Butler University has many scents for our noses to interact with, and this is a detailed analysis of what they entail.
If you’ve ever been in need of a good cry but you were unsure of where to go, look no further.
Multimedia reporter Eric Barnes finds out how Butler University celebrated Día de Los Muertos on campus.
The Irwin geese, a fixture of Butler’s campus for the past four years, are notoriously difficult to contact. However after much chasing, the patriarch of the family finally agreed to sit down with me for an interview.
Students are able to reserve Irwin study rooms for their online classes. Additional measures have been taken to prepare these spaces for students amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Protective mother or terrifying monster — either way, the goose is back. The Canada goose has once again made her nest on the second-floor ledge of Irwin library like last year.
Each week, the Collegian techies students how to adult. This week covers everything finals-related.
For the past few weeks, several geese have made Butler University their home. They can be found on the mall, on the play fields, and yes, the second floor of Irwin.
Children’s book illustrator Michele Wood will give a presentation at Butler University this week to help celebrate Founder’s Day. Founder’s Day marks the birthday of Ovid Butler, an Indianapolis native who was heavily involved with the university’s creation. On Thursday, Wood will be speaking about her latest work—a collaboration with Cynthia Grady—titled “I Lay My…
Comparing Butler University librarians to Clark Kent may seem like a ludicrous analogy. After all, librarians are commonly thought to simply stand around, sort books and read all day. Upon closer inspection, however, Butler University librarians prove to have a capacity for learning, teaching and assisting in research that straddles the line of being superhuman.…