Butler Ballet is presenting “Cinderella” this weekend for their spring production
Billy Collins, former U.S. Poet Laureate and recipient of various fellowships and literary awards, will replace Louise Glück as the last Visiting Writer of the academic year.
Four Butler students are redefining what it means to be a princess. Taylor Bowen, Natalie Cole, Katie Pfaff and Anna Rather have been selected as 500 Festival Princesses for the 2018 Indy 500.
Butler University Opera Theatre and the Butler Symphony Orchestra will perform two one-act operas, Trouble in Tahiti and Suor Angelica this weekend at the Schrott.
Hedge Row is described on its website as being a “relaxed American Bistro featuring rustic dishes from a wood-fired oven.” The restaurant sources food from local farms such as Fischer Farms in Jasper, Lambright Farms in Paoli, an Silverthorn Farm in Rossville.
Columnist Nate Lemen presents his thoughts after viewing the first film in Butler’s Call to Action Film Festival.
On Friday, April 6, Alpha Chi Omega and the Office of Health Education and Outreach Programs will host Take Back the Night, an event part of an international organization aimed at ending sexual violence
Libbi Adams is a junior political science and peace and conflict studies double major from Fort Wayne, Indiana. She recently announced she is running for a Vice President position for the College Democrats of Indiana.
Butler has a very strong and active Greek culture dedicated to philanthropy and service through special events annually
Kickstart your Saturday plans or ease your way into the Sunday scaries with these delicious eats. Check out ten of the best brunch spots around Butler.