Creating change from a dorm room

“Making the presentation was nice to do because I was learning with it as well. It was nice because it doesn’t have anything to do with my major and I'm learning from this just as much as other people” commented Bailey. 


Whitely Community Council hosts food pantry

“We have people that come here on bicycles, they walk, they push their little carts because in today’s economy, people need to eat - we need food - and it’s kind of hard out there right now,” Ana McCallum said.


Annual homecoming campus dinner

“I don’t really come out to the dorms to eat a lot just because I have my own house,” McCleskey said. “As a senior, this is my last homecoming and all the events this year have just been really awesome.”


Windy but warm homecoming

Weather Forecaster Jack VanMeter is tracking a warm up for homecoming weekend but with some windy conditions. 


Running on the road

“At first it was hard to hear that we didn’t have a home meet because it is always fun and I had a lot of people tell me they were going to come to the home meet,” Van Eck said. “You know you work with what you got and I’m going to take every race as an opportunity to do my best, work with the team and compete.”


Warm up on the way

Weather Forecaster Hunter Luzadder has the latest on above average temperatures and perfect homecoming weather.


Drainage construction underway in Muncie

While the detour markings are set to direct drivers towards the designated detour route, some drivers cut through the nearby neighborhood, which while shorter, created backups and upset neighbors. 


Yorktown football preparing for sectionals

“We all put in a lot of work to improve athletically,” Moulton said. “So, we felt really confident going into this year and then I felt like we did a great job translating that onto the football field.”


Non-profit helps feed the hungry

“By giving meat to these hunger relief agencies, we are also providing a nutritional option that can help not just feed people but also make sure they have proper nutrition so our children can have full bellies and focus better,” DeForest said. 

Photo Provided By The NewsLink Indiana Weather Team

Wild ride from wind and snow to groovy 70s

A couple more nights of unseasonable cold, but NewsLink Indiana Weather Forecaster Ryan Hill is tracking a substantial warm-up ahead, along with a breakdown of some precipitation chances along the way.


Food truck festival

“I'm looking forward, obviously, to eat good food. I haven't had anything yet but I've had Farm Stand over there before and it's really good and I think I'm gonna get their bacon grilled cheese,” Leffler said.


Dogs and Donuts

On Thursday, Oct. 13, on the back patio of Botsford-Swinford Hall, the Housing and Residence Life and the CCIM Living-Learning Community (LLC) worked together to put on an event called “Dogs and Donuts”. 

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