Muncie’s Martin Luther King Jr. Dream Team focuses on spreading the message of Rev. King and Founder Beatrice Moten-Foster.
In 1965, thousands of people participated in a march from Selma, Alabama, to Montgomery. Among those who took on the 54-mile protest was Beatrice “Bea” Moten-Foster.
The wide spectrum of bright colors and patterns found behind Kat Hawthorne’s closet doors match their friends' sentiments about their personality: playful, cute and fun. The occasional pop of color outlining their eyes embodies Hawthorne’s artistic traits and positivity.
There are many ways the general public can review the overall reaction of a movie: Rotten Tomatoes, IMBd, news publications, etc. People have also developed tests that can be applied to movies to measure the level of inclusivity. One example of these tests is the Bechdel Test.
With Fall Commencement comes a great deal of ceremony: cap and gown, “Pomp and Circumstance” and the speeches of proud faculty and peers. It’s a thoroughly fancy affair – a dignified send-off to four long years of hard work and memories. While it marks the end of the class of 2023’s college years, it’s only the beginning of a life of formalities.
On competition days, Indiana college equestrian teams arrive with a handful of horses in tow. Prior to each class, riders draw from a small collection of available horses. If they’re lucky, the horseshoe, popsicle stick or any other object on hand will partner them with a steed their team supplied; a horse they’re more familiar with.
It’s common that college students aim to be cautious with money. Finding ways to save while maintaining your social life can be hard, but when you are conscious of your spending, you can save a lot of money in the end.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), there were 49,449 deaths by suicide in 2022. In 2021, there were 1.7 million suicide attempts reported by the CDC. The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention (NAASP) and the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline suggest five steps to help support those considering suicide.
Returning to your dorm room/apartment with a companion there waiting can be very comforting. On days students are stressed and struggling with their mental health, being able to cuddle with a furry cat, get out to run with a playful dog or even watch your fish swim can offer immense support and dissolve the outside pressures students often struggle with.
Therapy can be very beneficial to individuals struggling with mental health and conflict in their day-to-day lives. There are a wide variety of reasons that someone would attend therapy to improve their quality of life.