For some, giving and gathering isn’t always an option during the holidays, but with the help of organizations like the Soup Kitchen of Muncie and Second Harvest Food Bank, families can participate in festivities with peace of mind.
For many Ball State alumni, losing touch with classmates after college isn’t unusual. But for Mark Allen Michaels, this wasn’t the case.
As a college student, “free” is one of the best words in the dictionary right next to “food.”
If you’ve lived on campus, there’s a good chance you’ve heard a large group chanting as they go for a run early in the morning. That group is the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC).
At 3:48 p.m. the parking lot of White River Plaza was fairly empty except for a few pop-up tents. Venders bustled about, working to set up their stands in time for the evening festivities at the Muncie Makers Market to begin on Saturday, Sept. 1.