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Undergraduate opportunities lead to serving others.
His greatest lesson? The five-year rule.
She left as a professional, not a job-seeking student.
Using what she learned in Art + Design every day.
Looking to redefine how pharmacy is practiced.
She's out to make science interesting for kids.
Ready for the world and for the workforce.
Butler years take him from newsroom to courtroom.
A desire to help people who might be less fortunate.
Visits to campus generated confidence in her future.
A plan to do it all—in a four-year period.
One major, three minors, one huge athletic success.
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Butler University will celebrate African-American History Month with a variety of public events.
Sarah Tam ’17 knew she’d get a well-rounded education at Butler, but learning to fly? Not what she expected.
ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas, Indiana Fever player Tamika Catchings, and author/scholar Tricia Rose will be among the speakers at the College of Communication Symposium, February 29–March 3.
Senior Liz Niemiec has received a $100,000 grant from the LIDS Foundation for her nonprofit that grants small wishes to kids with cancer.
Seven hundred seventy-seven students have been placed on the Dean’s List for the fall 2015 semester.
Junior Vocal Performance major Chloe Boelter has been awarded an Indianapolis Jazz Foundation scholarship.