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  • CAPtober Daily Sketch Challenge

    CAPtober is a new spin on the daily drawing challenge “INKtober.” This month-long event will serve as a unique opportunity for ALL CAP students to create a quick 5 to 10 minute sketch each day that will be displayed in the (no judgement zone) pin-up space in the atrium of the CAP building. Active participants […]

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  • Competition to document historic Black landscapes nets an honorable mention for team of professors

    By Christopher Baas, Professor of Landscape Architecture Professors from Ball State University and Hanover College teamed up recently to document the landscape and remains of Eleutherian College, the first college in Indiana to admit Black students, and a hub of activity in the abolitionist movement. The project won honorable mention in the 2021 HALS Challenge […]

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  • Dean’s Update

    Welcome back, all! We hope you had some time to recharge over the break. It’s a good time to reflect on the challenges and resilience that we have witnessed and lived. Your “over and above” resolve to accomplish our mission has been inspiring – it ‘s a source of great gratitude for me to be […]

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  • Dean’s Update

    GUEST LECTURE SERIES LINEUP MONDAYS | 4:00 PM | Zoom Links & viewing in AB 100 For a link to watch the lecture, email caplectures@bsu.edu. NOV 01  –  Autumn Visconti, landscape architect with BIG who has a wide appeal across disciplines. NOV 15  –  Tony Costello,  “A Decade of Humanitarian Accomplishments in Haiti,” Live lecture. (Tony […]

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  • Dean’s Update

    GUEST LECTURE SERIES LINEUP MONDAYS | 4:00 PM | Zoom Links & viewing in AB 100 For a link to watch the lecture, email caplectures@bsu.edu. SEPT 27  –  Mike Mallon, “Is Retail Dead? Life after Covid.” Live at Mall. OCT 04   –  Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi, architects. “Urban Natures” NOV 01  –   Autumn Visconti, […]

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  • Internship Leads to Job Offer for December Grad

    BY HANNAH JONES, senior My name is Hannah Jones, and I am the planning intern for the City of Shelbyville, Indiana. I work with BSU planning alumnus Adam Rude, director of the department. The City of Shelbyville is rapidly growing and is undergoing many great changes, from an influx of new housing to redeveloping the […]

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  • CapAsia Traffic Inspires U.S. Transportation Planner

    The CapAsia field studies program will resume in spring 2022. In preparation, we’ve asked students from past CapAsia trips — there have been ten in all! — to reflect on their experiences. By ANTON SCHAUERTE, CapAsia X One reason I wanted to go on CapAsia was because I’d previously watched a YouTube video called “How […]

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  • Ball State Interior Design Summer High School Workshop

    The Interior Design Summer Workshop had a record breaking enrollment this year with twenty five participants. The program gives students a great opportunity to experience interior design firsthand. At completion, students have a portfolio of work which is a required component of the application process in many accredited interior design programs. After participating in the […]

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