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A Word With… influential Butler English professor Jason Goldsmith

A Word With… influential Butler English professor Jason Goldsmith

Ever wonder what your professors are like outside of the classroom? What their life paths have been? This semester, some beloved Butler professors are sharing their stories with us.

Butler professor balances political, educational life

He’s been called the perennial candidate here in Indiana. He first ran for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1994 against Andrew Jacobs in what was then the 10th Congressional District. He’s now running against incumbent Rep. André Carson for the 7th Congressional District. Between his first and current campaign, Marvin Scott,

Community gathers to pay tribute to Gavaghan

More than 400 people braved the torrential downpour and hurricane-strength winds Tuesday morning to say goodbye to Bill Gavaghan. Gavaghan, 59, was an adjunct professor in the College of Education. He suffered a fatal heart attack on Thursday while running on the track behind the Health and Recreation Center. His funeral was held at Holy

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