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By Evie Schultz ’16
Butler University choirs and the Symphonic Wind Ensemble will join together for concerts called “Merry and Bright: Holiday Music with the Butler University School of Music” on Sunday, December 13,
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Melody Coryell MFA ’15, an English teacher and the coordinator of Shortridge High School’s International Baccalaureate (IB) program, has been awarded a $25,000 Milken Family Foundation Educator Awa
Shandeep Singh is realizing three dreams for the price of one.
The first is his parents’, who made it clear that they expected him to go to college.