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Caroline Hand, associate director of bands, looks on as Ball State football played Indiana University in Lucas Oil Stadium, Aug. 31, 2019. The band practices three times a week. Eric Pritchett, DN
CAMPUS

Charting her own course

Three days a week, the sound of trumpets honking, drums clashing and color flags whipping through the air echoes through campus from the lawn outside Worthen Arena as Ball State’s Pride of Mid-America Marching Band practices. 


Paws Inc. will no longer be housed in a building, instead the company will operate under a work-from-home model. The company will be out of their current building by June 2019. Ball State University, Photo Courtesy
NEWS

Garfield’s Moving; but Muncie Remains Home

Employees at Paws, Inc., home to Garfield, one of the world's most-recognized cats, soon won’t be calling an Albany, Indiana, studio home. After nearly 30 years in its current location, employees are transitioning into a work-from-home model, said Kim Campbell Beasley, Paws, Inc. director of public relations.



Media

The Ball State Cheerleaders push their bed across the finish during the annual Ball State Bed Race in 2019
NEWS

Cheerleader Bed Race

The Ball State Cheerleaders push their bed across the finish during the annual Ball State Bed Race in 2019


 Burkie’s is Delaware County’s oldest operating restaurant, having been open for every season since 1954.
NEWS

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 Burkie’s is Delaware County’s oldest operating restaurant, having been open for every season since 1954.

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