Butler’s campus is a primarily liberal environment but the students feel it is more than that and want to break stereotypes associated with their party.
Marco Luly, VITA director of “The Servant of Two Masters” and leading expert in commedia dell’arte performance, directs this show in the traditional form focused around comedy and improvisation.
Students of color at a predominately white institution shouldn’t feel obligated to speak on every political or social issue.
A Star is Born is topping the box office and Billboard charts but has a cultural impact that is varied among Butler students.
With over 10,000+ hours spent underwater photographing sea life, Skerry is coming to share his experience.
The Student Choreography Showcase is on October 25 and 26 at 7:30 in Lilly Hall 310, and will exhibit the hard work put in my the Butler dance performance majors.
Fall is here, and coming with it are a number of fun activities for everyone in and around Indianapolis.
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.