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.
Holiday Lights Around Indy
Multimedia reporter James Andrews tells us where to find the best lights around Indy this holiday season.
The art of adapting – a look at Indianapolis Art Center’s latest exhibition, “Homebound: Indy Creates”
While in quarantine, artists from all over the world have been forced to take on a variety of challenges in order to continue to create art. This is especially true for the artists of the Indianapolis community, and the Indianapolis Art Center has taken notice with the opening of their latest exhibition: “Homebound: Indy Creates.”
Butler community weighs in on their favorite Latinx restaurants
In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, here are five fun restaurants that serve up some tasty eats!
Students will soon have more opportunites to attend local concerts thanks to Butler University’s SGA concert committee
SGA will use giveaways and signups to provide a small number of tickets for about five concerts every semester.
Fall activities and events in Indy
Get in the fall spirit with these can’t-miss activities around Indianapolis.
Podcast “Classical Pairings” makes classical music casual and approachable
Butler professor Nicholas Johnson is teaming up with senior Corrin Godlevske to produce a new podcast called Classical Pairings.
Easter in Indianapolis: Things to do
There’s plenty to do in the Indianapolis area for those looking for some brunch deals, candy-filled eggs, or vocational services.
You can’t miss these fall activities in Indy
Fall is here, and coming with it are a number of fun activities for everyone in and around Indianapolis.
Butler students, administration weigh in on BITS
Butler University students took to the streets of Indianapolis Aug. 25 for the annual Bulldogs into the Streets, a community service event. The Butler Collegian gathered various perspectives to see how it went.