It's that time of year again where students are on a time-crunch looking for others to sublease their apartments, and apartment complexes are looking for students to fill the vacancies. But… where do you start? What apartment complex should you check out first? That’s an easy answer— start (and end) your search with The Haven!
Learning where to get your books from can be a frustrating experience. Many students end up spending a lot more money than they have to by shopping at overpriced bookstores. The Ball State Bookstore wants to help you and your family out – whether that is through saving money or providing support in any capacity you need.
Every Ball State student knows that late nights in the village are a frequent occurrence. After a long day spent being productive, dancing and socializing can take a toll on anybody, and it’s easy to become really hungry. But, getting hungry can quickly ruin your night- especially when you’re struggling to find a quick and close food option. Having to call an Uber to take you McDonald’s can be a hassle, especially if you’re not ready for the night to end.
Ball State Daily not allow offers The Roost Online Housing Guide all year-long for you to get all the details of available housing options around the Ball State campus, we also put on the Roost Housing Fair each fall and spring to allow you to interact directly with property managers. In addition, we publish a spring and fall edition of The Roost Housing Guide that not only contains information about available properties, but has stories with advice and tips on living on your own. Check out the Spring 2019 edition!
Central Indiana is one of the least expensive rental markets in the nation. However, Ball State students end up with high student debt, pay too much for rent, and waste money. Intelligent students, graduate students, teachers and Ball State staff have found a better alternative than rent by the bedroom.
With Earth Day coming up on April 22, more and more people are turning their attention to environmental causes and conservation efforts. One local organization that keeps these ideas in mind year-round is Minnetrista. The non-profit has 40 acres of gardens along with a number of resource management strategies to keep Minnetrista and Muncie thriving.
Craving pancakes at 3 AM? Just got done with a late night with your friends and want to sit down and eat? Craving breakfast but your friend only wants lunch? Sunshine Cafe is the place for you and is able to accommodate all of your needs!
Something as simple as a cup of coffee and a conversation can go a long way to grow a community and create new connections. We feel that no one should have to walk into an establishment and feel that they do not belong. Going into the seventh year of business, The Cup keeps that idea in mind as an ever-changing customer base discovers what the village has to offer Muncie residents and Ball State students alike.
As a young art student at Ball State, the only source for art supplies was the Ball State Book Store. Back in the 1970's when I was purchasing, I remember having to ask at a window for a special paper, tube of paint or paint brush, then waiting while the person I had asked went to retrieve the products. It was kind of like shopping on the Internet for art supplies: as a customer I didn't get to handle the products or see the color before purchasing, only after. At some point during my college career, Dave's Art Supply opened in the village. It was a great place with a great atmosphere and all the cool kids hung out there! I never wanted to leave.
Beacon Hill and Kensington Chesterfield are prime rental communities with a convenient location within walking distance to Ball State University. An assortment of shops, eateries, gyms, and local hot spots are all at your fingertips. One to Four bedroom apartment homes are up for selection and offer spacious open concept floor plans to meet all of your needs. These apartment homes showcase newly upgraded flooring, paint, fixtures, and appliances. Come see why Beacon Hill and Kensington Chesterfield are the best Muncie has to offer.
My name is Joe Smelser and I am a landlord in Muncie. I have been in the rental business for over 29 years. I bought my first property with my mom in 1988. She and I spent countless hours cleaning, painting and repairing my first house. I have always been good with my hands and was able to do a lot of the work myself. I started to consider the possibility of becoming a landlord. The prospect of becoming a landlord was somewhat scary. Who would I rent to? Could I make a living doing this?
1968: Athanasios Chris Karamesines set out to fulfill his dream of becoming a pizza restaurateur. Chris, the Greek part of Greek's® Pizzeria, was born in Chicago and developed a taste for good food at a young age. His father, who traveled to the United States of America in 1919 from a small village in Greece, foresaw the endless opportunities America had to offer.
NewsLink Indiana is Ball State’s award-winning newscast. Students perform every role both on-camera and behind the scenes for a live newscast that reaches all of Delaware County via cable and online at BallStateDaily.com
Byte is a student-run, multimedia coalition operating out of Ball State’s Unified Media. As an online multimedia publication, Byte covers entertainment, tech, and popular culture. Byte produces Checkpoint, a weekly news series and various podcasts. Students also have the opportunity to write reviews, news, and features that are published on Byte’s website.
Frederick Family Chiropractic is a chiropractic office in Muncie that caters to all members of the community for any number of ailments.
Grab a girlfriend and head to Fort Wayne, Indiana this April 19-23 for the Vera Bradley Annual Sale. The Vera Bradley Annual Sale is your opportunity to take advantage of 40-60% off many of the favorite styles and prints of Vera Bradley handbags, luggage, stationary and accessories!