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A Thank You from Lowery’s, Your Favorite Local Candy Shop

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.



Rhonda Ward, MCS director of diversity and assistant principal at Muncie Central High School takes a phone call in her office April 14, 2021, at Muncie Central High School. Ward was born and raised in Muncie and found herself moving back after graduating from Tennessee State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Jacob Musselman, DN
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Rhonda Ward makes strides in promoting diversity in Muncie Community Schools

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. 

















BYTE

Wrapped Up S1E10: An electronic panic reaches the White House

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


BYTE

‘My Hero Academia’ Season 5, Episode 4: “Make It Happen, Shinso!”

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. 





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