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Upcoming concert could cause space issue at the Schrott Center

WRITTEN BY EMILY WILLIAMS, STAFF REPORTER A combined concert means a combined audience of various Butler University School of Music supporters. A combined concert in the Schrott Center means that there is a real possibility of more people wanting to hear the concert than seats available in the Schrott Center, Robert Grechesky, director of the

REVOLUTION! Long in the making, first annual ArtsFest set to open

The theme of revolution will be at the forefront of various artistic performances and displays in the first Butler University ArtsFest. ArtsFest will feature more than 40 performances and other events between April 18-28. This is the first ArtsFest, which is to become an annual event. It will be used, in part, to honor the

Campus engineer plans green improvements

Butler University is continuing to identify energy improvements on campus with the welcoming of Amanda Doenges, the new campus engineer. Upcoming projects include lighting controls and daylight sensors in the front lobby and the weightlifting and pool areas of the Health and Recreation Complex. The sensors will dim or turn lights off that are not

The man behind the building: A History of Howard L. Schrott

Buildings around the world are named after people for any number of reasons. The Butler University community may be wondering who is behind the name of the school’s newest building. That mystery is revealed for Howard Schrott, the man whose name is now permanently part of Butler University’s campus in the new Howard L. Schrott

Maintenance plans new parking and living space

The Butler University maintenance committee is looking to start addressing the lack of parking and shrinking living space within the next month. Butler is in the midst of many renovations, including a $1.7 million restoration on the exterior of Hinkle Fieldhouse. The restoration was funded by a national grant and a matched dollar amount from

Schrott Center on track for completion

The Howard L. Schrott Center for the Performing and Visual Arts will open this spring on schedule. Senior project manager Craig Hardee said most of the summer construction took place inside the center itself, as the outside structure is nearly complete. The exterior site work also concluded this summer, and the surrounding parking lots and

OPINION | Construction congests campus but is ultimately worthwhile

Students should use patience while they navigate around the several construction projects on campus. There are many construction sites around campus, and students should understand that these upgrades are necessary and beneficial. These developing areas are a good sign that Butler is putting our tuition dollars to good use, especially after raising the tuition for

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