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The first Ikea in Indiana, and the closest Swedish superstore to campus, will open next week.
Cowboys and cowgirls showed off their riding, wrestling, and lassoing skills at the annual Delaware County Fair Rodeo on July 22.
The Delaware County Fair hosted the annual Demolition Derby on June 19.
Laughter Yoga focuses on breathing and childlike play motions to help lower stress and boost energy.
There was a line out the door at the Muncie Animal Shelter on June 23 as people waited to see dogs and cats up for adoption.
The Cadillac Barbie Parade was held on June 10 as part of the annual Circle City IN Pride Week.
The LaFollette Complex began coming down on June 7 with the demolition of the north section of the northeast tower. The $3.4 million demolition project started June 1 and will continue through August 10.
The 14th annual Indianapolis Colts Fan Fest came to Morrow's Meadow in Yorktown on June 6. Colts players Adam Vinatieri and Robert Turbin along with Colts cheerleaders came for signings. The event had free live music, Colts giveaways, Play 60 Zone with inflatable games, mobile Colts Pro Shop, and the Experience Colts In Motion travelling museum.
The first Foodie Friday was held at Canan Commons downtown on June 2.
Geoffrey S. Mearns began his first day as Ball State's 17th president with a tour through campus led by student tour guides, Diamonds Holsey and Jonathan Wallisch.
Students were given the opportunity to enjoy games, inflatables, free shirts, a showing of the Disney film, Moana, and more at the annual Ball State Bash on the DeHority Lawn on April 27.
Cirque Mechanics performed their new show Pedal Punk in John R. Emens Auditorium on Tuesday.
The carnival featured 18 thrill rides, free games and prizes, live music, refreshments and live entertainers, including a caricature artist, airbrush tattoos and circus performers.
Ball State's Jazz Ensembles performed their last concert of the year in Sursa Performance Hall on April 19.
Health Occupation Students of America’s Annual 5k Glow Run took place around Ball State’s campus on April 19.
Students from Miller College of Business hosted "Miller Day" on April 19 at the University Green.
American singer, songwriter and actor Jesse McCartney performed in John R. Emens Auditorium tonight.
Ball State's School of Music held its first Spring Shout Songwriting Competition at Be Here Now on April 14.
Six participants competed to win the grand prize of a trip to the Popakademie Baden-Württemberg, a public conservatory for popular music based in Mannheim, Germany.
University Singers 53rd Annual Spectacular took place in John R. Emens Auditorium on April 7.
University Singers is a live entertainment organization in the nature of a show choir.