As one of the first Black head coaches at Butler, Clark is making an impact on and off the volleyball court.
Texts and Snapchats are getting old. Let’s turn back time to the finer art of letter writing, before it’s gone forever.
“The Living” was written about the Bubonic Plague and performed during the AIDs crisis, but is being reinterpreted for an audience living through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first-year residential hall has been put under a mandatory lockdown as the result of a burst of positive tests. Students will receive tests beginning at 9 a.m. on Feb. 20.
Multimedia reporter Christopher Tarvardian talks to two students from out of state about how they feel about snow and winter storms.
An educator and administrator, Morris leaves an impact on the Butler community.
Indianapolis and Butler community react to recent Newfields job posting that called for a director to “attract a broader and diverse audience while still maintaining the Museum’s traditional, core, white art audience.”
After a full semester of adapting to COVID-19 restrictions, academics, and social changes, students prepare to do it all again.
This weeks newscast includes how students can get to Butler’s webinar on the science and safety of the COVID-19 Vaccines, an exciting announcement about the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and more. Multimedia Reporter Catalina Gallegos has the story.
Nguyen was a senior systems analyst in Butler’s IT department and an MBA student who passed from COVID-19 on Dec. 22. The father of three was only 46 years old when he passed, and will be remembered for his work ethic and dedication to helping others.