Month: January 2021

  • Ball State campus in Muncie, IN covered in snow

    February Digital Wallpapers

    Show your Cardinal pride and download these iconic campus images to display on your devices each month. Clicking the links below will open the wallpaper in your web browser. From there, you can save the image or set it as your background. February 2021 Desktop image with calendar Desktop image without calendar Phone

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  • Cole Campbell

    Empowering Generational Success

    Freshman Cole Campbell’s ties to Ball State run deep. His mom and dad are both Cardinals. So is his paternal grandfather as are many of his aunts and uncles. But family tradition wasn’t the sole reason the Winchester, Indiana, teenager chose Ball State. As a finance major, Cole earned admission into the Miller Business Honors […]

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  • Fields Family

    Giving Back: A Matching Commitment

    Don and Jeanne Fields of Yorktown have been loyal donors to Ball State since graduating with bachelor’s degrees: Don in 1965 and Jeanne in 1966. Even early on, as cash-strapped, public-school educators, they gave back. “Giving back is a matter of priorities,” Don said. “First, you have to decide how you want to spend your […]

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  • Amanda Robinson

    Support for Students in a Time of Need

    Amanda Robinson’s life started to unravel in March 2020. Originally from the Chicago area, Amanda was then a junior studying political science and pre-law and living in Noyer Complex as a resident assistant. Ten days into the month, a father figure in her life died unexpectedly during heart surgery. Her life was further complicated when […]

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  • Tina Pierce

    Helping Students Experience the World

    Tina Pierce remembers arriving in Hong Kong on business for the first time, early in her career. Originally from Selma, Indiana, population around 800, Tina found herself sharing a city with 6 million other people living in tight quarters. “I was overwhelmed,” she said. “It was a fast-paced, 24–7 environment.” Twenty years later, having traveled […]

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