Pinterest Next chance to walk on Ball State graduation stage will be in spring By Jon Zimney – September 13, 2020 0 213 Twitter Pinterest Twitter IndianaLocalNews Google+ “BSU” by Daniel Hartwig, some rights reserved No one will walk across the stage with a cap and gown at Ball State University until the spring.Ball State has officially postponed all commencement ceremonies until May of next year.There was a plan for graduates to get their diplomas in ceremonies in both October and December this year. Unfortunately, Ball State University President Geoffrey Mearns says the state’s ban on crowds of more than 250 people makes it impossible to host a graduation ceremony.The Class of 2020, which was supposed to graduate a few months ago is being invited to be a part of the ceremony for the Class of 2021 next May. Google+ Previous articleWoman, 37, found dead on East Fairview Ave. in South BendNext articleUnemployment boost coming for out-of-work Hoosiers next week Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp Facebook
The Indo-Swiss tennis combine of Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis suffered a straight games loss and were ousted from the women’s doubles semifinals of the Canadian Open here.French-Slovenian fourth seeds Caroline Garcia and Katarina Srebotnik upset the top seeds 6-3, 6-2 in exactly an hour to take a 2-1 lead in career meetings over the reigning Wimbledon champions on Saturday.Playing on the outdoor hard courts of the Aviva Centre, Sania and Martina were completely outplayed.The Indo-Swiss combine did not start well as they served two double faults in the first set. Though they won a breakpoint, Sania and Martina missed out on three more chances which could have put the set in their favour.Also read: Sania to get Khel Ratna, Arjuna awards for Sreejesh, Rohit, RaiOn the contrary, Caroline and Katarina converted both the breakpoint opportunities they got to clinch the first set and take the lead in the match.Two more double faults in the second set really put the top seeds into the back seat. They again won a breakpoint but the fourth seeds clinched two more to easily pocket the set and enter the finals of the $2,678,055 tournament.Overall, the French-Slovenian combine won 54 of the 95 points played in the match.