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Top 100 most outstanding students list honors 101

Top 100 most outstanding students list honors 101

The program’s 57th year included a tie in scoring which honored an extra student on the list this year.

Butler receives nearly $1 million for new program

COLIN LIKAS CLIKAS@BUTLER.EDU EDITOR-IN-CHIEF A program to help Butler University students—primarily Liberal Arts and Sciences majors—is expected to be launched in summer 2015 thanks to a grant from Lilly Endowment, Incorporated. The university received a nearly $1-million grant from Lilly Endowment, according to a Butler press release on Thursday. Lilly Endowment is an Indianapolis-based philanthropic

Evaluating the core

Some Butler University students may soon have different core curriculum requirements than the rest of the student body. A proposal that would give Butler’s colleges the power to exempt students who entered Butler before the end of the 2011-12 school year from completing the Speaking Across the Curriculum requirement passed Faculty Senate’s curriculum committee. It

OPINION | GHS offers cultural enrichment, should be priority

Butler University prides itself on its liberal arts pedigree. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Jay Howard writes an email every month titled “Liberal Arts Matters.” I agree wholeheartedly. But if the university makes this a priority, it needs to ensure that global and historical studies courses continue to be available for students and

Howard named co-editor of TRAILS

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Jay Howard is working with the American Sociological Association and Indiana University to advocate for better teaching in the classroom. Howard was recently named co-editor of Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, an online resource for sociology teachers. “It’s a fun opportunity,” Howard said. “It’s a way