Diane Seuss, a 2016 Pulitzer Prize Finalist and American poet, was the final speaker for the 2016-17 Visiting Writers Series.
Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh, Sonya Hopkins and Cristina McNeiley receive award honoring women on campus who are strong leaders and positive role models.
In this week’s Bulldogs of Butler, Aaron Marshall talks about his passion for music, his business and his city.
The opera Too Many Sopranos will be at Schrott Center for the Arts on Friday and Saturday, April 14 and 15, at 7:30 p.m.
The Beautiful Minds Project is one of Butler’s newest clubs and its members are eager to start making a difference.
The Fashion Club at Butler University hosted their first charity fashion show on Sunday that featured fraternity members and athletes. It was held at the Health and Recreation Center.
The 2017 Butler ArtsFest is a four-week event featuring speakers, presentations and performances by well-known artists, musicians and writers, as well as some talented Butler students.
Butler Theatre’s final show of the season, Love and Information, explores the ideas of love in today’s society.
The first-year production ‘Broadway Backwards,’ featuring classic Broadway hits with gender roles reversed, will be performed on April 10.
The Ability Exhibit shown at Irwin Library this week educates students about what disabilities are and how to be inclusive.