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‘It Starts With Us’ never should have started

After riding the way of the very successful It Ends With Us, Colleen Hoover's follow-up novel It Starts With Us never should have started at all. Poorly written characters, unlikeable motivations, and awkward stylistic choices make this would-be romance into a true train wreck. 

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A “Scream” of a horror movie

Coming from a self-aware legacy of classics, Scream VI slashes its way to theaters with gripping horror and traditional Scream meta-ness. With new and returning cast members, the film serves as a slasher standard.

Sam McCollum holds a sign while he listens to speakers at Muncie OUTreach's "We Are In This Together. A gathering of support" event March 31 at the Muncie Courthouse.  Hannah Amos, DN

Vocal members of Muncie community gather at city courthouse for International Transgender Day of Visibility rally

Nearly 100 people, such as those in the trans community, as well as allies and supporters including political figures such as State Representative Sue Errington, gathered at the courthouse in downtown Muncie at 5 p.m. March 31 for a rally to bring attention to International Transgender Day of Visibility. 

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Cardinals drop close contest to Toledo on the road

Friday was the second time in three weeks that Ball State (10-8, 2-4 MAC) and the Toledo Rockets (11-5, 3-2 MAC) matched up. The Rockets took the first match on March 11 by a score of 4-3. The Cardinals were looking to make some adjustments and pick up a quality road win. After losing once again by the same score to the same team, it’s another close match that the team let slip away. 

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Ball State get bounce-back win over Northern Illinois

Ball State (14-3, 3-1 MAC) is in a different position than in previous years. After losing last Sunday against conference-rival Toledo, the Cardinals no longer own the top spot in the conference standings. This week was all about how the team would respond to adversity. After a sweep of the Northern Illinois Huskies (11-11, 1-3 MAC) Friday, the Cardinals’ focus is reset as the conference season heads towards the home stretch. 

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