In an effort to promote “innovation that excites,” co-opinion editor Katie Freeman pitches fresh ideas for the fall RBE season.
Multimedia reporter Alexis Wallman talks with Butler University junior Erin Haugh about her student-run business, Thrift Easy.
Butler students and sisters Sarah and Zayna Salih share how their passion for fashion inspired them to start their clothing company, Salih Squared.
Let’s unpack that. Yes, you are qualified, and yes, you are in the right place. It’s important to believe in yourself just as much as it is to quell your doubts. You never know, more people might be feeling the same thing.
As Uber launches a partnership with Butler University, columnist Emma Beavins brings you a little knowledge on the company running in the red.
As the Fall 2019 opening of Butler’s new business building nears, students, faculty and community members are excited about what it will offer campus.
Columnist Doug Roche III offers perspective on Butler’s Starbucks, which is always in high demand throughout the day.
Butler’s risk management and insurance program opened the university’s first student-run insurance firm last month. Now, the firm is insuring Trip, fine art and other valuables at Butler, as well as speaking at conferences in Bermuda.
Indianapolis is the 12th largest city in the United States. However, looking at how often Butler students take time to explore the city, one would never know. Students should embrace the many cultural opportunities set before them, courtesy of the city of Indianapolis. Instead, students seem to have isolated themselves to campus and Broad Ripple.…
While Butler University erupts with color and life as the plants revive, the Butler Campus Farm has taken advantage of the unexpected warmth to start business. Tim Dorsey, the recently hired farm manager, has been leading the effort, taking care of a farm that keeps getting bigger and more advanced each semester. Dorsey said that…