The Alive Campaign is a suicide and prevention awareness organization on Ball States campus. Read on to learn how this group is working to educate other students and university law enforcement on how to deal with these types of situations on campus.
Slop on Top has been making headway as Muncie's first food truck. Listen as Bob Mattax separates his business from other local food venues.
Ball State students and the Muncie community gathered together to bring awareness to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Click your way through photos of the Chase the Rainbow event.
One Woman shares her story of growing up in the trees and the hobby that takes her to new heights
Doris Fogel, a Holocaust survivor, came to Ball State on the last day of Passover to share her story of survival. Read the story to find out the three things she treasured in her struggle.
After being injured during the stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair in 2011, BSU freshman Brad Humphrey became paralyzed. He chose to attend Ball State because of the accessibility of the campus for disabled students.