After a four year ban, the localized, anonymous commenting app “YikYak” has been restored to its former glory, and Butler students are picking up right where they left off.
Multimedia reporter Christopher Tarvardian talks to two students from out of state about how they feel about snow and winter storms.
In honor of Black History Month, here are four Butler alums and four current students you should know.
After a full semester of adapting to COVID-19 restrictions, academics, and social changes, students prepare to do it all again.
Butler blues: Many Butler University students say they miss campus community.
Blaire Trusty, a senior art and design major, has created a bulldog piece each year of school. The art ranges from acrylic paint on a traditional canvas, statues and digital paintings.
Students from Ross and Irvington delve into what they believe are the root causes of discord between the two residence hall groups.
Studying abroad is a big undertaking. Flights can be delayed or missed and alarms don’t wake you up. Once students get to their destination, classes only take up a small percentage of time and the weekends become jaunts to other countries.
ALEXANDRA BODE Staff Reporter Butler University welcomed a record-breaking class last weekend. It was not size, but the group’s diversity which put it in the school’s history books. The class of 2017 is the most ethnically and geographically diverse freshman class to date. Of the 1,025 new students, 14.4 percent label themselves as “multicultural,”…
Butler University students spending a semester in Washington, D.C., had the opportunity to attend Barack Obama’s inauguration for his second term as president. Described as a once-in-a-lifetime experience, the students said it was amazing to witness such a largely-attended event. Some of the students were able to obtain tickets that allowed them to sit closer…