Last week, the City of Indianapolis began implementing a 4-year plan for pothole repairs which includes some areas near Butler’s campus.
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.
Grammy award winning group Roomful of Teeth performed at Butler and gave students workshop lessons last week.
Dana Lee met with members of the Butler men’s basketball team as they prepare for their season, as well as the first exhibition game vs. Tiffin.
Kristin Camiliere and Nicki Clark get you up to speed on what’s happening on campus, from Hinkle Fieldhouse renovations, to new Jordan Hall furniture and more.
Several Butler students consumed raw chicken nuggets during what students affectionately refer to “nugget night” in Atherton Union on Oct. 24.
Kristin and Nicki pack the biggest news of the week in two minutes: Sarah Diaz is leaving Butler, the State of the Union address, electric scooter regulations and more.
Butler’s Center for Global Education will be hosting its first annual Study Abroad Fair Oct. 3. The event will take place in the Fairview Community Room from 4 to 7 p.m.
It’s wing week on Butlertology as Josh and Josh discuss both Butler men’s basketball perimeter players and their wing preferences.
Kristin and Nicki rundown the biggest news of the week: Dawg Bucks at Metro, Holcomb Gardens construction and Scotty’s, and Homecoming.