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A classic "Pac-Mania" arcade game sits in Fud's Retro Arcade in Muncie. Chris Wallace added an arcade to his business Fud's Video Games in November 2019. Garrett Chorpenning, DN
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Fud's Retro Arcade operates classic games with a modern twist

Traditional arcades have all but disappeared. Gone are the days of breaking open the piggy bank and lugging a pocketful of quarters to the shopping mall for a shot at the high score on Space Invaders. Just about everything has gone fully digital and portable, but a few people still crave coin-operated machines, and one local business owner hopes to appeal to that demographic.


The Whitinger Business Building houses the Miller College of Business. The College of Business hosts Dialogue Days with alumni to discuss how they received jobs and to offer networking opportunities. Jenna Gorsage, DN File
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Ball State faculty, national statistics predict job market growth in COVID-19 recovery

More than 3 million students are expected to earn degrees from colleges and universities this spring, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Those students will enter the job market as the nation continues to recover from the COVID-induced recession, which the National Bureau of Economic Research states began in February 2020. However, new and recent college graduates may be in a better position than other candidates seeking new careers.

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