Combining a liberal arts foundation with hands-on experience prepares students for an ever-changing world.
From intrepid refugees to mad kings, Reverend Peyton to Sleeping Beauty, ArtsFest 2015 features artists who stand apart and stories that amaze.
JoJo came to Butler with goals—and met them.
A love of dance inspires the next generation.
After four years in COE, Amber’s ready to teach.
Dan’s prepared for all facets of the music business.
A leader then, and a leader now.
He wanted to make a difference—and has.
A COB education leads to a big city business.
Values gained on the team play out in the classroom.
A Russert Fellowship leads to a dream career.
Faculty guidance prompts following his heart.
An unsure freshman becomes a confident professional.
Bettering the community around her.
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Butler University hosts the 23rd annual Bulldog Jog run/walk and dog walk beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 28.
Newbery Medal winner Lois Lowry will speak in Clowes Memorial Hall on March 4 at 7:30 p.m. as part of Butler University’s spring 2015 Vivian S. Delbrook Visiting Writers Series.
Talent from all over the world—Los Angeles to Sierra Leone to Indianapolis—will perform at the third annual Butler ArtsFest, April 9-19 on the Butler University campus.
By Sarvary Koller ’15
In the liner notes on their self-titled debut CD, the Icarus Ensemble—Butler University School of Music faculty members Jon Crabiel and Gary Walters and three members of the ISO—thank their fans.
Associate Professor of Theatre Rob Koharchik needed a couple of cartons of Kents, and he needed them fast.