Category: Features


  • Jordyn Blythe

    Thursday, September 15, 2022 in WB 144 from 7-8PM, Ball State alumna Jordyn Blythe will speak both about her experiences as a campus leader on issues of Inclusive Excellence and her Honors thesis, “Hustle”: Deconstructing Pressure and Workload for Black Undergraduate Women.” Blythe will also discuss the ways in which her diversity, equity, and inclusion […]

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  • CREDOS Book Club Reading Guides

    Honors College Colloquium Spring 2022 For more information about Honors College Colloquand to view the entire guide visit CREDOS Book Club Reading Guides Stories can foster readers’ empathy for people from other cultural and religious communities.  The CREDOS Book Club Reading Guides aims to support community book clubs in reading and discussing religiously diverse fiction […]

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  • Providing Pathways: Dorien Scheets

    About Dorien Scheets: I graduated Ball State University in December 2020 with double majors in Anthropology and History, and double minors in Spanish and Sociology. Tell us a little bit about your internship. For the last six months, I’ve been working and living at Tumacacori National Historical Park in Tumacacori, Arizona. The “Women in Missions” […]

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  • Welcome Back, BSU Honors!

    Welcome back, #bsuhonors! Whether you’re on campus or online, we’re excited to see you again! To get you back in the swing of things, here’s a rundown on everything you need to know for the week. Friday, January 29  Walk and talk with Honors College Dean, John Emert  Join Dean Emert at 9 AM for an […]

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  • Odyssey Accepting Submissions Until November 2

    By: Julia Tharp and Kallie Hunchman Odyssey is the Honors College’s creative journal, showcasing creative work from Ball State’s Honors students. With the deadline for Odyssey submissions quickly approaching, we caught up with two of the journal’s team members to learn more! About Odyssey Odyssey is a creative journal looking to bring the creative talents and […]

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  • Antiracism, Intersectionality, and Empowerment: A Campus Conversation

    Join the Student Antiracism and Intersectionality Advisory Council (SAIAC) in their campus wide conversation on Antiracism, Intersectionality, and Empowerment on Thursday, October 8 from 7:00-8:30pm via Zoom. Please register for the conversation here and circulate the flyer among your friends if you are interested. SAIAC is dedicated to developing strategies that will cultivate understandings of […]

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