September 16, 2015
The Star Press: BSU a hub for playwrights, musicals?
Source: Star Press
Story notes that Ball State is earmarking $280,635 for a project called “Entrepreneurial Theatre for the 21st Century,” which will focus on training emerging playwrights, composers and other theater artists.
February 22, 2015
Star Press: Polar plunge, dance marathon raise money
Source: Star Press
Story notes events at Ball State.
Note: WTHR-13 also reported on the dance marathon.
January 23, 2015
Midwest Living: Seven ways to have a ball in Muncie, Indiana
Story lists seven ways to enjoy the Ball family heritage and the city of Muncie.
December 8, 2014
Singers Room News: Tiara Thomas talks church upbringing, being different, feeling pressured by 'Bad', more
Story notes that after graduating from Ball State University in 2012, Tiara began to fully focus on her music career.
December 4, 2014
Indianapolis Star: Art is up-close and personal at Monster Drawing Rally
Story notes that Kate Oberreich and fellow art students got together to draw during her days at Ball State, but they didn't call it a "Monster Drawing Rally." "It was, 'Come hang out in my dorm room,' " said Oberreich, a 2005 BSU graduate who is part of the rally roster.
December 3, 2014
Indianapolis Monthly: Ask me anything: HIV educator Paige Rawl
Story notes that the Ball State student has a new book and is one of three subjects in a new documentary to boot.
Note: HIV Plus and posted similar stories.
November 16, 2014
Star Press: More construction coming to The Village
Source: Star Press
Story notes that the McKinley Commons project is proceeding.
November 16, 2014
Star Press: New club? BSU students fight with foam "weapons"
Source: Star Press
Story notes that a group of Ball State students who "fight" with weapons made of foam are seeking to gain club state on campus.
November 10, 2014
College Candy: Ball State University Offering Class On Dating
The story also posted by the Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan and a variety of college-oriented sites.
November 2, 2014
Star Press: On the hunt for orchids at BSU greenhouse
Source: Star Press
Story reviews new facility.
October 17, 2014
Chronicle of Higher Education: Here are 88 weird college-owned trademarks, arranged as a poem
Ball State's "chirp chirp" is listed.
October 9, 2014
Star Press: BSU homecoming parade on Saturday
Source: Star Press
Ball State's homecoming parade will take place on Saturday, October 11.
October 1, 2014
Star Press: BSU's homecoming activities kick off Oct. 6
Source: Star Press
Story reviews upcoming event.
September 24, 2014
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Paige Rawl takes a 'Positive' approach to HIV education, stopping bullying
Ball State student is featured.
September 19, 2014
Star Press: BSU student overcomes bullying and HIV taunts
Source: Star Press
Paige Rawl, a Ball State student, is profiled.
August 14, 2014
Star Press: BSU Parents say bye to kids
Source: Star Press
BSU Parents say bye to students after move-in weekend.
August 5, 2014
Star Press: An artful life: Bob La France has passion for his work
Source: Star Press
Feature story on the new director of the David Owsley Museum of Art.
May 31, 2014
Star Press: In full bloom: New orchid greenhouse opens at Ball State
Source: Star Press
New orchid greenhouse opens at Ball State: The new Dr. Joe and Alice Rinard Orchid Greenhouse opened Saturday in Ball State University's Christy Woods.
April 30, 2014
Albany Times Union: Handmade cork tree to showcase Ball State orchids
Note: Associated Press distributed this story nationally.
April 23, 2014
Seattle Post-Intelligencer: New Ball State planetarium to open this fall
Note: Associated Press distributed this story nationally.
April 23, 2014
WISH-TV: NASA exhibit in Indiana allows moon rock touches
Source: WISH-TV
NASA's visit to Ball State is featured.
Note: Associated Press distributed this story.
February 22, 2014
WXIN-TV: Ball State students ready to dance the night away for a good cause
Source: WXIN TV
Story reviews dance marathon.
Note: Story ran multiple times.
November 29, 2013
Star Press: 'I knew God would help me'
Source: Star Press
Teenager organizes Thanksgiving meal for others at Harvest Christian Fellowship. Back n June, Natalee Jones, a freshman at Ball State University, asked God for a chance to invest in something beyond herself, to learn the importance of giving to other people. As the saying goes, ask and you shall receive.
October 1, 2013
Broadway star Sutton Foster set to debut at Palladium on behalf of ATI
Source: Examiner
Besides the ATI benefit at the Palladium in Carmel, Sutton just happens to have yet another connection to Indiana, proving that, indeed, the theater world is small. Foster is associated with Ball State University. In fact, she received an Honorary Doctorate degree from BSU where she also is on faculty as a teacher and advisor to the Department of Theatre and Dance. Foster says that this year she is conducting a 15-week Skype course with 11 musical theater seniors. It’s a cabaret course based around the music of Irving Berlin. “Basically I call in and the students sing for me. At the end of the semester we’ll perform a cabaret show that is completely created by the students. I’ll be there for that. I try to get to campus at least once a year but most of the time it is once a semester.”
September 29, 2013
David Owsley Museum of Art now represents world civilizations in six continents
Source: Star Press
Do you want to see part of a mummy case?” tour guide Holly Waldkoetter asked a class of Burris Laboratory School fifth-graders in the sculpture courtyard at the David Owsley Museum of Art. “Yeaaahhh!” they shouted back before being led to an 1,800-year-old marble fragment of a Roman coffin.