Tag Archives: Paul Valliere

Campus mourns loss of beloved professor

A kind, gentle spirit. An interesting and genuine person. A gifted teacher, writer and scholar. These are just a few of the positive phrases used to describe Butler professor Marshall Gregory. Gregory died of pancreatic cancer in Indianapolis on Dec. 30, 2012. He was 72 years old. He is survived by his wife, Valiska. The

Butler Cultural Requirement needs improvement, students say

The Butler Cultural Requirement, a part of the core curriculum for freshmen, sophomores and juniors, may not be fulfilling its purpose, Butler University faculty and students said. Butler students must attend at least eight cultural performances, seminars  or public lectures that the administrators of the requirement specify. Associate Provost Laura Behling came to Butler in

Professor explores history of the church in new book

Butler University professor Paul Valliere’s book is finally published after two years of research and four years of “sweating out each sentence.” The book, “Conciliarism: A History of Decision-Making in the Church,” looks at how church leaders make decisions about controversial issues. The first part of the book delves deep into history, outlining the beginning