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OPINION | Protest Aramark for the right reasons

Aramark Corporation caters not just to Butler University, but also to a vast network of other universities, sports stadiums and prisons. Butler’s students need to do their homework on this company and consider advocating for a change in its policies. According to Fortune Magazine’s website, the company was recognized as “One of the World’s Most

Visiting artist brings American premiere

This year the Butler Ballet’s Midwinter Dance Festival features a performance that will be once in a lifetime for the Butler Community. The commissioned piece is “Por Vos Muero” by noted Spanish choreographer Nacho Duato. Kevin Irving, Duato’s former ballet master, is staging the piece. Irving said he doubts that this piece will ever be

Vehicle break-ins on campus worry students

A string of vehicle break-ins last week has students wondering if locking their car doors is enough. Nine break-ins took place in four days last week, according to a BUPD police report. Of the 17 thefts this month, eight took place in a single day. Comparatively, there were nine total thefts in November last year,

Commencement speaker on minds of students, administration

It may still be the middle of first semester, but students and the administration are already looking ahead to commencement. Determining a commencement speaker is not a simple process—cost, connections and nominations all come into play. Butler University’s Board of Trustees takes nominations and then decides who is worthy of and eligible for an honorary

A showcase of talent

Dance students in the Jordan College of Fine Arts are coming together to create pieces independently choreographed  to illustrate images of hope, love, loss and human connection. As part of the Student Choreography Showcase, the dancers created original pieces  representative of the complexities of life. Taking place Oct. 27 and 28 in Lilly Hall 310,

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