Topic: College of Sciences and Humanities
June 5, 2009
Even after 5,000 miles of highway driving in the last week of May, a group of Ball State students is still waiting to witness their first tornado. Led by meteorology professor David Call, seven Ball State and three Indiana University students have traveled from Indiana to as far west as Wyoming and then down through Texas in an effort to track major storms developing on the Great Plains. Students are posting videos and photos on their Facebook pages to keep their friends up to date on their travels.
Click here to listen to audio of the group detailing their adventures thus far.