Even though fall semester breaks have been cancelled, students can explore the Indianapolis area.
Next month in their six separate galleries, the Harrison Center will present various works that range from art exploring themes of history and political philosophy to paintings inspired by Indy at night and even a collection of patient, caregiver and staff artwork from the IU Health Simon Cancer Center and University Hospital.
They say that boredom fosters creativity, so there must be a whole lot of creativity now right? Art is a way that we can stay connected and express ourselves, and that is one thing that hasn’t changed because of the coronavirus. Supporting the arts now is more important than ever as they have taken a hit due to these unprecedented circumstances, and it’s your responsibility to help.
The trendy neighborhood remains underutilized by Butler students, but the bustling area provides a nice change of pace in a city known for its lowkey lifestyle.
Spring break is one of the most anticipated times in the school year but can quickly empty your wallet. Follow these tips to find cheap rooms and traveling tips that can save you money.
Butler University is offering a new Indianapolis Community Requirement course for the 2019 spring semester.
Global Fest is a festival showcasing different cultures from around the world. Indianapolis will host its first Global Fest on Sept. 15
Aaron Marshall, or Double A, graduated from Butler in 2018 and will be among the list of local and well-known artists to perform in Fountain Square this weekend.
Indianapolis offers many attractions to explore whether or not you are over 21. From concert venues to movie theaters, there are many options to check out when campus seems to blur together.
According to Indiana state tax law, it is the counties that are responsible for fixing their roads. Butler has the sway to help fix what ails so many students, and it is time they used that power.