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Butler mourns celebrated professor

Amos Carpenter, a professor of mathematics, died Tuesday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Carpenter started at Butler University in 1984. He taught calculus and geometry courses this semester. During his time at Butler, Carpenter served as the department head for more than 10 years. He received several awards both at the university and the

President shares vision with students at town hall

Butler University President Jim Danko hosted a dialogue with students where they discussed “A Shared Strategic Vision” for the university’s future. Danko told the gathering of faculty and  students about his plan, which includes raising the endowment to $750 million by 2025  and making additions to campus as outlined in the master plan. He said

Motion passed to review administrators

Faculty Senate approved a motion on Oct. 2 to affirm Butler University’s commitment to regular review of its administrators. The Faculty Senate took more than two years to agree on four principles by which a tool for faculty review of administrators could be created. Faculty Senate had to consider the language carefully, said Margaret Brabant,

TKE chapter shut down

It’s been more than three months since Butler University administrators shut the doors of Tau Kappa Epsilon’s Gamma Psi chapter. A report came in near the end of the spring semester that led to an investigation of the house. Vice President for Student Affairs Levester Johnson would not disclose what the complaint against the organization