Hoosier borrowers will soon have loans forgiven but must pay taxes.
The new warehouse in Whitestown, Indiana for fashion giant Shein is one of two in the country. Some students are excited for shorter shipping times, while others have labor rights and environmental concerns.
From Oct. 4 to Oct. 8, students can receive their flu shot at the Health and Recreation Center.
Bulldogs for Life, the Butler chapter of anti-abortion nonprofit Students for Life of America, tabled on campus in order to protest against abortion to the broader campus. Some abortion-rights students responded.
Butler offered a free vaccine clinic to students and the larger Indianapolis community on Sept. 14.
Here is a brief rundown of the importance and logistics of voter registration.
Students reminisce on their time at Ross Hall, Vice President Rockwood discusses future plans.
Students and faculty prepare for Dr. Clemente’s visit on Sept. 20-22.
Indianapolis City-County Council introduces proposal 256, which would require donors to register 48 hours in advance before distributing charitable goods.
In response to recent failings with accessibility, BUD holds rally to stand up for accessibility rights.