Columnist Quintin Meyers shares his favorite dance routines of the year and how they came to enter the mainstream.
We’ve all heard about it. Some of us live it, some of us can’t get far enough away from it. Here’s an article that lays out the who’s who in Butler’s thrift culture.
Students of color at a predominately white institution shouldn’t feel obligated to speak on every political or social issue.
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.
In celebration of Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown visiting campus this week, let’s determine which of the Fab five we are most alike.
Reporter Malachi White attended Duckwall Artist Series’ Davis Brooks’ violin and electronics performance, where the audience was receptive and Brooks managed to wow those who stepped out of their comfort zones for the night.
Columnist Bridget Early examines the “8 before you graduate” policy with BCRs and how the arts are impacted.
Poet Ross Gay kicked off the fall lineup of Butler’s annual Visiting Writers Series with work from his currently unpublished and untitled collection of “delights.”
First year dance-performance major Darius Hickman was one of the top 100 dancers in Season 14 of “So You Think You Can Dance.”
FLAVA FRESH!, an Indianapolis-based series of contemporary art, had a guided tour of its exhibit in Clowes Hall on August 17 followed by a discussion with local curators.