Finding things to do in Indianapolis can be tough when you’re under 21. Here are 12 activities that might have slipped your radar and are sure to please.
Columnist Zach Gossett argues that Indiana residents should resist state senators’ effort to jail more children with adults.
A group of approximately 50 Butler University students and faculty traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio to visit the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum last Saturday. The trip was organized by members of the Desmond Tutu Peace Lab as well as SGA’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion board.
The electric car-sharing program is ending its collaboration with the city of Indianapolis.
Editor-in-Chief Jessica Lee offers a review of Newfields Winterlights from her Grinch heart. Winterlights will be showing Nov. 23 to Jan. 5.
The 63-year old Democrat won over 70% over Marion County voters and defeated Republican state Sen. Jim Merritt and Libertarian Doug McNaughton. The Democratic Party also increased their majority in the City-County Council.
Not only Butler senior students occupy the Knoll. Get to know your Knoll Neighbor, Makaela Modlin.
SGA will use giveaways and signups to provide a small number of tickets for about five concerts every semester.
The Red Line is opening and is anticipated to help foster local businesses and increase ease of access throughout the city.
There’s plenty to do in the Indianapolis area for those looking for some brunch deals, candy-filled eggs, or vocational services.