For the past five Monday evenings students, faculty, and members of the Ball State and Muncie communities gathered together to practice for two and a half hours each day, finally culminating in a performance for the community.
Students from China and South Korea arriving this fall in Muncie to study at the Indiana Academy will be residing with host families in Muncie.
An interactive game might soon be one solution to answer issues related to student retention and dropout rates in colleges and universities.
Muncie City Council passed a resolution 8-0 Monday “encouraging passage of legislation to keep guns out of the hands of violent criminals, domestic abusers and severely mentally ill persons by closing the loopholes in the federal background check system.”
After his 10 month stay, one soon-to-graduate Ball State student intends to learn and teach about the culture of a region once marked by conflict and war.