The history of the luxury RV

RVs have long been a staple in American adventure. They represent a symbol of freedom and a desire to connect with nature and, through that, connect deeper with ourselves. The recreational vehicle conjures images of open highways and vast landscapes of mountains, plains, and forests as it barrels down the open road. The luxury RV has a rich history in American tourism and has become a staple in camping culture throughout the country and the world. For future generations, these vehicles will be spruced up with modern technology, design, and innovations to create an even better experience for passionate travelers. 




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OPINION

Finding the balance

While Simone Biles and I are nowhere near the same level of eminence, I know how it feels to carry the weight of the world’s expectations on your shoulders, trying to prove yourself worthy of others.




A visitor fills a cup with coffee at Bracken Library's newly-opened contemplation space Sept. 29, 2021. The opening of the area was celebrated with snacks and speeches from university faculty. Hannah Amos, DN
NEWS

Bracken Library hosts opening of new contemplation space

The contemplation space had its formal opening on the second floor of Bracken Library Sept. 29. The opening drew a small group of people in the northeast alcove on the second floor. Faculty, including Matthew Shaw, dean of University Libraries, and Marsha McGriff, associate vice president for inclusive excellence, attended the event.


BYTE

‘Donda’ vs. ‘Certified Lover Boy’

Donda and Certified Lover Boy amassed a great deal of attention when they dropped—for these are two of the most prominent artists of our generation. Both albums came out within four days of each other, with Kanye West releasing Donda first. West and Drake have famously been in a feud for years, so it’s only fair to ask the question: Which album is better?


The Kentucky Headhunters and Flynnville Train Sept. 30 concert will kickoff Muncie's Ironman weekend. Other events include extended hours for local businesses, the Ball State vs. Army football game and a celebration the day after the race. Melissa Jones, Photo Provided
NEWS

Muncie’s attractions for the Ironman weekend

As approximately 3,500 athletes and their supporters migrate to Muncie Oct. 2 for the Ironman Triathlon, the city is planning a variety of related events to welcome business to the local area. Here’s a schedule of events leading up to the race.







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