Thursday, March 21, 2024
All Day Event
March 21 | Web Withdrawal Ends
10 a.m.
Health Promotion and Advocacy, in partnership with Wayne County Health Department, will provide FREE HIV/STI testing for Ball State University students on Thursday, March 21st from 10:00am-3:30pm. * Location is TBD* Please note that testing is available for the following: HIV, Hepatitis C, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and Syphilis. Testing does NOT require insurance and will be conducted on a walk-in basis. For questions or interest in future testing clinics, please email hpa@bsu.edu or call 765-285-3775.
11:30 a.m.
Calendar: Working Well
Have you taken the CliftonStrengths assessment? Want to learn more about the talent themes? Each Theme Thursday session will highlight a specific talent theme to help you better understand the theme, spot it in yourself or in others, and identify a takeaway that you can use to benefit you in your work!
11:30 a.m.
Have you taken the CliftonStrengths assessment? Want to learn more about the talent themes? Each Theme Thursday session will highlight a specific talent theme to help you better understand the theme, spot it in yourself or in others, and identify a takeaway that you can use to benefit you in your work!
11:30 a.m.
Solar eclipse glasses will be available to community guests for a suggested cash donation of $1/pair, while supplies last. Limit 10 pairs per person. Ball State students, faculty, and staff will have the opportunity to get their own eclipse glasses at distribution sites across campus closer to the eclipse. Glasses are partially funded through support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Simons Foundation. Learn more about the upcoming total solar eclipse happening at Ball State to prepare for this spectacular event.
12 p.m.
Virtual Lunch and Learn: The Power of MapsMaps are a medium for inspiring and changing how to view and navigate spaces, but maps also serve as an informative and exciting storytelling devices. Maps represent a visual platform for users to create, engage in, define, and comprehend cultural and historic concepts related to the environment, human rights, language, income, inequality, urbanization, ethnicity, poverty, war, and education.The Ball State University Libraries’ Map Collection houses over 140,000 maps, atlases, and other cartographic resources—both paper and digital versions—that can be used as learning objects. And the Map Collection is constantly evolving and growing: Students from the School of Art have also created dozens of new maps for the Collection, while English, social studies, and history students have published online story maps.Explore the Map Collection in this program, and learn how education can be redefined through cartography.This event is free and open to the public and a part of the Friends of Bracken Library's Virtual Lunch and Learn series.
12 p.m.
Calendar: Working Well
Mindful MeditationSpend a few minutes each week in mindful meditation! Register here for Mindful Meditation on Thursdays during Spring 2024. Hosted by Working Well in collaboration with the Ball State Counseling Practicum Clinic.
12 p.m.
Spend a few minutes each week in mindful meditation! Register here for Mindful Meditation on Thursdays during Spring 2024. Hosted by Working Well in collaboration with the Ball State Counseling Practicum Clinic.
2 p.m.
Pastiche art uses the distinct imagery or style of another artist but still allows you to infuse your own style into your artwork. Ann will assist in identifying famous artist styles and help you make them your own personal style through touching up and editing. Open to all skill levels. Limited to 10 students. | Cost: $40
3 p.m.
Active Shooter situations are dynamic and evolve rapidly, demanding immediate deployment of law enforcement resources to stop the shooting and mitigate harm to innocent victims. Learn more about what to do if there is an active shooter on campus.
4 p.m.
Visit Park Residence Hall for a one-stop shop for all your professional attire needs. Brought to you by HRL’s Student Action Team!
5 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
This workshop focuses on respectability politics and ways to show authentically in the academy while holding intersecting identities.
5:30 p.m.
Student RecitalAlena M Miskinis is a piano student of Ray Kilburn. Program to include music by Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre, Franz Joseph Haydn, Frédéric Chopin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and more. This event is free and open to the public.
7 p.m.
Six Thursdays starting from March 21. Instruction in finger spelling and basic conversation based on American Sign Language and signed English. Certificate of Completion provided to those who attend all six sessions in their entirety. Limited 24 students. | Cost: $95
7:30 p.m.
A cardinal red background with a line drawing of a rock in white with the word "CAVE" above it in white.Upon receiving numerous death threats while in the running for governor, State Senator Tyson Avery and his wife escape to a mountain cabin owned by the family of the Senator's top aide, Clayton Carlson. Tension builds as the stalker reveals they know where the Senator is hiding and as more and more disturbing events take place, the terror really begins. Tickets available through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.