Tag Archives: Robertson Hall

CPA summit to assess diversity

Butler University is holding its first diversity summit at 11:30 a.m. Friday in the Ford Salon at Robertson Hall. The event, cosponsored by R.E.A.C.H. and Council on Presidential Affairs, will seek to explain the definition of diversity, discuss how diversity will fit into plans for Butler’s future and develop an assessment of the current state

New student groups encourage faith, professionalism

Two new student groups join a Butler University’s other campus organizations this semester: Converge and P3 (“p-cubed”). While Converge seeks to enhance campus spirituality, Professional Presence and Profile (or P3) aims to increase students’ professional prospects and images. Austin Weaver, a fourth-year pharmacy student and vice-president of Converge, said the group is an answer to

The history of Apollo’s angels: Dance historian speaks as part of JCFA lecture series

In its varied forms and centuries-old tradition, ballet is an art form with no written text—until now. Jennifer Homans, dance critic, historian and author of “Apollo’s Angels: A History of Ballet,” will speak on Feb. 22 in the Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall as part of the Jordan College of Fine Arts’ “Leadership Through the Arts Forum.”

Johnson Room undergoes first renovation in two decades

Some 2,120 square feet, 30 colors, seven iconic Butler University structures, a turtle named Heather Locklear and an “I SPY”-esque grasshopper now adorn the walls of Robertson Hall’s recently renovated Johnson Room. Chris Blice and Jon Edwards of Blice Edwards Decorative Arts were brought in by Rowland Design to paint the massive mural encompassing the