Ball State President Takes Issue with Reports of Encampment At BSU

Taking issue with reports of an encampment at Ball State Last week, as reported by a couple of outlets including his own IPR – BSU President Geoffrey Mearns…

He said VP Student Affairs Roanne Royer Engle approved the two…

He went on to say…

from WMUN’s Delaware County Today Radio show.

How many Cards stay close to home, BSU President Geoffrey Mearns…

From WMUN yesterday – 3,000 graduates had their event last weekend.

More Primary post-game – with a lot of negative campaigning in several races statewide, we wondered what the plan is for Stephen Brand…

Brand won against incumbent James King, and BSU’s Chad Kinsella from the Bowen Center found a note within the numbers…

The general election is November 5th.

Party with the police – sort of. Woof Boom reporter Bret Busby has the plan…

One of her biggest platform pieces is legalizing abortion in Indiana, but can Democrat Jennifer McCormick win the Governor’s race – Bowen Center at BSU’s Chad Kinsella…

the Republican nominee is Mike Braun, and the Libertarian candidate is Donald Rainwater.

More Primary post-game, with a comment from a Delaware County candidate that we asked on WMUN news Radio if anything surprised him – Brad Polk….

I asked about Nikki Haley getting votes in Delaware and other counties even thought she suspended her campaign some time ago, and BSU’s Chad Kinsella from the Bowen Center said there might be some Trump trouble for the general election…

We reported last week when we heard a meeting happened, but this week we spoke to Greg Pence, who was asked to have that meeting with race legend Mario Andretti…

By the way, Fishers is the home of a new Andretti race HQ under construction.

Always a full Radio lineup weekends:  hear about Teen Works, Dr. K, Jennifer McCormick speaks, BSU Pres. Mearns explains the story of the non-encampment, and by full interview with Radio Pacis and out trip to Uganda starting  next week.  This week on Delaware county airs first on Saturday’s on WMUN news radio.

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