Happy 2018 and welcome back! To ring in the new year, the Ball State Daily is welcoming you all back to campus with a Daily News contest starting on January 11th giving our readers and the Ball State Daily followers a chance to win by filling out the contest entry form from the ad on the back of the Daily News and bringing the entry form to the varying locations on campus where the Ball State Daily table will be hiding. Hints as to where the tables are located each day will be given through the Ball State Daily social media channels including Twitter and Facebook.
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.
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.