While cloudy skies covered the field, no athletes seemed phased.
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This week on Pop Tabs Matthew, Garrett, and Michael discuss Elon Musk's wacky antics, Lightsaber dueling as an official sport, and controversy surrounding the Epic Games store.
In a steady stream of sleepy smiles and slow shuffles, Muncie Central High School students began filing through the main entrance doors held open by Supporting Our Students (SOS) members.
Boston University took control of its area's school in a way that gave precedence to the Ball State and Muncie Community.
Tt and Jeremy break down Lil Nas X's controversial billboard topper, Old Town Road.
Tt and Jeremy break down the newest trailer for the upcoming Lion King Remake
This week on Pop Tabs Matthew, Sam, and Eben discuss Jordan Peele's controversial statement, Five Nights at Freddy's fan art ethics, and Cardi B's past.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article misspelled the name of drag queen and senior fashion merchandising major Ryne Bulington. The story has been changed to reflect that correction.
Matthew and Jeremy break down Jeffree Star’s recent loss of over $2.5 million worth of makeup.
Shannon and Tt break down the trailer for Dora’s new live-action adventure “Dora and the Lost City of Gold”.
Shannon and Tt break down Cardi B’s recent posts regarding her past.
During the Indian holiday Holi, students had a chance to introduce their friends to Indian cultures and expose them to new ideas.
Letterman Lecture Series speaker Kathleen Hall Jamieson spoke to The Daily News and Byte about how Russian hackers were able to impact the 2016 Presidential Election, and how precautions are being taken for the upcoming election.
CCIM's Service Day gives students, faculty and staff the opportunity to volunteer in the Muncie community.