Break campus news and dig into issues relevant to the Ball State community as a member the Ball State Daily News, one of the nation’s top student newspapers. The staff practices a digital-first approach in its coverage of campus and breaking Muncie news, Cardinals sports, features, and opinions. Paid and unpaid positions are available in reporting, editing, design, video, photography, and more. Learn more.
Join one of the nation’s top collegiate magazines, which is published in print two times annually, plus online versions updated weekly with multimedia stories. Ball Bearings has received more than 50 awards in the last two years from the Society of Professional Journalists and others. Learn more.
Explore and critique your passions through Byte, a student-run, interactive site that features news, reviews, long-form journalism, videos, and podcasts about topics that range from anime and gaming to music and videos. Learn more.
Student anchors, reporters, writers, and producers collaborate to air live, 30-minute newscasts that broadcast throughout Delaware County three days per week. NewsLink covers local news, national news, entertainment, weather and sports. Learn more.
Interested in radio? Join WCRD (91.3 FM), the second largest student activity at Ball State (only the marching band outnumbers us). Students run the radio station, which airs 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, and operates independently of Indiana Public Radio. The “voice of Ball State” covers Ball State and local high school sports, produces feature and news stories, plays music, and reviews area bands. Learn more.