 1998)
Modifications can help older adults stay at home (Oct 26 1998)
Gelatin found to reduce joint pain in athletes (Oct 26 1998)
Mother's health factor in predicting children's injuries (Oct 26 1998)
Art museum recognized as one of nation's best (Oct 26 1998)
Boo! Santa Claus is coming to town (Oct 20 1998)
Center to serve as "Internetworking" regional academy (Oct 19 1998)
Technology education must welcome females, researcher says (Oct 13 1998)
Students preparing meal for Muncie Mission residents (Oct 12 1998)
Faculty receive grants for service learning projects (Oct 12 1998)
Student loan interest reduction to have little impact (Oct 12 1998)
Trees to find new home as result of construction (Oct 8 1998)
Foundation chair named to national council (Oct 6 1998)
These are good times for U.S. consumers (Oct 5 1998)
Investment banker recalls days as undergraduate (Oct 5 1998)
Teacher shortage severe in technology education (Sep 29 1998)
Does exercise help sedentary individuals with colds? (Sep 24 1998)
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer shares lives of "21" (Sep 24 1998)
School of Nursing seeks public comments for reaccreditation (Sep 24 1998)
Investment banker to discuss international policy issues issues (Sep 24 1998)
Yordon earns national award for performance studies (Sep 22 1998)
Governor learns how technology is changing education (Sep 21 1998)
"Everything you need" ad campaign kicks off (Sep 21 1998)
Public relations professor named outstanding educator (Sep 18 1998)
Entrepreneurship program ranked no. 17 nationally (Sep 16 1998)
Enrollment drops, but Ball State officials remain optimistic optimistic (Sep 14 1998)
Jackets add artist's touch to costume collection (Sep 14 1998)
Business environmentalist Paul Hawken explores future (Sep 14 1998)
Talley, Dining Services receive national awards (Sep 10 1998)
Researcher: More study needed on androstenedione, creatines (Sep 9 1998)
Professor to visit Japan as part of exchange program (Sep 9 1998)
Mathematical science professor receives honor (Sep 8 1998)
IPS teachers to participate in Project Gate (Sep 5 1998)
Social work chair named to national policy commission (Sep 3 1998)
Services held for Marcia Summers (Sep 3 1998)
Vice-chancellor from India visits Ball State (Sep 1 1998)
Researcher: Older men want young mates, women seek men with power (Sep 1 1998)
Audio Description helps people with disabilities (Aug 31 1998)
Dining Service official ends 42-year career (Aug 31 1998)
Life on the Color Line author speaks (Aug 24 1998)
Seven receive honors for contributions to university (Aug 24 1998)
Police department upgrades bicycle patrol (Aug 24 1998)
Thai Alumna sees niece off to Master's program at Ball State (Aug 19 1998)
U.S. consumers not worried about Asia (Aug 12 1998)
Kenya bombing victims include Ball State graduate (Aug 12 1998)
Recent Turkish trip unites alumni, results in agreement (Aug 5 1998)
Trustees approve legislative request and budget (Jul 27 1998)
University receives largest private gift ever (Jul 16 1998)
Anita Hill urges women to keep demanding fair treatment (Jul 13 1998)
Pulitzer winner accepts photojournalism post (Jul 13 1998)
Online shopping to expand to $7 billion annually (Jul 7 1998)
Roy Rogers called a softer John Wayne (Jul 6 1998)
Wittig to serve as interim dean of Honors College (Jul 1 1998)
Economist predicts GM will close operations shortly (Jun 30 1998)
Accreditation renewed for social work program (Jun 29 1998)
Ball State alumni to gather in Bangkok (Jun 23 1998)
Worthen to speak at Istanbul graduation; meet with Turkish alums (Jun 22 1998)
NASDAQ to sponsor entrepreneurship education center (Jun 18 1998)
French neoclassical painting enhances museum's collection (Jun 12 1998)
Art student from Greenwood wins dean's purchase award (Jun 10 1998)
Entrepreneurship program receives national honor (Jun 10 1998)
Alumna, human rights advocate nominated for Nobel Prize (Jun 5 1998)
New acting graduate dean named; search continues (Jun 4 1998)
Center for Organizational Resources names new assistant director (Jun 4 1998)
Penn State researcher to head human performance laboratory (Jun 3 1998)
Statewide music ambassadors prepare for European tour (Jun 2 1998)
Summer conferences to bring 10,000 to campus (Jun 1 1998)
Ball State educator enjoys challenges of gifted students (Jun 1 1998)
Newly appointed chair of journalism receives dean award (Jun 1 1998)
Teacher education goes back to the future (May 21 1998)
Center for Gerontology presents achievement awards (May 19 1998)
Retiring faculty honored at Omega reception (May 19 1998)
Women transforming sales into a female-dominated career (May 14 1998)
Mild winter weather to blame for early tick season (May 12 1998)
Consumer spending pumping up economy (May 11 1998)
Universities must help young people to grow up (May 9 1998)
Kennedy Center-bound dance program leaps into new decade (May 8 1998)
Students find fashion in recycling (May 8 1998)
Theater design student competes at national festival (May 8 1998)
Most Hoosiers not active enough, expert says (May 4 1998)
Future journalists learning through technology (May 4 1998)
Grad student wins prestigious Mellon Fellowship (Apr 27 1998)
Too few academically talented women challenged in schools (Apr 21 1998)
Trustees approve tuition and salary increases (Apr 17 1998)
U.S. sees Africa as potential major trading partner (Apr 14 1998)
Biological weapons date back to ancient Chinese (Apr 7 1998)
Many factors helped produce budget surplus (Apr 7 1998)
Jonesboro tragedy will linger for years (Apr 2 1998)
NOW president sounds warning against backlash (Mar 27 1998)
New minors add environmental angle to students' education (Mar 23 1998)
Manufacturers, retailers using multi-tiered marketing (Mar 11 1998)
Education professor featured in Larry King book (Mar 5 1998)
Students help with habitat's housing work in Deep South (Mar 4 1998)
Expectations changing for future elementary school teachers (Mar 3 1998)
Parents should stop children from repeating profanity (Feb 18 1998)
Revised legislation to help athletes with disabilities (Feb 16 1998)
High prices for Valentine's Day items a common business practice (Feb 6 1998)
U.S. economy enters new year on a high note (Jan 22 1998)
Many firms still don't have sexual harassment policies (Jan 20 1998)
Americans spent less for holiday presents than anticipated (Jan 20 1998)
Nursing shortage seen; job opportunities increasing (Jan 19 1998)
Rehiring employees to fill vacancies may cause problems (Jan 13 1998)
Graduation rate for blacks same as whites (Jan 9 1998)
Trustees decline senate suggestion for evaluations (Dec 19 1997)
Star of Bethlehem was probably planetary conjunction (Dec 19 1997)
Look for higher insurance rates for sport utility vehicles (Dec 18 1997)
Teens will continue to kill others as violence escalates (Dec 18 1997)
Ball State in top 10 of students studying overseas (Dec 16 1997)
Conference on hate crime brings national focus to issue (Dec 10 1997)
Criminal justice professor receives distinguished service award (Dec 10 1997)
Elementary school teachers using yo-yos to teach physics (Dec 9 1997)
Career services web site receives gold award (Nov 18 1997)
Accounting combinations surprise business world (Nov 17 1997)
More women should be included in drug trials says educator (Nov 12 1997)
Hendrix named Indiana professor of year (Oct 24 1997)
Hunters, recreational shooters should always protect hearing (Oct 14 1997)
Ball State to help Italians rebuild from earthquakes (Oct 13 1997)
Workers, volunteers often need counseling after disasters (Oct 7 1997)
New endowment to boost environmental programs (Sep 18 1997)
University breaks record for private gifts (Sep 16 1997)
Nursing fellow honored for work with simulations, technology (Sep 15 1997)
Freshman class enrollment sets a record (Sep 10 1997)
Japanese exchange students to visit Burris (Sep 9 1997)
Media advisory astronauts to discuss university research Sept. 12 (Sep 4 1997)
Public forcing corporations to increase social responsibility (Sep 4 1997)
President calls for renewed commitment to diversity (Aug 22 1997)
Ball State University awarded $3 million Lilly grant (Jul 18 1997)
Amish easy targets for hate crimes over generations (Jul 9 1997)
Retired faculty gifts add dimension to museum of art (Jun 30 1997)
Maybe the French are right about American culture (Jun 26 1997)
Prosperity will continue for Chinese-controlled Hong Kong (Jun 23 1997)
Museum's free screen saver samples art collection (Jun 16 1997)
High school students can earn college credit (Jun 11 1997)
Inflation is down, but is it enough? (Jun 3 1997)
One-room schools are still around (May 28 1997)
Public university officials discuss religion on campus (May 22 1997)
Student leaders take laps in national conference at Ball State (May 8 1997)
Employment plays a major role in perception of housework (May 7 1997)
Texas independence movement absurd, says historian (May 2 1997)
Fathers want greater role in birth, care of newborns (Apr 28 1997)
FDR memorial shouldn't conceal disability, educator says (Apr 25 1997)
Manufacturing economy running hot (Apr 24 1997)
Philadelphia newspaper creates graphics partnership with Department of Journalism (Apr 22 1997)
Grandparents more loving, strict when raising youngsters (Apr 22 1997)
Men, women differ in describing desease symptoms (Apr 21 1997)
Technology transforming secretarial jobs (Apr 18 1997)
Spring brings ticks and Hoosiers together (Apr 8 1997)
Women's attitudes toward TV shopping changing (Mar 20 1997)
Professor: Don't limit teaching Black history to one month (Mar 17 1997)
Speech team to host national convention (Mar 4 1997)
Most people against genetic testing for insurance purposes (Mar 4 1997)
City, University applaud McIntosh for traffic safety proposal (Feb 26 1997)
Professor says beauty pageants aren't for kids (Feb 17 1997)
Public school officials to discuss classroom technology (Feb 5 1997)
Educator: Fewer people interested in volunteering (Jan 29 1997)
Lilly Foundation funds retention study (Jan 27 1997)
Two faculty members win national teaching awards (Jan 20 1997)
Local economy blessed by stable university (Jan 17 1997)
Outlook for the 1997 economy: More of the same (Jan 6 1997)
SPORTS: Charlie Cardinal Logo in Color, 300 ppi, high-quality jpeg (Jan 1 1996)
SPORTS: Charlie Cardinal Logo in Black & White, 300 ppi, high-quality jpeg (Jan 1 1996)
Methodist pastors want to do more to help mentally ill (Jan 3 1900)
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