For just $85, train in social, video, mobile, data and beat mapping at the NewsTrain workshop in Muncie on March 24. Experience NewsTrain’s highly rated training; attendees regularly judge sessions as 4.5, with 5 as highly useful and highly effective. “This is the best hands-on collection of practical sessions with knowledgeable ‘in-the-field’ instructors I’ve experienced,” said 2016 attendee Kelly Shiers.
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Every Ball State student knows that late nights in the village are a frequent occurrence. After a long day spent being productive, dancing and socializing can take a toll on anybody, and it’s easy to become really hungry. But, getting hungry can quickly ruin your night- especially when you’re struggling to find a quick and close food option. Having to call an Uber to take you McDonald’s can be a hassle, especially if you’re not ready for the night to end.
Join the women of Alpha Omicron Pi for their annual philanthropy event, Strike Out for Arthritis, on March 24. Strike Out for Arthritis is a dodgeball tournament put on in order to raise money and awareness for the Arthritis Foundation and Juvenile Arthritis. This year, the women are raising money in honor of Maddy Penkal, a New Castle teenager suffering from Juvenile Arthritis.
1968: Athanasios Chris Karamesines set out to fulfill his dream of becoming a pizza restaurateur. Chris, the Greek part of Greek's® Pizzeria, was born in Chicago and developed a taste for good food at a young age. His father, who traveled to the United States of America in 1919 from a small village in Greece, foresaw the endless opportunities America had to offer.
Cue the Pomp and Circumstance because we are just a few shorts months from Spring 2018 graduation! The Daily knows that this time of the year is stressful with assignments, group projects and finals, so graduating students we have the contest for you. We are giving away a graduation cap and gown from the Ball State Bookstore to one lucky winner and all participants need to do is like the Ball State Daily Facebook page and direct message us a picture of your favorite (appropriate, please) Ball State memory. All photo entries will be compiled into a graduation gallery that will be posted on the page.
The Lani Kai Island Resort is the “Spring Break Central” of Southern Florida.
Lowery’s Candies is celebrating its 76th birthday this year and continues to hand dip each piece of the over 100 varieties of chocolate items they sell.
The Career Connections Conference is Saturday, February 10, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the LA Pettinger Student Center. Ball State’s Career Center and business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi are co-hosting the fourth annual iteration of this professional preparation event.
Beacon Hill and Kensington Chesterfield are prime rental communities with a convenient location within walking distance to Ball State University. An assortment of shops, eateries, gyms, and local hot spots are all at your fingertips. One to Four bedroom apartment homes are up for selection and offer spacious open concept floor plans to meet all of your needs. These apartment homes showcase newly upgraded flooring, paint, fixtures, and appliances. Come see why Beacon Hill and Kensington Chesterfield are the best Muncie has to offer.
Do you still fall for your bae every day? Love is in the air as it is officially that time of the year when social media is fluttering with pictures of people showing off their loved ones, so why not share with us and win a prize while doing it? The Baes of Ball State contest is now running from our Facebook asking followers to share with us a photo of you with your ultimate bae. We will be posting a gallery of all the images sent in and the picture with the most likes by Valentine’s Day will win a Valentine’s Day prize that says I love you: a certificate for a free, large one-topping pizza from HotBox and a one pound box of chocolate from Lowrey’s!
NewsLink Indiana is Ball State’s award-winning newscast. Students perform every role both on-camera and behind the scenes for a live newscast that reaches all of Delaware County via cable and online at BallStateDaily.com
Cardinal Job Fair is Wednesday, February 7, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Worthen Arena. The Career Center puts on career fairs each semester, bringing employers to campus who are actively recruiting Ball State students for fulltime employment, internships and more.
Byte is a student-run, multimedia coalition operating out of Ball State’s Unified Media. As an online multimedia publication, Byte covers entertainment, tech, and popular culture. Byte produces Checkpoint, a weekly news series and various podcasts. Students also have the opportunity to write reviews, news, and features that are published on Byte’s website.
Get ready for the Top Spring Break Party of 2018 at the Lani Kai Island Resort! This Fort Myers Beach, Fla., hot spot has been titled “Spring Break Central” for the last 40 years, and 2018 is already looking like it’s gonna be the biggest Spring Break bash yet.
Victor’s Gyros and Pancake House resides in a bright orange building on Tillotson and has a big personality both outside and inside. Victor’s is open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner and has all the food your heart could desire. With 80 menu items, food ranges from Greek sandwiches and pancakes to omelets, crepes, chops, steaks, seafood, barbecue, burgers, salads, desserts and more.
The Wine-N-Vine is a well-trusted Brew & Grow store that has been serving Muncie since 2005. The owners Jeffrey and Bonnie have been passionate about wines and decided to open up a business where they could take their passions to work. Other groups are passionate about their work as well - as Wine-N-Vine has received nineteen international awards for their homemade wine. But don’t worry - they’re happy to teach you how to get the same quality with your wines.
Atomic Games has a unique origin story that begins under another name. Slade Smith initially started the shop to pursue his passion for Heroclix and comic books in a converted office space in downtown Muncie, so Atomic Comics was born.
Muncie is home to a variety of friendly businesses that strive to provide a unique and fun experience for their customers. Mancino’s Sweet Shop is able to achieve just that. Next to Mancino’s Pizza & Grinders, (a business native to Muncie for over twenty years) Mancino’s Sweet Shop gives their customers a unique experience your sweet tooth will definitely enjoy.
Since we opened in Muncie just three years ago, Brothers Bar & Grill has strived to be a food and beverage social hangout for students and families alike.
Muncie Liquors has an exciting history that began when Fred Koger opened the businesses in 1981. Fred’s uncle was a bootlegger who never filed an income tax return. Fred asked to borrow money from him to open a liquor store at 501 W. Washington St. and his uncle agreed and Fred paid him back within 2 years.