Natalie Carter and Karen Thickstun are to receive the Women of Distinction Award on April 25. No student was nominated this year.
Protective mother or terrifying monster — either way, the goose is back. The Canada goose has once again made her nest on the second-floor ledge of Irwin library like last year.
Students share their unique college career choices and how they manage to graduate on time.
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.
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.
On April 6, the first Ball So Hard Basketball Tournament at Butler University was held outside Hinkle Fieldhouse. The tournament helped to raise $32,679 for the Center for Leadership Development.
Darby DeFord, Sarah Knight, Lauren Koester, Jenna Nosek and Erin Dark have all been selected to represent Butler in the 500 Festival Princess Program.
A student participating in Butler’s ROTC program shares some inside details about the experience.
When you go outside Butler’s campus, you’ll have an opportunity to get to know Indy and its locals. Making small talk in a new place with a stranger enhances your social skills and connects you to those outside our bubble.