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Fourteen Ball State students are taking an immersive learning class called Representing Religion in Comics. The class, taught by Associate Professor of Religious Studies Jeffrey Brackett, attended the Indianapolis Comic Con on March 15 as a panel speakers. PHOTO PROVIDED BY VAJAUN GREENE 
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Students explore intersection of comics, religion in immersive learning class

In comics, heroes triumph over villains or they fall victim to defeat. A superhero’s identity could be known, but not what lies underneath. Fourteen Ball State students tore off the real mask and joined Representing Religion in Comics, a special immersion class taught by Associate Professor of religious studies Jeffrey Bracket. The class also attended Indianapolis Comic Con on Sunday, March 15 as panel speakers for the class.



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Jillian Hooper and Emily Wade, members of Ball State's Fashion Merchandising Association, browse through dresses donated for FMA's Cinderella's Closet event. The annual event provides discounted prom dresses to high school students. DN PHOTO TRISTAN BENNINGTON
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Jillian Hooper and Emily Wade, members of Ball State's Fashion Merchandising Association, browse through dresses donated for FMA's Cinderella's Closet event. The annual event provides discounted prom dresses to high school students. DN PHOTO TRISTAN BENNINGTON


Donated prom dresses hang next to each other at Ball State's Fashion Merchandising Association's annual event, Cinderella's Closet. High schools students can purchase donated dresses for affordable prices. DN PHOTO TRISTAN BENNINGTON
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Donated prom dresses hang next to each other at Ball State's Fashion Merchandising Association's annual event, Cinderella's Closet. High schools students can purchase donated dresses for affordable prices. DN PHOTO TRISTAN BENNINGTON

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