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Rove, Tworkowski, Catchings highlight speakers coming to Ball State in fall
Karl Rove, Jamie Tworkowski and Tamika Catchings will headline the speakers Ball State Universityâ€™s Office of Student Life brings in this fall. The three speakers for the fall were chosen because of events and themes for the next semester, Mitch Isaacs, associate director of student life, said.
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