It's raining stray cats and dogs in Muncie, and there doesn't seem to be any way to stop it.
That's what mapping by Ball State University shows. It also shows the problem is worse in south Muncie, including the Industry Neighborhood.
"There's certainly a south-of-the river phenomenon," said Matt Wilson, an assistant professor of geography and emerging media expert.
But he advises against finger-pointing.
"This is a social justice issue," said Wilson, who predicts the spread of stray animals will only become magnified unless the city tackles issues like unemployment and poverty. [Click for more.]
context of the geographical imaginations of Muncie's 'south side' on the part of BSU students and faculty.
Great work, students and community partners! I'm certainly looking forward to future collaborations in GEOG448/548.