Built in 1929, the Hospitality House combines historic charm with modern amenities. The English Colonial style mansion has served as a family home, a fraternity house and now guest accommodations.
Van Jones comes to Butler and delivers powerful messages alongside Indianapolis leaders to discuss race, religion, and class.
A South Campus apartment balcony railing collapsed and residents almost fell over the balcony. The Butler University department of maintenance services responded by bolting most balcony doors shut until further maintenance can be done.
Residence Life emailed juniors on Feb. 22 with updates to on-campus housing which sparked concern among those planning to live on-campus for their senior year.
Ena Shelley, dean of the College of Education, will retire at the end of the 2018-2019 academic year after 37 years at Butler.
Butler updates education classrooms and creates opportunities for students.
Renovations at Christian Theological Seminary, the new site for Butler’s College of Education, are officially underway.
The construction at the site began in January and is on schedule to be completed by the end of July.
Students living in apartment Village, Butler Terrace, University Terrace and Christian Theological Seminary all have different methods of receiving mail and packages.
Though the deal is not yet on paper, President Danko and CTS President Matthew Boulton discuss a partnership between the two schools. Butler would buy a large portion of CTS campus, and Butler’s College of Education would relocate.
Allan Aubrey Boesak was born in Kakamas, Northern Cape, South Africa, in 1945. Now he works more than 8,000 miles away. Here are some key moments in Boesak’s journey to Indianapolis. (Read more about Boesak and The Desmond Tutu Center he was named director of HERE.)