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Marathon to go through campus

The 2010 Indianapolis Monumental Marathon may cause some dilemmas for Butler University students and parents Nov. 6. The marathon, which highlights some of Indianapolis’s more recognizable monuments like Lucas Oil Stadium, the Arts Garden and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, will go through campus as part of the course. Ben Hunter, Butler University Chief of

Homecoming 2010: Butler goes international students participate in decorating, celebrating

Butler University’s campus was filled with students excited to participate in homecoming events last week. The theme of homecoming this year was Butler University’s International Tour. Information about events was sent out via messages from the “Butler Homecoming 2010” Facebook group created by Special Events Chair of Program Board Brittany Dorsett to reign in as

Easing the transition: living life as a resident assistant

Living away from home for the first time can be confusing and difficult for college students. Luckily, they don’t have to face this situation alone. Butler University resident assistants are available around the clock to all students living in residential halls. The job requires behind-the-scenes work and begins with a rigorous application process. Sophomore Ryan

Construction firm wins award for Phi Delta Theta house

Meyer Najem, an Indianapolis construction firm, received the award of excellence from the Associated Builders and Contractors of Indiana for their construction of the environmentally-friendly Phi Delta Theta house on the Butler University campus. According to phideltatheta.org, the house was a 33-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot project consisting of a complete renovation to the 1929 structure to be

How protected are you?

October marks the start of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The information technology department will be sending out safety tips throughout the month to keep students informed and active about online security. Tyler Johnston from IT said cybersecurity is a multifaceted idea. He said that while there are many potential dangers that online activity can bring,

Students nominated for ‘Most Outstanding’ award

Keeping on top of classes can be hard enough for any college student. For those who can find time for activities and interests other than their own, their efforts may receive some deserved recognition. Every year, Butler University recognizes its best and brightest students by measuring their academic success, service to the community and interest