From intrepid refugees to mad kings, Reverend Peyton to Sleeping Beauty, ArtsFest 2015 features artists who stand apart and stories that amaze.
Combining a liberal arts foundation with hands-on experience prepares students for an ever-changing world.
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 choirs will close Butler ArtsFest 2015 with a performance of Carl Orff’s rousing “Carmina Burana” on Sunday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the Howard L. Schrott Center for the Arts.
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.
Butler Theatre’s 2014-2015, entitled “Seasons of our Lives,” concludes April 8-19 with Dostoyevsky’s Crime & Punishment in Lilly Hall 168.
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
Butler University has named Thomas Paradis, currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Geography, Planning & Recreation at Northern Arizona University, as the new Associate Provost for
COB students finish third with their mobile charitable giving app.
By Sarvary Koller ’15
Matt Speer ’15 and Andres Peña ’15 have had quite the senior year.