December 17, 2015
Terre Haute Tribune Star: LGBT advocates wary of parts of proposed bill
Story notes the Indianapolis Star/Ball State Bowen Center poll released this week indicates nearly 70 percent of Hoosiers support civil rights protections to the LGBT community.
November 1, 2015
Terre Haute Tribune Star: Black Friday shopping to persist, despite REI's move
Story quotes Susan Mantel, a retail marketing professor at Ball State.
October 11, 2015
Terre Haute Tribune-Star: Editorial: Building a foundation for growth in the Wabash Valley
Editorial notes a recent CBER study focusing on the levels of quality of life in the state and quotes Michael Hicks, CBER director.
September 28, 2015
Terre Haute Tribune Star: Pope Francis speaks of a mission of love, hoping we will respond in kindness
February 25, 2015
Terre Haute Tribune-Star: Cities, towns, rural places help each other by thinking regionally, experts say
Story quotes David Terrell, director of economic development policy for the Ball State, and cites a study from the university's Center for Business and Economic Research.
February 11, 2015
Terre Haute Tribune Star: Gov. Oliver P. Morton kept Indiana in Lincoln's corner during the Civil War
Story notes that Ball State's Ronald V. Morris, a history professor, owns and is restoring the home in Centerville where Morton lived and practiced law prior to becoming governor.
Note: Times of Northwest Indiana also posted this story.
January 10, 2015
Terre Haute Tribune Star: Putting a few dollars away is easier if you have a solid plan
Dan Boylan, finance instructor, pens a guest column.
November 4, 2013
Every county courthouse is a square cultural center of American civil life
The Tribune-Star Counties in Indiana all have historic gems, and a man spent last summer photographing these gems. But courthouses and courthouse squares also play an important role in a community’s social and economic activities, said Chris Flook, a telecommunications instructor at Ball State University, who traveled across Indiana to photograph and study all 92 county courthouses and adjoining squares.