Students sell “Dawgs Gotta Eat” cookbook full of Butler community recipes for a class project. All funds go toward Riley Hospital for Children.
CHASE office adds the option to study a semester in New York, a way to find new opportunities for internships.
A look into the enrollment process and why courses are capped, causing limited options for students.
A Butler University professor who taught with passion and love until the very end. Cole impacted students through his positive energy and dedication to the Butler community.
After two years of debate, students will have to take SJD designated course after implementation and pilot programs are complete.
Pres Maxson, author and copywriter, publishes second book while balancing day job, family and “passion projects.”
Butler president addresses 2020 vision, finances, diversity and the university’s accomplishments
Butler’s research project, Music First, studies the effect of personalized music played for people with dementia. They aim to change quality of life and health care for those with dementia.
First years and sophomores will receive less feedback from their professors this fall.
Rather than holding additional student body elections, SGA is interviewing candidates to fill its remaining senate vacancies.