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Slavery didn’t just end in the Civil War — it’s alive and well with 30 million people worldwide being a part of the slave trade.
72HRS PHOTO ASHLEY DYE
The power of music has revivified memories thought to be long lost in senior citizens with Alzheimer’s and dementia. A Ball State professor and students are striving to bring that power to Muncie’s elderly.
She knows things are going to happen before they do. Sherita Campbell said there is no fanfare to these visions — no trumpets or angels heralding — just a matter of fact knowledge that these events she has seen must come to pass.
Five days after she completed military police officer training in 2007, Jessica Robinson was notified her unit would deploy to Kuwait.
It was Sept. 11, 2001. After millions of Americans watched the attacks, April Krowel stood in line for eight hours to donate blood to the Sept. 11 victims in New York and Washington, D.C.
Garry Mashino looks at artwork at Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co. in Muncie on Nov. 7. That evening, Gordys featured the work of five former employees who all graduated from Ball State. DN PHOTO EMMA ROGERS
Ball State student April Krowel stands in the hallway of her home with her husband, Justin, in Indianapolis. She served in the in the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Ky., and then became a support personnel for military police in Iraq. Since returning to civilian life, Krowel is continuing her education at Ball State to pursue a doctorate in counseling psychology. DN PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER
Magician Jim Munroe talks with press prior to his show Nov. 7 at John R. Emens Auditorium. Munroe, after his experience with leukemia, is an advocate for bone marrow donation. DN PHOTO JONATHAN MIKSANEK
What may seem like a disaster zone at first to the naked eye is really controlled chaos in the mind of an architecture student.
Three things tend to be consistent with Thanksgiving: spending time with family, giving thanks and eating turkey.