News From Butler University
Namitha Vellian spent her Thanksgiving in San Jose, California, a little different than yours.
It took a little looking back for Bailee Dodson to find her way forward.
Colin found that he had the freedom to choose what he wanted to learn at Butler. Hear how.
The University’s close access to Indianapolis is just one the reasons Rieser choose to attend Butler.
For David Sexton, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) has been a lot like a pool.
For Colton Haymon, Butler University was never the destination. It’s his gateway to the globe.
Jen’s parents and siblings went to Butler. See why she decided to follow in their footsteps.
Growing up in a family on the move, Olivia Allen always had to find her own ways to call new places home.
After surviving sexual assault and facing racism at her high school, she turned to advocating for others.
When Shelly Fitzgerald lost her job for being married to a woman, Dominic Conover helped create ‘Shelly’s Voice.’
Volunteering at an orphanage in China helped Hannah Kelly see her own life in a different way.
At 9 years old, Madeline Hoskins-Cumbey launched a movement to bring food and water to those in need.