Summer is meant for days on the lake, roasting marshmallows over bonfires for s’mores and hiking through the woods trying to avoid poison ivy.
As an a cappella group, Straight No Chaser brings their shows to life with vocal harmonies, “goofy” choreography and twists on fan-favorite song covers.
In a steady stream of sleepy smiles and slow shuffles, Muncie Central High School students began filing through the main entrance doors held open by Supporting Our Students (SOS) members.
Jennifer Eber, one of eight nominees, recently won the A. Jane Morton Award for her 12 years of service at Ball State.
Starting at a young age, Paul Luft, whose stage name is Paul Rosewood, was no stranger to putting on performances with his siblings.
It was a Sunday. Ten days after Sarah Black’s sister started her newest internship at the Conservator Center in North Carolina to pursue her dreams.
For 10 minutes, members of the Ball State Speech Team had everyone’s attention and the stage to themselves as they performed their speeches.
For Burris Laboratory School senior MyKel Ivy, creating art makes her feel amazing.
With images of downtown Muncie in 1915 hanging on the walls, customers have the opportunity to step into a miniature Muncie museum at The Barking Cow of Muncie.
As a Jewish woman, Cricket Kowal grew up interested in finding and reading plays about others like her, but whenever she encountered Jewish characters, she said the plots of these stories seemed to only focus on “Jewish issues.”
When astronauts are in space, they are given the unique opportunity to see the earth from a different perspective than most people on earth.
Amidst printing presses, racks of type and dogs who roam the open space, students work to sew the binding of 65 copies of this year’s Book Arts Collaborative artist’s book.
At 5:30 every morning, two hours and 40 minutes before the tardy bell rings, Mike Lewis gets to North View Elementary. He goes into the library of the 330-student elementary school, to laminate or cut papers for various teachers.
For a year and a half, senior playwright Emma Rund has been writing and rewriting what she called her masterpiece, “Rosemary and Time.”
The concept of saving energy and using more eco-friendly resources has been around for years — businesses like the Indianapolis International airport have even made the switch entirely to solar panels.
Featuring 20-foot screens, lights that can be seen almost a mile away and lasers that require federal waivers, Muncie has never witnessed a concert scene like this before.
After fighting severe cases of kennel cough, chicken pox and pneumonia for years as a child, McKenna Crews and her family suspected something was wrong.
During the Indian holiday Holi, students have a chance to introduce their friends to Indian cultures and expose them to new ideas.
As a kindergartner, Jennifer McCormick said she was convinced she was going to be a race car driver.