Cardinal Esports is beginning to take advantage of advancements in cross- platform technology along with the creators behind some of the organization’s most popular PvP games.
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The homecoming season brings plenty of energetic events jam-packed with school spirit. Every year, Ball State hosts the annual Air Jam in Emens Auditorium.
Nick Molter, a 2014 Ball State graduate, has recently released an app called Dinggo.
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Matt and Kaleigh go behind the scenes at Indy Scream Park in this special event coverage from Byte BSU! Discover how Indy Scream Park stands out from other horror attractions not only in Indiana, but all around the country! https://www.indyscreampark.com/ A big thanks to Indy Scream Park for letting us come out and interview their staff members!
Who doesn’t love haunted houses? They’re an integral part of the American Halloween tradition. The actors, spooky sets, dull lighting and scary sounds hold a special place in the hearts of horror fans and for good reason. According to the Smithsonian, this tradition has brought joyful fright to the masses as early as the 19th century, though not exactly with the time commitment and polish of today’s haunted attractions. Interest in these types of attractions began to boom after Walt Disney opened Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion in 1969, making haunted attractions a staple of American Halloween tradition. After it became mainstream for patrons to pay to experience the frightful and spooky, Halloween horror attractions and haunted houses started popping up all over the country.
Burkie’s is Delaware County’s oldest operating restaurant, having been open every season since 1954. The new owner, Troy Stovall, and his business partner, Jonah Sizemore, did not want to end that streak.
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in the community and volunteer this semester. Here are six places around Muncie that are looking for help.
On campus with nothing to do? Here are seven events at Minnetrista from now to September.
An amended version of Senate Bill 567 has passed the Indiana Assembly. The version that passed does not necessarily guarantee a government takeover of Muncie Community Schools. Instead the bill gives MCS until January to make progress on their fiscal problems. NewsLink Indiana's Tony Sandleben worked to find out what "progress" actually means.
Tonight: We'll see one more possible line of showers pass through this evening. We've had several lines of showers pass through, bringing over 3/10th of an inch into the Muncie region. You can expect calm winds with an overnight low of 48 degrees.
Muncie Community Schools is not the only district struggling financially. In fact, the Indiana general assembly has its sights focused on another school district: Gary Community School Corporation.
Tonight: We'll see temperatures drop just below the 50 degree mark overnight, with a low of 49 degrees. Winds will be moderate, ranging between 15 to 20 miles per hour. Expect mostly cloudy to overcast conditions.
Muncie Community Schools have found themselves in an estimated $11.5 million deficit spending, according to The Star Press. While solutions have not yet been met to try and dig out of that hole, the district is looking at many areas to cut, including teacher salaries, an area shocking to parents.
MUNCIE, IN (Newslink Indiana) -- For what seems like the first time in this calendar year we actually saw some measurable snowfall throughout the day on Wednesday. Most places around the Muncie area saw anywhere from 1-3 inches of snowfall, which made the roads a bit slushy. This is going to be cause for concern during the overnight and morning hours as it will make commuting to work or school a bit tricky, so give yourself some extra time to get where you need to be. Friday we will see some sunshine return with temperatures beginning to work their way up in to the upper 40s. Weekend temperatures will hangout in the upper 50s, but there is a 70% chance of rain on Sunday. Monday we will see sunshine return to the forecast as temperatures begin to drop a bit. Tuesday will be a pleasant Valentine's day with the high temperature being in the upper 40s, light winds, and plenty of sunshine. Wednesday temperatures will drop to around 37 degrees with a bit more cloud cover working its way back in ahead of our next rain chance later into next week.
The historic Kitselman House won't be a normal home for much longer.