Senior Markell Pipkins strays from trends with his timeless and unique style.
BCAS was established to help Butler students strengthen their passion for teaching, as well as serve as an arts education and outreach program.
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.
It’s April, and we’re hurtling towards finals week at full throttle. To get you whistling while you work, follow Columnist Madeleine Lucchetti’s comprehensive, chronological soundtrack.
Columnist Carl Nelson offers an exploration into what students are listening to, and when they are listening to it.
Butler’s all male a cappella group, Out of the Dawg House, prepares for its next album by asking for song suggestions via an online poll.
Columnist Madeleine Lucchetti showcases how rhythm tingles our collective spine in tune with the collegiate experience.
By the time the showcase rolls around, the symphony orchestra will have only had about four weeks to prepare their music, but Soukup is not letting this stop them from putting on a great show.
Though the Patio is gone, live music venues still remain. The Vogue is one of Broad Ripple’s oldest and most well-known showrooms.
Butler University will witness the return of a radio station to campus. However, students will not be tuning into their car radios to listen because this radio station will be online. College of Communication faculty members are working on licensing music to play and setting up the station through Butler’s Information Technology department. Mark Harris,…