New program at Ivy Tech helps convicted criminals

“They are literally reintegrating into society, and they don't feel good about who they are, what they have done, and most importantly who they have hurt. So, this does mean alot to them,” said Stacy Bell, Work Matters liaison at Ivy Tech. 


Free cancer screening

“Early diagnosis of cancer is critical to treatment, cure and survival. Screening for cancer is a way to find cancer early. Offering a free breast and cervical cancer screening will hopefully allow women to be screened by eliminating barriers,” said Becky Butts, Coordinator of Community Education. 


A new gameplan

"I believe all the good teams that I’ve been a part of as an assistant coach we were defensive minded. You’re gonna win on the defensive end, you can control that,” Lewis said.  


Harvest Fest returns to Muncie

 “Our goal is to not merely just make our modern languages be recognized throughout the Muncie community, but also to celebrate their traditions and ritual aspects of how they became about a culture, and what is their history,” said Desmond Alston, Alpha Mu Gamma Vice President. 


Locked Groove Records hosts live performance

 “There’s a lot going on in the Muncie music scene right now. There’s a lot of bands popping up, and I would love to be another venue for them to perform, and for students and Muncie locals to come see what kind of talent we have here,” Outen said. 


A young alumni career panel

 “I am studying journalism and graphic web design, but it is hard to sort of figure out and decide what field I want to break into. This event and talking to the alumni gave me more insight on that,” Bracken said. 

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