Columnist Emma Beavins explains why Butler should follow Blue IV’s example.
The Jan. 29, 2020 issue of the Butler Collegian.
The Jan. 22, 2020 issue of the Butler Collegian.
Since it was announced in October 2019 that Butler University’s beloved live mascot Butler Blue III, or “Trip,” would be finishing his term at the end of the school year, questions have lingered within the community about who his successor will be. After an extensive search process, Butler Blue IV has been chosen.
Butler University has experienced a number of changes across campus in the past 10 years, including the construction of new buildings and renovations in older buildings. Included in this article are the changes, renovations and improvements made to campus that has stood out since 2010. Not every change that occurred in the last decade is included in this article.
Go behind the scenes of Butler’s new dining option opening on Nov. 18.
Butler University announced on Oct. 24 plans to install an esports and gaming lounge in Atherton Union which is set to open in late November.
The Butler University Board of Trustees voted unanimously to extend the president’s contract, which was set to end on Aug. 31, 2020.
On Oct. 5, the university unveils their strategic plan for the next 10 years. The night celebrates the accomplishments of 2020 and looks beyond the horizon toward 2030.
Chatham Tap, an English pub-style restaurant, will fill a vacant space in Butler’s Sunset Avenue parking garage.