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The Village wasn’t always as lively as it is now. After the 2008 recession, many buildings sat vacant while landlords tried to find buyers. While some businesses, including Village Green Records and White Rabbit Used Books, survived 2008, the recession coinciding with the COVID-19 pandemic saw some businesses move out of the Village and others move in. Jack’s Donuts and Rustic Rebels Geode and Crystal Mine are two businesses that just opened last semester, with ScreenBroidery also moving its location.
Chicago-based actor E.M. Davis remembers entering their freshman year at Ball State as a “wannabe actor.” Davis wanted to major in acting in college, but they had some discouraging conversations about becoming an actor with previous high school teachers and family members.
MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink) - Open Door Health Services began providing pediatric Pfizer vaccines to children age 5 to 11 on November 8. Since then, they've seen an increase of young patients rolling up their sleeves.
MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink) -- Following former Mayor Dennis Tyler’s sentencing, the City of Muncie and its current mayoral administration wanted to remind citizens that transparency is a promise.
Amanda Hughes remembers strolling down the streets of downtown Muncie when she was little, peeking through cracked windows, counting boarded-up buildings and watching her hometown wear away.
Foister's Flowers And Gifts is growing good with their annual 'Petal It Forward' event.
Memories of the COVID-19 pandemic can be locked away through photos, videos or other forms of media, especially in today’s digital age. Ball State and other collections are using their own repositories as the key.
Interaction has become the focus of Ball State’s newest undergraduate minor: counseling.
Editor’s Note: Before the spring 2021 semester ended, The Daily News wanted to ask students and workers their perspective on dining during the pandemic. Some dining halls have closed for the summer since this article was written.
An annual Homecoming event at Ball State broke away from tradition Friday afternoon. The Bed Races, which have traditionally been held on Riverside Avenue, were instead held at the University Track at Briner Sports Complex to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
Ball State University’s Student Government Association (SGA) swore in the executive members of the Strive slate Wednesday in the Student Center.
“Definitely full of empowerment,” is how freshman social work major Gracie Seago describes Women’s History Month as a Ball State student. March is a month some students feel is made for recognition, reflection and appreciation of the contributions women have made to society.
The sizzle of burgers on the grill, the shake-shake of salt on fresh french fries and the gush of Coca-Cola from the drink fountain — these staples can all be found under an arch that has become a threshold of opportunity and an ode to the past.
MUNCIE, Ind.(NewsLink) -- A piece of Muncie history has gained attention on social media.
Anxiety, depression and relationship concerns are the most popular topics of discussion for college students at Ball State’s Counseling Center, said Timothy Hess, associate director for Clinical Services and Counseling Center psychologist.
A beginning is often thought of as something new, but the 2021 spring semester could be just the same as the previous two.
After visiting Cardinal Kitchen regularly during the 2019-20 school year, Purseh Gbadyu, Ball State junior exercise science major, was inspired to volunteer at the pantry to give back to the Muncie community.
MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink)- The City of Muncie is helping those financially affected by the pandemic. The city is working together with Bridges Community Services to provide rent and utility assistance programs for tenants.
MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink)-- Ball State students have still found ways to use their voice in Muncie amidst the pandemic and the modified school year. The Women’s March took place Saturday, Oct. 17 at the Delaware County building.
When Patricia Lang, Ball State chemistry professor and director of Ball State’s Indiana Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (IN-LSAMP) project, and her team found a new way to teach science, they took advantage of the opportunity to make something creative — in this case, a comic book.