While Starbucks, C-Club and Atherton Marketplace will be alcohol-free, ResCo will sell beer and wine options to students over 21.
A milestone 27 years in the making, the Clowes Education Matinee series surpassed its one million visitors mark, with a group of 44 second and third graders from Walnut Elementary School last Tuesday.
Jesse McCartney will perform on Butler’s campus April 28 as a part of Exam Jam.
Students share their unique college career choices and how they manage to graduate on time.
After filing for bankruptcy in December, seven Scotty’s Brewhouse locations will have closed by April 14; however, Scotty’s Dawghouse is intended to stay on campus.
André Aciman spoke and read from his works as the final guest author in the 2018-19 Viviane S. Delbrook Visiting Writers Series in the Reilly Room on April 16.
A record-breaking number of Butler students were accepted to the prestigious Orr Fellowship Program. This year, eleven Butler students make-up a portion of the six percent of graduates the program accepts.
Butler’s associate director of parking and transportation said there are usually two reasons vehicles are towed: people either park in places they are not supposed to, or they drive unregistered vehicles to campus.
Students have multiple options for living on or near campus over the summer. This year, on-campus housing will be in the Apartment Village, instead of ResCo, where students have lived during summers in the past.
Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a hate crime legislation bill to consider victims’ real or perceived attributes. However, legislators and community members disagree on whether it provides more protection for victims, such as groups targeted by hate incidents on campus.