News From Butler University
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
Jauvon Gilliam ’01 came to Butler on a full piano scholarship. He left a timpanist—and a darn good one.
Values gained on the team play out in the classroom.
Her ER patients will be glad she learned her profession at Butler.
She’s using what she learned in Art + Design every day.