Multimedia reporter Eva Hallman reports about a service project that took place for Founders Week.
Butler Collegian Newscast 2/8/23
Multimedia co-editor Maeve Van Etten reports about Founder’s Day celebrations on-campus and a new Butler Theatre production, and multimedia reporter Jade Eilers asks students about what Black History Month means to them.
Diwali Celebrations on Campus
Multimedia reporter Rachel Christie reports on how people at Butler celebrated Diwali this year.
Kappa Kappa Psi Hosts Salsa Night
Multimedia Reporter Rachel Christie reports about the first salsa night of the school year sponsored by the band fraternity, Kappa Kappa Psi.
Award-winning writer to present for Visiting Writers Series
Ali Eteraz, critically acclaimed writer and author of debut novel, “Native Believer,” is coming to Butler to present as the seventh speaker in the Visiting Writers Series.
Gender and racial justice advocate Naomi Tutu to speak on campus
The race and gender justice activist, Nontombi Naomi Tutu, will be speaking along side CEO of Leadership Indianapolis Christina Hale and author Gail Masondo on Oct. 3 at 11:30 a.m. in the Reilly Room.
Programs help students explore possibilities
Tables lined the Reilly Room Tuesday for the Majors Fair, where faculty represented all different majors and were available as students came in for information. “I think we had wonderful support from the faculty and the departments,” said Jennifer Griggs, Learning Resource Center director. Griggs said the Majors Fair was geared toward everybody and is…
MODERN DAY PICASSOS | Art Now opens tonight
Twenty five tables, 25 black tablecloths, 25 toppers and the artistic works of more than 150 students and faculty will transform the Reilly Room into a feast for the eyes starting at 5 p.m. tonight.
Annual address covers college
The second annual State of the College of Education Address covered both internal unity and external partnerships Monday evening in the Reilly Room. The address is meant to update COE members about what is going on in the college. COE Dean Ena Shelley opened the address by discussing how all members of COE have a…
OPINION | Students should join feminist group celebrations of women
I’m Colleen Quilty, president of Demia, Butler University’s feminist and social justice organization. Tomorrow is the start of Women’s History Month, a whole 31 days dedicated to remembering and honoring women, their achievements and current issues they face. Demia is planning an eventful March culminating in a student production of Eve Ensler’s world-famous“Vagina Monologues” on…