From classic donuts to unique flavors, Circle City offers a variety of donuts to please all palates.
BCAS was established to help Butler students strengthen their passion for teaching, as well as serve as an arts education and outreach program.
In the year of Bernstein’s centennial, we reflect on his impact on accessible music education and how the younger generations can provide that same education for themselves.
LGBTQ+ students at Butler have found supportive footholds, but still face a campus atmosphere that is not as accepting as it could be.
Hank Green performed at Clowes to promote “An Absolutely Remarkable Thing,” his debut novel.
Katie Hannigan went from performing with Butler Theater in Schrott Center for the Arts to performing on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert in New York City.
From the Bulldog Beauty Pageant to the famous “Yell Like Hell” event, the whole week is filled with fun activities for everyone. From crazy times tailgating to crazy plays on the field, Butler students share the best Homecoming and gameday stories they have.
Queer Eye star Karamo Brown visited Butler on Sept. 19 and spoke about diversity and identity as part of the Diversity Lecture Series.
Butler ballet will perform outside to celebrate the community and various aspects of the Butler experience.
The Music at Butler series is starting again with the Music Showcase. Currently, the showcase has been performed at least ten times. This year’s showcase takes place on Sunday, Sept. 16.