What happens after a student fills out their course evaluation.
The consequences of change: Learning to cope with and appreciate pandemic-induced change
It may be hard to appreciate those extra few pounds or newfound lack of motivation, I’m here to tell you why you should.
Admiration and appreciation for Butler faculty members
Butler faculty have had to deal with more than anyone could have possibly expected this semester. I’m here to encourage students to treat them with grace and understanding.
Five things we miss — and don’t miss — about traditional life at Butler
Students and professors are ambivalent about the changes in classroom and campus dynamic as a result of health and safety guidelines.
Students are both nervous and excited for campus to reopen for undergraduate instruction on Sept. 7
Based on recent COVID-19 data and information, academic instruction will continue in person, with dance majors returning to studios sooner than expected.
An argument for studying secondary language in college
Opinion columnist Doug Roche III gives his point of view on the value of a second language, which can prove beneficial in several aspects of life.
Creation of new Social Justice and Diversity requirement a step towards inclusivity
Columnist Bridget Early talks about the new SJD core requirement and what it means for Butler as a whole campus community.
Smith named CLASS finalist
Senior center Andrew Smith of the men’s basketball team has been named one of 10 finalists for the sport’s 2012-13 Senior CLASS Award. The award is given to seniors who have excelled in four areas: community, classroom, character and competition. The acronym CLASS stands for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School. Smith said…
Academics at forefront of move
Butler was attracted to the Atlantic 10 Conference for many reasons, but one of the biggest highlights was the potential effect on student-athletes’ overall academic experience. “Academics is always our focus and priority,” President Jim Danko said in an interview last week. “We figured out that despite the further travel, our athletes will be spending…
Student interest pushes creation of art and design major
Starting this year, Butler University students interested in the field of art have a new major choice to consider. The new art and design major explores art in a technological setting. The program consists of 33 hours and requires a thesis and an internship for completion. Associate professor of art Gautam Rao said “it was…