Thursday, February 22, 2024
Dan Ridenour began his first term as Mayor of the City of Muncie on January 1, 2020. Mayor Ridenour previously served Muncie as a city council member, January 1, 2016 – December 31, 2019. As an elected official, he has remained focused on seeking input and communication with residents. As a regular at neighborhood meetings, Dan is constantly reaching out to the community for ideas. His “Dream with Dan” events held throughout the city have resulted in more than 300 unique suggestions and ideas from those residents attending. He uses these ideas as a guide for policy and initiatives. As Mayor, he plans to continue attending community events and public forums. Prior to becoming Mayor, Dan served as a Regional AVP with a Muncie based bank. He was responsible for the Central Region which included 13 branches in 5 counties. His banking career spanned 30 years including regional leadership roles with two other banks. He is an accomplished expert on the topic of credit scores and the author of three books on the subject.
Navigating the Academic Industry Bridge: Perspectives from Eli Lilly Externship
Join us for this celebration of Black History Month. This presentation will feature stories about some of the bold and amazing women who made history but were hidden from the history books. The program will include historic photographs, maps, and other resources from local history archives. And there will be plenty of time for audience discussion and recollections!
An illuminating night of music! The tragedy, grief, despair, and injustice of American Slavery through the prism of hope, joy, perseverance, and triumph—using the powerful words of Frederick Douglass, presented through original compositions by Ruth Naomi Floyd.
Under the direction of Thomas Caneva and Jeremy Harmon, Ball State's Campus Band performs throughout the school year. Tickets available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office starting August 1. This concert will also be livestreamed.
The Spring Short Play Series will include 3 one-acts running in rep with 2 titles included in each performance.
An ambitious group of editorial assistants at a notorious Manhattan magazine each hold hopes for a starry life of letters and a book deal before they turn thirty. When an ordinary humdrum workday becomes anything but, the stakes for who will get to tell their own story become higher than ever. Tickets available through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.