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. 

Graduate student safety Jaquan Amos poses on the field at Scheumann Stadium Nov. 9. Jacy Bradley, DN

The third destination: Jaquan Amos' journey to Ball State football

For the average person, five years may seem like the blink of an eye. To graduate student safety Jaquan Amos, it has molded him into the man he is today. Ball State is Amos’ third destination in the last five years for his college career. Before making his way to Muncie, he spent a year in Ames, Iowa, with the Iowa State Cyclones, shortly after playing three years in his hometown of Philadelphia with the Villanova Wildcats.

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