The cast of Into the Woods perform in Into The Woods at University Theater, Nov. 3, Olivia Ground, DN
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Ball State School of Theatre and Dance show off creativity with their take on Into The Woods

“It’s all the stories that we know and love and the childhood fairy tales that we grew up with … and so, kind of seeing them in a new way is really exciting,” said Payten Romig, third-year student assistant director of "Into the Woods." The unique direction of BSU School of Theatre and Dance's latest production tells an old story to a new generation with renewed depth.



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Muncie's Spiritual Side

The spiritual arts are alive and well in Muncie, and three women share their experience, abilities, and their journeys to discover themselves and how to contribute to the world around them.


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Taking the Stage

John Marsh, a Ball State/Indiana Academy history professor and Jenni Marsh, president and CEO of Heart of Indiana United Way, moonlight as a dynamic playwright duo. Their newest work, "Cat's Pajamas," premiered as a staged reading on Oct. 20.


A guest pets Jason Michael's 3-year-old Cuban rock iguana on Sunday, Sept. 10. Alex Bracken, DN
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The World of Exotic Animals

Ron Billingsley hosted the Indiana Exotic Pet Expo on Sept. 25, and will host the next one on Nov. 27. Several members of the Muncie exotic pet community share their stories and what the community means to them.


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Day of a Thousand Bulbs

The East Central Neighborhood Association arranged for volunteers to plant flowers in a couple of spots downtown. Take a look at the members of the Muncie community during this beautification effort.


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Art and All Its Forms

Ball State students in the Ceramics Lab work with lots of different kinds of clay, and for lots of different reasons. Two art students and a ceramics professor share their stories with the Ball State Daily News and reveal what the medium means to them.


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Community Through Heritage

Dr. Chin-Sook Pak, associate lecturer of Spanish at Ball State University, coordinated a campus visit of 76 students from Warsaw Community High School in order to give her students an opportunity to share their experiences and successes with them.






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