Jacob Musselman, DN

Ball State’s Christy Woods

John Taylor says, “the property and greenhouses are used for students and education, but what’s also exciting is that Christy Woods is open to the public as well.”


Ball State’s Cardinal Kitchen

“I love getting to talk to our clients and see what they want and need and then shape our pantry over that,” Malchow explains. “It’s been fun to expand and make sure everyone gets what they need.”


Roller coaster week

Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Oliver Moster is expecting above average temperatures, but another storm system on the way. 


Men's Golf kicks off season

“It doesn’t matter if they’re the best team in the country, or the worst team in the country, we’re gonna put up the best that we can put up,” Smith said. 


New art exhibition

“These are real treasures that were hidden away right here in Muncie for decades,” La France said. “We’re excited to bring those out of the closet and put them on display for everyone to see.”


Warmer days and rain

Weather Forecaster Ian Kowalski discusses our warm start to March, and the multiple chances of rain throughout the week. 


The 88th Annual Student Art Show opens

The School of Art’s annual art exhibit displays the artwork created by students during the past year. Different forms of art are featured like photography, ceramics, painting and drawing. 

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