Students can intern in one of three countries in faculty-led program.
Most people don’t like wrinkles on their T-shirt, but this bulldog-inspired RBE product is an exception.
Students try the new option on campus and prepare for Plum Market to open.
Reed strives to make the DC more accessible and welcoming to students.
Butler’s CUE Farm stand has seen a decrease in the amount of students buying produce since the Connection stopped being emailed to students in August.
Students have been disappointed by subpar product availability and long lines waiting for drinks.
Catalina and Nicki get you caught up with everything happening on Butler’s campus and Jake provides a sports update. Plus, staff reporter Katie Freeman stops by to talk about her story on Scooter the therapy dog.
Starting this fall, Scooter the therapy dog will be available during counseling appointments at Counseling and Consultation Services in the HRC.