WTHR-13

November 14, 2014
Story examines a class project, quoting Mary Moore, a communication studies instructor.
Topic: CCIM
September 1, 2014
Ball State immersive learning class produces a new documentary on the Ball brothers.
Note: Associated Press distributed the story to media outlets across the state and nation, including the Houston Chronicle, Washington Times and San Francisco Chronicle.
August 26, 2014
Petra Zimmermann, geography professor, is interviewed.
Note: Story ran multiple times.
August 6, 2014
BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR videographers documented their experience at the Indiana State Fair's Midway.
Note: Story ran multiple times.
Topic: CCIM
August 6, 2014
Indiana State Police have set up two booths on opposite ends of the fair loop. Standing by ready for anything, officers answer questions ranging from where’s the nearest restroom to why’d I get that speeding ticket.
Topic: CCIM
August 5, 2014
BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR: The World’s Toughest Rodeo made its third visit to the Indiana State Fair Monday and Tuesday, drawing an enthusiastic crowd of several thousand to the Hoosier Lottery Grandstand.
Topic: CCIM
August 4, 2014
The Indiana State Fair has been home to Hook’s Historic Drug Store and Pharmacy Museum, dedicated to Indiana pharmacies from a bygone era, when medicine was produced by hand.
Topic: CCIM
July 8, 2014
Bryan Byers, criminal justice professor, is interviewed.
Note: Story ran on-air multiple times.
May 6, 2014
WTHR-13: BestCollegeReviews.com compiles list of the 20 best college radio stations in America
WCRD is listed.
Note: Various news services distributed this story.
Topic: CCIM
April 18, 2014
WTHR-13: Murder-suicide tragedy rare, but followed pattern
Bryan Byers, criminal justice professor, is interviewed.
February 22, 2014
WTHR-13: American Pride: The young Olympic revolution
Content provided by BSU at the Games.
February 17, 2014
WTHR-13: BSU students get assignment of a lifetime in Sochi
Note: This story also was distributed to NBC affiliates throughout the nation, including WFIE-TV (Evansville) and WAVE-TV (Louisville, Ky.).
February 10, 2014
WTHR-13: Why do athletes bite their medals?
Story written by member of BSU at the Games.
Note: Anchors refer to BSU at the Games website throughout the newscasts.
February 6, 2014
WTHR-13: PSA shines light on unsolved 2011 hit-and-run
Story features Christina Blanch, a Ball State University doctoral candidate in education studies, who is preparing to teach her second comic book-based MOOC.
November 29, 2013
WTHR-13: Edward Pierre's spirit lives on through Circle of Lights tradition
Carol Street, an archivist at Ball State University's College of Architecture, explained, "Edward Pierre was no mere architect." Street, who oversees the drawings and documents archive, describes Pierre as one of the state's greatest designers and urban planners. She calls the Pierre Wright collection, (architect George Wright was Pierre's long-time business partner) one of her best in the collection. "They built so much of the city's important architecture when Indianapolis was really coming into its own, with building stock and businesses."
Topic: CAP
November 5, 2012
Ball State Considering Building Sorority Village
Ball State University is considering building a so-called sorority village to house the growing number of women who want to be part of the school's Greek community.
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