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news 6/9/2017, 6:00am

Week in review: June 5

From the Indy 500, to the first installment of President Mearns quarterly email and road closures around Muncie, a lot has happened this week.  Take a look at some of the biggest stories with the Daily News' recap of the week of May 29. Escaping Islamic State group: Ball State professor hears from relatives back home - May 26, 2017 Depictions of terror attacks, military operations and humanitarian crises in relation to the Islamic State (IS) continue to be on the forefront on many people's minds, but the impact the group has had on people who have lived under the terror group’s rule isn’t always apparent. Abdul, a Ball State professor from Iraq, came face to face with ISIS after the terror group took control of his hometown of Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, in 2014.


campus 6/7/2017, 2:09pm

GALLERY: LaFollette Complex demolition project

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.


news 6/2/2017, 12:00pm

Fidget Spinner craze overshadows actual uses

Every year there is some sort of fad pulling itself into the mainstream just to die out as fast as it became popular. In recent history planking and Pokémon Go come to mind with 2017 bringing us the fidget spinner craze.


news 6/2/2017, 6:00am

Week in review: May 29

From the Indy 500, to the first installment of President Mearns quarterly email and road closures around Muncie, a lot has happened this week.