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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.
Since 1995, University Dermatology Center has been providing medical and spa-based dermatology practices and services, assisting thousands of patients in the ability to feel comfortable in their skin. Find out more about how we do that though our services, commitment to patients, and our fantastic specials.
Calling all Cardinals; get ready to show your Ball State pride! Join us in celebrating the first-ever Spring Homecoming from April 26 - May 1, 2021. There is something for everyone this year, from virtual engagement celebrations to scholarships and spirit contents!
The Greg Hubler Automotive Group has completed its latest facility upgrade, Greg Hubler Hyundai, which completes the campus in Muncie. The Automotive Complex also includes Ford, ROUSCH, Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center and Quick Wash.
It can be hard to find a tattoo shop you trust for your next piece. There’s a lot to consider, including price point, sterilization, and ability of the tattoo artist. Since 2002 our shop, Lucky Rabbit, has been providing quality tattoos and piercings to the Delaware County community. There are no shortcuts when it comes to customer service; we aim to create an experience that is enjoyable for the client and their families. If you’re looking for the best place for your next tattoo or piercing, look no further- we’ve got you covered!
Are you looking for a place to live next year? Look no further, we have the place for you! There are plenty of reasons to love the Village Promenade, including the beautiful amenities, the great price point and the luxurious living at one of the best locations in Muncie. There’s no wonder why we’re a fan favorite in the Best of Reader’s Choice Contest!
Moving off campus and looking to live in a high-quality apartment? Come check 17 Hundred Apartments and see what it’s like to live lavish.
Going above and beyond for our customers is the Greek’s way. Here at our establishment, we are committed to providing an authentic, enjoyable experience while also creating a sense of distinction. With The Daily’s Best of 2021 Reader’s Choice Awards right around the corner, here are the top three reasons for you to choose Greek’s for your dining experience, as well as the choice for Best Pizza, Best Late Night Eats, Best Take Out, and Best Delivery.
If you’re looking for a way to avoid getting sunburnt this summer, Ball State Online may have a solution for you — actually, more like 350-plus. Consider these five reasons to continue learning this summer.
Lowery’s has been creating the best handcrafted candies to the people of the Muncie community since 1941. Because of our dedication to the originality and fresh ingredients, we are the go-to sweet shop for the Muncie community. Best of 2021 is just around the corner, be sure to keep these reasons in mind when voting for the number one sweet Shop/Candy choice.
They’ve been there for you through it all; the long nights spent doing homework in Bracken to the tailgate parties at the stadium. Now is your chance to make your bestie(s) feel special by celebrating them with a personalized Grad Wish to mark their big accomplishment. Order soon, the deadline to purchase is April 20!
Chances are, you know a graduating senior who impacted you in some way. Maybe they are your best friend or roommate. Maybe they were a leader in your classroom. Maybe they were a great role model in a club, or in Greek Life. Maybe they worked for your department or company all throughout college, or just brought a smile and a laugh whenever you ran into them.
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17 Hundred Apartments are the perfect choice when looking for upscale apartment living in Muncie. Located right next to the Ball State campus, the 17 Hundred apartments offer six different floor plans across three different floors, and each one is better than the next. Floor plans range from 782 square feet to 855 square feet, ensuring that you have plenty of space to host friends, store your belongings and feel right at home. Each floor plan also offers open areas and easy access to the essentials. Check out our detailed floorplans here.
Voted Muncie’s ‘Best Hidden Gem,’ ‘Best Local Attraction,’ ‘Best Event Center/Venue,’ and ‘Best Museum/Gallery’ in the Reader’s Choice Best of 2020 survey - Minnetrista offers so much more than meets the eye. It was built on the legacy of a four-year study of the cultural needs of East Central Indiana by the Ball Family. In 1988, the Minnetrista Cultural Center opened its doors as a state-of-the-art facility to preserve East Central Indiana’s cultural heritage.
Welcome back, Cardinals! It's time to (safely) reconnect with friends on campus, and what better way than going to get a bite to eat. Don't worry about breaking the bank, because the Cardinal Coupon Book has your back! That's right, the Cardinal Coupon Book is back with savings from local Muncie businesses.
Hey Cardinals: The Daily News has a special, digital edition for you!
You know the quality of a Ball State education and we invite you to discover all the benefits of what a Ball State graduate education can mean for you at our upcoming virtual information sessions. Meet with faculty and students from various programs to see why a graduate degree from Ball State is the right choice for you!
With a history of spectacular customer service and authentic management, Greek’s Pizzeria strives to provide the best quality pizza to customers, while emphasizing the importance of good taste and individuality!
As an art student in the mid 70’s, buying art supplies for classes was a bit different than it is today. Yes, the prices were lower, but the overall experience was much different. If staying on campus was necessary, the students walked to the Student Center where the BSU Bookstore was located. Once in the Book Store, there was a window that the students went to and there would ask the person in the window for the items required or needed.