News From Butler University
Julian Wyllie ’16 taught himself how to be a journalist in two weeks.
In his State of the University address, President James M. Danko reported on progress, but evoked tradition.
Butler Also Tabbed No. 1 for Teaching and Innovation
30 acceptances later, Abiodun plans a psych major to help others.
For the second time in three years, Butler University is set to welcome its largest class ever,
Butler Chemistry Professor Jeremy Johnson discovered something in his research that no one had seen before.
Starting a school, and not just any school, was the dream for Ena Shelley.
Butler University researchers show individuals outsmart popular concussion test 50% of time.
If you want to get technical about it, Dave Calabro graduated from Butler University in 1985… and-a-half.
After two kidney transplants and a battle with cancer, Trent Tipple M.D. will finally graduate.
Allan Schneider said he was in complete shock when a bulldog showed up at his high school study hall in February.
DETROIT—It’s hard to catch Jimmy Lafakis. The first time, his phone goes straight to voicemail.