The first-ever CCOM Chili Cook-off brought some spice to a mundane Monday. Multimedia Editor Eva Hallman shares more.
After serving as interim provost for almost a year, Dr. Brooke Barnett officially assumes the role.
Read the details behind the university’s very own record label.
Inskeep recalls how his time at Butler prepared him to win a regional Emmy for his story covering the “Black & Brown Faces” exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum with photographer Bryan Dykes.
After many companies cancelled internships or limited the amount of interns they accepted, students had to branch out and explore other fields of opportunities.
The College of Communication and Lacy School of Business collaborated last spring to form a small student-run marketing agency. The startup company has seen success since its creation, and the students and faculty involved have high hopes for the future of Bright Blue.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Jay Howard took the position of Acting Dean of the College of Communication while the college searches for a new dean. Dr. Gary Edgerton, former Dean of CCOM, stepped down from his former position to teach in his respective college full-time.
The two remaining candidates in Butler University’s College of Communication dean search may have visited last month, but the final verdict is still uncertain. “We are now at a point in the search that necessitates my personal involvement and further discussion with key individuals, including candidates,” President Jim Danko told the Collegian. Provost and Vice…
Long hours of memorizing facts can make any brain feel overworked and ready to revolt. The art + design program has one solution for eyes that cannot look at numbers and facts any longer. ART NOW, premiering tonight, is a student art show featuring a myriad of works by more than 100 participating Butler University…