From heavily-anticipated senior recitals to entire ballets getting the chop, students in the arts aren’t only devastated — they are struggling to find the motivation they need to progress in their craft.
Butler professor Scott Bridge aims to keep students smiling by wearing suits for Zoom class sessions. Bridge talked with The Butler Collegian about his conservative yet professional sense of style.
The various series hosted by different departments have been cancelled due to coronavirus. The cancelations impact each series differently, as some are able to postpone and reschedule while others cannot.
Butler University requires all international students to return to their home countries amidst coronavirus-related bans on travel, airports and borders.
The last chance for seniors to perform a recital at Butler is taken away due to closure of campus.
Blaire Trusty, a senior art and design major, has created a bulldog piece each year of school. The art ranges from acrylic paint on a traditional canvas, statues and digital paintings.
Naptown Thrift had been closed for the past four months due to an electrical fire next door. Butler students react to the popular thrift store’s closure and its grand reopening.
Staying home for spring break doesn’t have to be boring. Enjoy these five simple staycation activities.
Built in 1929, the Hospitality House combines historic charm with modern amenities. The English Colonial style mansion has served as a family home, a fraternity house and now guest accommodations.
Butler Blue’s collar, used for the changing of the collar ceremony, is insured by student-run insurance group, Captive at a value of $9,200. The collar was created and donated in 2012 by Reis-Nichols Jewelers.