Stand-up comedian Sam Morril will be performing in Indianapolis on Oct. 29. In this Q&A, he discusses his early years as a comedian, past works and future plans.
Sometimes it can be hard to think of what to do for self-care, or how to access free options available on campus. Here is a list of some soothing possibilities.
“In this future, those of us stuck in the Butler bubble would be able to safely and effectively go off campus without the hassle of cars or the worry of safety on the streets of Indy.”
The Butler Collegian caught up with student interns to hear about their experiences and the importance of BUTTER.
The spring semester is mostly winter, leaving students to dream of summer events. Visit Indy gives insight into ideas for weekend excursions or afternoon adventures.
For students without cars at Butler, here are some ways to get around the city.
Students and faculty react to Patriot Front’s march downtown last weekend.
From downtown monuments to suburban parks, Indianapolis has many historical attractions to check out that even locals may not know about. Here are four of them.
The Butler community does not express concern regarding the increase in homicides across Indianapolis.
With the uprise of thrift shopping in the last several decades, Butler students are beginning to spice up their closets while not breaking the back. Here are four thrift stores in the Indianapolis area that Butler students recommend.