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State of construction on campus
An update on renovations and construction on campus.
Status of construction on campus
In the heart of campus, the extensive construction project that spans both the Holcomb Building and Gallahue Hall is reaching its second phase, while the Lambda Chi Alpha house is nearing completion and construction finishes just in time for fall semester on the Delta Delta Delta house.
Construction Updates on Campus
Multimedia Reporter Tori Dennis gives an update about construction in Greek houses and academic buildings.
Renovations continue for Holcomb building, Greek housing
$100 million science building project on schedule, updates to Greek housing well underway
Butler to build addition between Gallahue Hall and Holcomb Building
A new atrium will connect the two academic buildings top to bottom, allowing the sciences to expand while business will move to their new building. Labs, classrooms and the science library will be renovated.
Patio to be updated
The outdoor space between Gallahue Hall and the Holcomb Building will be a new study area for students by the beginning of next school year. Student Government Association approved the project last Wednesday. The executive board has been working on it since last semester. The new area will have tables with umbrellas and bar-height tables…
Unattended items result in theft
Butler University is experiencing a spike in small electronics theft from academic buildings. On Monday, Feb. 25, four items were stolen from the Pharmacy and Health Sciences Building, Holcomb Building and Gallahue Hall between 7:15 and 8:30 a.m. The items were taken from open lounge areas in the building and one open classroom where a…
Butler backs Rocky Ripple
The signs all over read: Save Our Homes. We Are Indy. Don’t Cripple the Ripple. Rocky Ripple is battling the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ plan for a 4-foot-tall, 8,200-foot-long floodwall that would exclude the neighborhood from protection. New to the list of opposing parties are Butler University and the Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood Association. Cosmetic…