Ball State Gets New Yearbook After 17-Year Absence
Created by khavens on 5/2/2014 8:27:26 AM


MUNCIE, Ind. (AP): Ball State University is bringing its student yearbook back in a completely new form following a 17-year absence. Journalism instructor Brian Hayes says the high cost of publishing yearbooks ``makes it nearly impossible'' for Ball State to have a traditional one like The Orient, which ceased publication in 1997. But Hayes says students in an immersive class who worked for a year created the concept of the new yearbook called Cardinal Life that can now be ordered online.