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John Quiñones speaks to a crowd of Ball State students and faculty April 11 at Pruis Hall. Quiñones took part in the David Letterman Distinguished Professional Lecture and Workshop Series by visiting Ball States campus along with local schools. Eli Houser, DN

John Quiñones visits Ball State

The David Letterman Professional Lecture Series welcomed John Quiñones April 11. Quiñones hosts the TV show “What Would You Do?”   Quiñones starts his lecture by talking about his show and asking his audience, “What would you do?” 


‘Comfort by Stitch’

Walk into Angela Decker’s classroom, and you’ll see students not sitting at desks listening to a lecture, but singing along to Taylor Swift and sewing washcloths with their hands. One student finishes their project at the start of the class, while another asks Decker for help on how to thread string. 

A visitor looks at an art piece during "The First Guide" art gallery Nov. 18 at PlySpace in downtown Muncie. The gallery was part of a one-night-only event. Eli Houser, DN

Ball State students help create a 'White River Guide'

Through the center of downtown Muncie runs the White River, a primary source for drinking water in the community that has both literally and figuratively had its highs and lows. It’s a 13-minute walk from the heart of downtown Muncie to the White River — accessible to everyone and an almost daily sight.

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