News From Butler University
Katie Moore’s career in international education has taken her to places most of us can’t find on a map.
Annie Sullivan MFA ’12 spent eight years on her book “A Touch of Gold.” That sticktoitiveness is about to pay off.
Stirling Matheson ’09, Sarah Farnsley ’10 combine to turn a dance into a film.
Over the course of 48 hours, we decided to quit our jobs, leave Indianapolis, road trip across the United States, and buy a one-way ticket to India.
Graduating seniors share their memories, plans.
Around the world, many children are better off because of Butler scientists’ influence on Hole.
“I thought I was good till I heard other students practicing. I thought I’d end up teaching flutophone in a cornfield somewhere. So pre-med became an easy choice.”
Program offers hands-on training in government and political reporting.
From March 2018: JoAn Scott started her week in New York. She will end it in Detroit, with short stints in Dayton, Dallas, Charlotte, Pittsburgh, and Detroit in between