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BORN IN A BALL JAR: DIY lights

No matter what holiday you celebrate, there is a certain charm and joy in strand lights. However they can be a little simple and while adding light, usually look raw and unfinished.


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BORN IN A BALL JAR: DIY Advent Calendar

Growing up, one of the tried and true traditions in my family was the advent calendar. Both my sister and I would be presented with one by our mother at the first of December, and always looked forward to the next day and what treat would come.


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BORN IN A BALL JAR: DIY string art

Jordan Huffer is a junior photojournalism major and writes ‘Born in a Ball Jar’ for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper or The Daily. Write to Jordan at jahuffer@bsu.edu.


Learn how to make inexpensive, custom jewelry.
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BORN IN A BALL JAR: DIY Mini Ball Jar

Shrinky Dinks are a children’s craft that have been around since the 1970s. While they are usually reserved for moms giving their kids something to do on a rainy day, with some creativity you can make custom pieces.


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Interim Dean Roy Weaver recently appointed Sheryl Stump to serve as interim associate dean of Teachers College. Jordan Huffer // DN File
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Interim Dean Roy Weaver recently appointed Sheryl Stump to serve as interim associate dean of Teachers College. Jordan Huffer // DN File


IVY Tech Student Alisha Mosier serves a dish made by students during the annual Taste of Muncie on Sunday the 21st.  Twenty two organizations that had booths with food for tasting at the Cornerstone Center of the Arts building downtown.  DN PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER
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IVY Tech Student Alisha Mosier serves a dish made by students during the annual Taste of Muncie on Sunday the 21st. Twenty two organizations that had booths with food for tasting at the Cornerstone Center of the Arts building downtown. DN PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER


The United State Department of Education has reported a shortage of qualified special education teachers this academic year. However, there has always been a need for special education teachers. DN FILE PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER
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The United State Department of Education has reported a shortage of qualified special education teachers this academic year. However, there has always been a need for special education teachers. DN FILE PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER


The Amazing Taste will return to Ball State for its fifth year on Thursday, Nov. 5 from 5-8 p.m. in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center and the event will feature several new countries and activities. DN FILE PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER
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The Amazing Taste will return to Ball State for its fifth year on Thursday, Nov. 5 from 5-8 p.m. in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center and the event will feature several new countries and activities. DN FILE PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER


The number of teaching licenses issued in Indiana has decreased since last year. There has been a 21 percent decrease from the previous year. DN PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER
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The number of teaching licenses issued in Indiana has decreased since last year. There has been a 21 percent decrease from the previous year. DN PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER


Associate Dean James Stroud of the Teachers College said technology education is becoming more important for future teachers. The college provides training for one-to-one classroom settings, where students have their own digital device to work on. DN PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER
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Associate Dean James Stroud of the Teachers College said technology education is becoming more important for future teachers. The college provides training for one-to-one classroom settings, where students have their own digital device to work on. DN PHOTO JORDAN HUFFER


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