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.
Hikes, bikes and automobiles: How do you get around Indy without a car?
For students without cars at Butler, here are some ways to get around the city.
White nationalist group marches near campus
Students and faculty react to Patriot Front’s march downtown last weekend.
Hidden historical gems of Indianapolis
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.
2021: A year of tragedy for Indianapolis
The Butler community does not express concern regarding the increase in homicides across Indianapolis.
Four thrift shops to check out in 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.
317 Eats: Delicias Jalisco
This week’s food review highlights the tasty ice cream at Delicias Jalisco.
Butler student launches letter writing website: Teer
From strengthening current relationships to creating new ones, Teer allows users to show appreciation to the ones who deserve it most.
Butler Theatre reimagines “The Living”
“The Living” was written about the Bubonic Plague and performed during the AIDs crisis, but is being reinterpreted for an audience living through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local Black-owned Indianapolis businesses you should visit for Black History Month
Indianapolis is home to a variety of Black-owned businesses that showcase the creativity and history of the city. From family-owned businesses and community wellness centers to clothing stores, Indianapolis has something for everyone this February.