Combining a liberal arts foundation with hands-on experience prepares students for an ever-changing world.
Butler welcomes families to historic Hinkle Fieldhouse to celebrate the achievements of the graduating class.
A COB education leads to a big city business.
Faculty guidance prompts following his heart.
A Russert Fellowship leads to a dream career.
Bettering the community around her.
An unsure freshman becomes a confident professional.
Values gained on the team play out in the classroom.
He wanted to make a difference—and has.
A leader then, and a leader now.
Dan’s prepared for all facets of the music business.
After four years in COE, Amber’s ready to teach.
A love of dance inspires the next generation.
JoJo came to Butler with goals—and met them.
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Butler poetry instructor Alessandra Lynch will lead a Community Poetry Workshop on Mondays and Thursdays, June 22 through July 23, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Rita Kohn of Nuvo gave Butler Ballet’s production of “The Sleeping Beauty” four stars out of five.
Butler Community Arts School will offer a dozen music and arts camps for children—and one for adults—this summer.
Chad Pingel, a junior Marketing and Finance major from Des Moines, Iowa, and Katelyn Sussli, a junior Organizational Communication & Leadership and Political Science double major from Loveland,
On April 11, the Butler Women’s Club Volleyball team won the national championship by defeating the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
Indiana Landmarks, a private nonprofit organization that saves historic places, has selected Butler University as the winner of its annual Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration for its preservation