COVID’s impact on college students and resident assistants

            In the psychiatric world, many have begun to focus on college students and their mental health. One study done by Healthy Minds and shared via press release by the American Psychiatric Association surveyed 150,000 college students over a span of 10 years.             The results are promising for these college students. The study found Read More …

New scholarship available within Ball State’s Department of Special Education

Muncie, IN – Ball State’s Department of Special Education has announced a new scholarship for graduate students. However, there is a catch. Students must belong to a marginalized population and main a 3.25 GPA or higher. According to a press release, the “inclusive Excellence Scholarship” will offer two things: financial support and promote diversity. The Read More …

Congrats!

Congratulations!!  You found Mitsy!! On the eve of every year A festive creature rides in to bring holiday cheer. With velvety ears, and antlers tall Mitsy the Reindeer brings a smile to all. You won’t find him grazing fields Or pulling a jingling sleigh. No, Mitsy prefers to ride and play! Hide-and-seek’s his game of Read More …

BSU Students Required to Test for COVID-19

Vice President of Student Affairs Ro-Anne Royer Engle announced that allreturning Ball State students must receive a negative COVID-19 test or self-quarantine before returning to campus for the spring semester. This does include off-campus living. The test must be taken within 7 days of returning to campus. Once you receive a negative test and show Read More …

Mask Mandate in Effect

This past Wednesday, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced a mask mandate going into effect this upcoming Monday.  Here are the determining factors behind the decision. Getting children back to school and keeping businesses open and operating. An increase in Covid-19 positivity rate. An increase in the number of Hoosiers hospitalized for COVID-19. Additional counties seeing Read More …