Senior theatre majors discuss their futures and reflect upon their time in theatre department.
There’s plenty to do in the Indianapolis area for those looking for some brunch deals, candy-filled eggs, or vocational services.
Butler Alum, Eugene Murray discusses Kappa Alpha Phi and encourages students to learn more about the organization.
Junior and senior music students face long rehearsals, longer work hours and exciting futures of doing what they love.
The English operas “The Telephone” and “The Old Maid and the Thief” will be performed as the second production this year from the ensemble.
Political Science major Mikayla Whittemore’s expressive, artistic style makes her stand out amongst Butler students.
If you need to fulfill your BCR, here are some events that won’t break the bank.
Butler Ballet seniors face a year of juggling nationwide auditions, classes, rehearsals, performances and more during their final year of college.
Here are thirteen different activities located in or around Indianapolis that can be used to welcome the sun or hide from the rain this spring.
Meghan Bartsch is an adjunct professor at Butler who graduated with a masters degree in piano performance from the school in 2017. Her style is elegant and professional.