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Ivy Tech's Cowan Road campus is one of three different buildings that will see a large scale investment on behalf of the institute. The projected cost for the Cowan Road project is $13.1 million, and will bring together all technology related majors. (Photo: Corey Ohlenkamp/Star Press)Buy Photo


Muncie Ivy Tech Community College students participated in the 2018 statewide Information Technology Spring Expo. The Expo included opportunities for students to network and distribute their resumes to industry leaders such as Cisco, Oracle, Microsoft and Wiley during the Career Expo.

During the IT Challenge, more than 100 students competed in eight different challenges. Ivy Tech Muncie students brought home two gold medals and a bronze medal in the competitions. 

The gold medal was awarded to Ivy Tech Muncie students Amelia Tegerdine, Matthew Lewis, Kenneth Richhart and Taylor Robertson for their IT Support competition performance.  Against the clock, 18 student teams of four were given the components and software to assemble a Microsoft machine and configure two operating systems.

The gold medal in software development was awarded to Ivy Tech Muncie students Chris Fields and Ethan Forrest. During this competition, 18 teams were challenged to design and develop a website using the most current version of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

The bronze went to Database Management team from Muncie’s Ivy Tech campus, which included Jared Davis, Brennen Sinclair and Anna Staggs. During this competition, 12 student teams of three were given a data base with tables. The teams were required to answer 10 query questions, create four graphs and one business briefing.

• Main Man Records is releasing the song "Take Your Pills," a reaction to the opioid crisis from the heart of America and the first-ever studio recording by Muncie's own

Mike Martin, this spring. The Limited Edition 45 RPM was released worldwide on Record Store Day, April 21, and is free digitally at ​michaelmartinband.com/pills​.

The song "Take Your Pills" is based on the toll that prescription drugs, and then heroin and meth, took on Martin's family and friends. 

Along with music, videos and more, Martin and his band The Beautiful Mess have links to addiction resources available on their site ​www.michaelmartinband.com/pills.

The Beautiful Mess formed in Charleston, S.C., where it was nominated for Country/Americana Band of The Year 2016.

Source : https://www.thestarpress.com/story/life/2018/04/24/friends-and-neighbors-ivy-tech-students-bring-home-gold-bronze/541519002/

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