Author: Anthony Herring


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    Take the Surveys. We’re Listening.

    Hello, my name is Professor Cathy Day, and I’m the Director of the Humanities Compass Advantage in the College of Sciences and Humanities. I’m here with a simple message to anyone who graduated in December 2021 or who is graduating in May or July 2022: please take the Ball State Senior Survey when it shows […]

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  • Letter from the Chair of MLC

    “To have another language is to possess a second soul.” – Charlemagne Greetings from the Chair of Modern Languages and Classics! First and foremost, let me say that we want to hear from you—our amazing alumni. We would love to feature you on our website. Your stories help inspire the next generations of language students! […]

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  • Top 100 Profile: Isabelle Behrman

    Isabelle Behrman is a second-year student in the College of Sciences and Humanities and will graduate from Ball State in 2023 with a double major in Chemistry (American Chemical Society concentration) and Spanish. At Ball State, she is a member of the Women’s Tennis team, a Supplemental Instructor in Organic Chemistry and has been working […]

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  • MLC Good News: 2021 – 2022

    With the school year drawing to a close, it’s time to discuss the good news from Modern Languages and Classics! Faculty Dr. Liu Li She has been selected as the Teacher of the Year by the Chinese Language Teacher Association in Indiana (CLTA-IN) because of her excellent performance and dedication to Chinese language teaching. Dr. […]

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  • Curation Chronicles: Danielle Morrison Inventories at the History Center

      During the Fall 2021 semester, Danielle Morrison is interning at the History Center at Fort Wayne, Indiana. Under the direction of Ethan Bowers, she inventories objects and artifacts in the collection. Danielle’s main project is creating a tour of Lindenwood Cemetery to highlight stone art and significant figures who are buried there. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ This […]

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  • Letter from the Chair

    Dear Students, Alumni, Friends, Staff and Faculty of the Ball State Department of History, On April 29, 2020, my first pandemic letter was posted online, and, as I write this on November 28, 2021, we continue to feel the impact of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Omicron, a new COVID-19 variant carrying a large number of mutations […]

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  • History Good News: Fall 2021

    With the semester nearing its end, it’s time to celebrate the good news that #bsuhistory has to share! __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Faculty On September 25, 2021, Dr. Dorshele Stewart gave the keynote speech at the College of Sciences and Humanities celebration of Dean’s List students. Dr. Emily Suzanne Johnson She reviewed The Eyes of Tammy Faye movie […]

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