Not many students know how to use the “out on town dollars” however Multimedia Reporter Ali Moulton shares one way to use them.
Professors’ and students’ responses to the new grid is heavily influenced by their department.
University officials have made schedule changes for the 2023-24 school year to make time in between classes longer.
There are longer breaks between classes beginning this year, Multimedia Editor Eva Hallman reports.
As the College of Education sees an increase in commuter students, South Campus opens a new commuter student space.
Multimedia reporter Ethan Polak covers Ian Manuel’s event sponsored by the Hub for Black Affairs and Community Engagement.
Built in 1929, the Hospitality House combines historic charm with modern amenities. The English Colonial style mansion has served as a family home, a fraternity house and now guest accommodations.
A South Campus apartment balcony railing collapsed and residents almost fell over the balcony. The Butler University department of maintenance services responded by bolting most balcony doors shut until further maintenance can be done.
Divedapper Poetry Carnival is a free event featuring fair food, games, poetry workshops and poetry readings from published poets.
Ena Shelley, dean of the College of Education, will retire at the end of the 2018-2019 academic year after 37 years at Butler.