Take a look into how apple cider is made at The Orchard Shop at Minnetrista right here in Muncie.
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Citizens at the candlelight vigil came to demonstrate their love and support for the Pittsburgh shooting victims, and show that "the actions of one individual who acted on hatred and terrorism doesn't represent the rest of us."
Editor's note: A previous version of this story stated Molly Harty makes the cider, when in fact Harty only oversees the sales. It also stated the cider is only sold from September to November, when in fact it is sold from September to December.
From civic duty to wanting a change, these students shared why it is important to vote this midterm election.
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The Rocky Horror Show is unlike any other event on campus. The cast preforms the show live while the film plays behind them. The cast has been practicing for months to perform their show on Halloween night and we talked to them about what that experience was like.
Watch the community celebrate homecoming with a week full of traditions and events.
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