Diane Seuss, a 2016 Pulitzer Prize Finalist and American poet, was the final speaker for the 2016-17 Visiting Writers Series.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles started his career at Butler University and thought he wanted to pursue a career in motorsports journalism. But a crazy career path took him to the place he fell in love with as a kid.
With the season wrapping up a few weeks ago, Butler men’s basketball head coach Chris Holtmann sat down for a Q&A session to discuss the team’s experiences and future situation.
Students living in Fairview House, ResCo and Ross Hall dormitories must be off campus by May 3 at noon. If students have a final before the last day, they are required to move out within 24 hours of their last exam.
When John Lechleiter and his wife Sarah moved to Indianapolis in 1979 for his new job as a chemist for Eli Lilly, he never imagined becoming the CEO of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the country.
On April 4, President James Danko sent out a campus-wide email announcing Frank Ross as the new vice president of student affairs. Ross comes to Butler after serving as the VP of student life at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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.
Pharmacy majors will no longer have clusters in the fall.
Sophomore Jenna Foreman uses her quickness and agility to make an impact on the diamond. She recently won Big East Player of the Week.
Grand Park has become an alternative location for Butler teams to practice and play games at, including the lacrosse, softball and baseball teams.