Here at Lowery’s we could not be more thankful to be in a place as supportive as the Muncie Community. You have been with us from the beginning and stuck by us through this challenging pandemic. As a family-owned business open since 1941, the support from our community is vital. We want to take a moment to express our appreciation and gratitude for each and every individual that makes up a part of our community.
At the bottom of every email she sends, Rhonda Ward closes with a quote from Vice President Kamala Harris: “Our unity is our strength, and diversity is our power.” As assistant principal of Muncie Central High School and Muncie Community Schools’ (MCS) newest director of diversity, Ward starts every day with the power of diversity pushing her forward and the goal to ensure equality and equity for all MCS community members.
Rewind to when Fields was 6 years old. One decision he made as a child influenced much of who he is today — giving him the opportunity to share his thoughts as a father and be there for his wife and kids.
Tuesday, at around 5 p.m. EST, jurors for the Derek Chauvin trial reconvened and released their verdict, ruling Chauvin as guilty on all three counts.
Ball State (22-11, 16-1 MAC) split its road doubleheader against Miami (Ohio) (27-7. 17-1 MAC) Tuesday evening. Each team entered the matchup undefeated in Mid-American Conference play and atop the conference standings.
Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Maddi Johnson is tracking accumulating snow and a hard freeze overnight, as well as tricky travel conditions for Wednesday morning.
Crime scene examination usually isn’t part of eighth-grade curricula, but Muncie Community Schools (MCS) students have the opportunity to explore it and other topics as the district expands Project Lead The Way (PLTW) into all grades one through eight.
To unwind for the evening, Hannah Moody, circulation department manager at Kennedy Library, opens her copy of “The Ballad of Black Tom” to her favorite bookmark with blood-red lettering, which reads “Papercuts: an Adult Horror Book Club.”
When Cindy Miller’s son, David Miller, was in kindergarten, she took him to the Levi Coffin House in Fountain City, Indiana, to learn more about the Underground Railroad and its history in Indiana. In school activities, David Miller, now 10 years old, participates in math bowls and writing camps as a student in Muncie Community Schools’ (MCS) High Ability Program.
It’s springtime and the Instagram page @ball_state_honkers has been documenting the goslings appearing all over Ball State’s campus.
Welcome back to another episode of Byte's news podcast, "Wrapped Up"! In this episode, Blake Chapman reports on President Biden's meeting on semiconductor shortages, the new live-action Gundam, and Sony's new investment in mobile gaming. Tune in for all this and more on this week's episode of Wrapped Up! Host: Blake Chapman Edited by: Blake Chapman Graphic by: Emily Hanes
Despite the slow-developing story arc, this episode held many attributes contributing to the character growth of less developed characters in the My Hero Academia universe. However, it only added to the growing anticipation for when Deku will finally square off against Shinso again. Minor characters receive more depth to their personality, and we start to see a growing relationship between the distant Shinso and Class 1-A. All of which establish a starting point for more teamwork and well-developed interpersonal relationships in the future, impacting their journey as heroes and overall character growth.
Brandon Smith, 21, stood just below the steps at Monument Circle in Indianapolis on April 18, with a megaphone in his hand, his voice shaking and his eyes filled with tears. Surrounded by his family, friends and strangers, Smith told the story of his younger sister Karli.
The strongest start to Mid-American Conference play in program history. That statement holds true for Ball State (21-10, 15-0 MAC) after its fourth consecutive conference series sweep versus Akron (3-27, 2-14 MAC) over the weekend.