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Veggie tales from the CUE Farm

BY HANNAH HARTZELL, STAFF REPORTER There’s a small but powerful operation taking place on the edge of the Butler bubble. Not everyone knows about the Center for Urban Ecology Farm, but everyone certainly experiences the fruits of its labor in the dining halls. Some of the farm’s produce is sold to the dining halls of

Ideas come to life

Butler University President Jim Danko has distributed $300,000 to members of the student body and faculty promoting various advancements. The money was part of Butler’s Innovation Fund, which is money set aside to financially support ideas that have potential positive impact for Butler. More than 70 proposals were submitted for consideration by the evaluation committee,

Green initiatives save, earn money

Tree leaves and other plant life on campus may be changing color as summer ends, but departments and organizations around Butler University are continuing to go green. In addition to being environmentally friendly, Butler is also saving and earning money with its numerous green initiatives. The two major points in Butler’s quest to become more

Center for Urban Ecology busy this spring

The Center for Urban Ecology at Butler University is busy working on initiatives that its staff hopes will benefit the environment and the community. Tim Carter, director for the center, said the campus farm will expand as a result of a grant from the Nina Mason Charitable Trust. The added land will help provide room