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MUNCIE, IN(NewsLink) - You can’t by a lot for $2, but over the weekend, in order to draw interest from Ball State’s new freshman class, businesses, old and new, set up shop outside their stores in the Village selling at least one product for only $2!
Ball State’s mixed singing a cappella group Sedoctave is making their debut in the Big Apple. The singing group has competed in two competitions placing first in both, in order to move on to the finals of the International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella in New York City.
A new business in Muncie is bringing positivity to the community.
This past Semester Ball State has switched from traditional parking meters to new digital pay stations. The decision to upgrade the parking meters is to allow customers to have the opportunity to use credit cards along with cash or coin.
A kitchen item might be the last thing you’d expect to see in a store that sells drug paraphernalia, but that’s exactly what can be found on shelves at Wild Side Smoke Shop.
To most, the American dream means the opportunity for prosperity and success. But to one Ball State professor, the American dream means life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.