MERRILLVILLE | Michael Hicks, director of the Ball State Center for Business and Economic Research and a professor of economics in the Miller College of Business, will review economic trends in 2013 and offer a forecast for the business climate in 2014.
Winning a college scholarship from the Concerned Calumet Citizens Committee positively affects their lives, say young adults who have grown up in the Calumet area of East Chicago.
HAMMOND | Vying against other Midwestern college and university students, two Purdue University Calumet computer information systems seniors returned from the recent Ball State University Information Systems Project and Case Competition with first place, first runner-up and second runner-up honors.
Call it one last dip for Lowell’s Bridgette Ruehl.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. | Blake Bortles threw for three touchdowns and ran for another to lead Central Florida to a 38-17 victory over Ball State in the Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl on Friday night.
Many of Indiana’s largest universities are preparing stricter smoking rules, putting teeth behind smoke-free policies that -- to now -- have been at least partly hot air.
Corey Ohlenkamp wasn't supposed to be part of the group of Ball State students covering the Olympics in London.
Field Museum intern Anthony Deczynski collects leaf beetles Friday during the Kankakee Sands and Conrad Savanna Bioblitz in Newton County.
A variety of beetles were collected Friday during the Kankakee Sands and Conrad Savanna Bioblitz in Newton County.
Dave Clark of the Field Museum examines a bird grasshopper Friday during the Kankakee Sands and Conrad Savanna Bioblitz in Newton County. The bioblitz is intended to document the biodiversity of rare and unique animals, insects and plants that live on the sandy soils to the south of the Kank…
Purdue University entomologist Serena Gross pins flies Friday during the Kankakee Sands and Conrad Savanna Bioblitz. About 100 scientists have gathered for the two-day event that continues Saturday in Newton County. Their goal is to identify species and measure the success of restoration eff…
Paul Rothrock displays a sample of Bicknell's sedge collected Friday during the Kankakee Sands and Conrad Savanna Bioblitz in Newton County.
Carl Strang of the Dupage County Forest Preserve District dictates notes while searching for singing insects Friday at the Kankakee Sands and Conrad Savanna Bioblitz in Newton County.
Carl Strang, from the Dupage County Forest Preserve District, and Alyssa Collins, from Purdue University, search for singing insects Friday at the Kankakee Sands and Conrad Savanna Bioblitz.
Bill McKnight, top, and Paul Rothrock search for plants Friday at the Kankakee Sands and Conrad Savanna Bioblitz.
Entomologist Jeff Holland, from Purdue University, pins beetles collected Friday during the Kankakee Sands and Conrad Savanna Bioblitz.
Paul Rothrock displays a sample of Bicknell's sedge collected Friday during the bioblitz.
Alyssa Collins, from Purdue University, searches for singing insects Friday during the bioblitz.
HONOLULU | In a way, Clemson coach Brad Brownell hated to win this one.
MUNCIE | A balanced offensive attack and a strong second-half defensive effort helped a shorthanded Valparaiso women's basketball team snap a nine-game road losing streak Sunday.
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