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Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor speaks at ClowesMemorial Hall on Thursday, October 22 at 7:30 PM.
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.
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.
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Author Laila Lalami will speak in the Atherton Union Reilly Room on Tuesday, October 13, at 7:30 PM as part of the Vivian S. Delbrook Visiting Writers Series.
Butler University, the Center for Faith and Vocation Seminar on Religion and World Civilization, and the Desmond Tutu Center for Peace, Reconciliation, and Global Justice present “Religion and Race
The Butler Theatre 2015-16 mainstage season begins with the classic American play Our Town, November 11-15, in the Schrott Center for the Arts.
Butler University will hold a Peace Festival October 19–22 that will feature discussions about topics such as sustainability and the Darfur refugee crisis, and culminate with an address by Holocaus
Hamilton Southeastern High School student Lauren Wallace had attended performances at Clowes Memorial Hall, but she’d never seen most of the Butler University campus.
Butler University has announced the hiring of two new directors in Advancement.