After eight years at Irwin Library, Diane Palguta, information commons associate, is retiring.
Students and faculty reflect on Native American heritage and history.
As the midterm elections approach, key elections in Butler students’ home states remain toss-ups.
Student Disability Services, SDS, does not always meet the accommodation needs of students with disabilities.
Students and faculty prepare for Dr. Clemente’s visit on Sept. 20-22.
Students and faculty react to Patriot Front’s march downtown last weekend.
As the College of Education sees an increase in commuter students, South Campus opens a new commuter student space.
Students adjust to closed off entrances and confusing hallways in the final stages of science complex construction.
For the first time in two years, Butler students present their research across campus.
The club seeks to create sidewalks and roads that are accessible for all students.