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WTHR | April 26, 2019

Victims of Sri Lanka attack mourned in 2 Indianapolis services

Associated Press | April 24, 2019

G2 Launches New Global Solution to Help Identify Risk Associated with Illegal Pharmaceutical Sales

The Atlantic | April 24, 2019

How Sri Lanka’s Christians Became a Target

Fox 59 | April 16, 2019

Butler works with Indiana Department of Insurance to ensure right drugs are covered

USA Today | April 10, 2019

New York City declares measles public health emergency, blames 'fake science'

USA Today | April 10, 2019

Poll: Americans say Trump has made race relations worse

Indiana Business Journal | April 8, 2019

Butler pharmacists develop tool to guide insurers on drug formularies

USA Today | April 8, 2019

Booming measles cases rocket toward record: Up nearly 100 from last week

Indianapolis Recorder | April 5, 2019

The mind before, during and after opioid abuse

Indiana Business Journal | April 1, 2019

Ex-employees to testify exec knew drugs were dangerous

Washington Post | March 28, 2019

Esports continue TV push with ESPN and Turner, sparking enthusiasm, ire

Indy Star | March 22, 2019

You might be able to see the northern lights in Indiana this weekend. Here's where to go.

Indy Star | March 19, 2019

Worm supermoon' will be the last of 2019. Here's when to see it in Indiana.

Fox 59 | March 8, 2019

Your Town Friday March Madness: Butler University

WFYI | February 14, 2019

Local Universities Team With Marion County Prosecutor's Office To Address Dating Violence

Indiana Business Journal | February 14, 2019

Butler lands alumni gifts for business school, athletics

Inside Indiana Business | February 14, 2019

Florida Couple Makes $1M Gift to Butler University

Fox59 | February 13, 2019

Butler University hosts cybersecurity event for local students

Psychology Today | February 12, 2019

Why smart people sext

Indiana Business Journal | February 8, 2019

Butler University professor Barry King is using algorithm-based machine learning to predict NBA game attendance

USA Today | February 4, 2019

Sick, deeply toxic' culture: Ralph Northam hails from a time of troubled race relations in Virginia, US

Indy Star | January 28, 2019

Here's why President Trump was tweeting support for an Indiana Bible bill

Indy Star | January 25, 2019

Just an absolute quirk': Pacers and Colts stars don’t just miss games, they miss seasons

New York Times | January 20, 2019

The Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: How to Watch it Tonight

CBS-4 Indy | January 17, 2019

Social media posts could affect college applications, new study finds

Yahoo | January 14, 2019

President Trump claims a wheel is older than a wall in plea for border wall. Is he right?

USA Today | January 14, 2019

Here's your guide to the 'super blood wolf moon eclipse' that's coming this weekend

Inside Indiana Business | January 14, 2019

Kenzie graduates first-ever cohort

Indy Star | January 14, 2019

Butler Arts Center's new director has deep roots. His grandpa hung first curtain at Clowes

USA Today | January 1, 2019

Young Muslims find meaning and inspiration in science fiction novels

USA Today | December 26, 2018

January 2019 lunar eclipse: How to watch the super blood wolf moon eclipse

NY Times | November 17, 2018

America’s Election Grid Remains a Patchwork of Vulnerabilities

CBS-4 | November 7, 2018

Is bipartisanship achievable? Depends who you ask

VICE | November 2, 2018

The Basics of Starting a Business When You Don't Know Where The Hell to Begin

The Guardian | October 26, 2018

Georgia: voter suppression allegations roil governor's race

USA Today | October 24, 2018

Trump tones down attacks, calls for civility after devices mailed to Democrats, CNN

IndyStar | October 22, 2018

Doyel: Butler's bulldog mascot gives admission news to kid who beat cancer

Associated Press | October 20, 2018

Democrats eye 2 competitive House races in red state Indiana

The New York Times | October 19, 2018

Georgia Voting Begins Amid Accusations of Voter Suppression

IndyStar | October 19, 2018

Butler basketball to get revamped practice facility at Hinkle Fieldhouse

WISH TV | October 8, 2018

What to watch for during first debate in Indiana's US Senate race

Des Moines Register | October 3, 2018

Democrats, tired of GOP control, think they can flip the Iowa House

IndyStar | September 28, 2018

Hear Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer call the Colts-Patriots game—if you can find it

USNews | September 25, 2018

Why 4 Students, Graduates Chose Their Colleges

Fox 59 | September 14, 2018

Butler students to work on FIFA Women's World Cup as part of inaugural Fox Sports U partnership

WISH TV | September 13, 2018

Butler University opens new dorm

US News | September 13, 2018

Identify Success Programs at Your Top-Choice College

IndyStar | September 11, 2018

Queer Eye' culture expert Karamo Brown will kick off Butler University lecture series

IndyStar | September 9, 2018

Butler named 'Best of Midwest,' as Indiana Schools feature prominently in rankings

Fox 59 | September 9, 2018

IN Focus: New season, new controversy in NFL

Fox 59 | September 4, 2018

Backlash over new Nike campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick growing

The Washington Post | August 22, 2018

Planetary party: Catch multiple planets lined up with the moon as summer wanes

The Wall Street Journal | August 15, 2018

New Topic on Campus: Civil Discourse 101

IndyStar | August 10, 2018

Saturday and Sunday night will feature meteor sky show

Inside INdiana | August 6, 2018
Demand Prompts Second Lab School's Launch

Washington Post | July 31, 2018
Athletes can easily trick popular concussion test, study finds

Indianapolis Business Journal | July 18, 2018
Kenzie Academy scores $4.2 million, plans to expand school

Indianapolis Business Journal | July 13, 2018
Butler University unleashes building spree, beautification

Bloomberg | July 9, 2018
Under-the-Radar Races Could Upend Power in State Capitols

Inside INdiana | June 20, 2018
High-Tech Institute Partnering With Traditional Educators

USA Today | May 5, 2018
Why Romeo Langford means so much to basketball in Indiana

Fox59 | May 3, 2018
Parents struggle to find balance between screen time at home and school

Lori Desautels tells Fox59 that human interaction is always better than digital when it comes to kids learning.

FiveThirtyEight | April 30, 2018
Should we trust Michael Cohen if he flips on Trump?

FiveThirtyEight cites a study done by psychology instructor Stacy Wetmore found that incentivized testimony makes mock jurors more likely to convict, even when they were explicitly told by an expert witness that such testimony is unreliable.

USA Today | April 17, 2018
Anderson Cooper rips Sean Hannity for not revealing legal ties to Trump lawyer
Nancy Whitmore talks to USA Today about the ethics behind Sean Hannity not disclosing his ties to Michael Cohen.

VICE | February 18, 2018
I Used a 'Human Uber' Surrogate to Do My Job for Me
James McGrath talks to Vice about the ethics behind AI. He sees no ethical dilemma when it comes to the use of a Human Uber, provided you pay fairly for their time.

USA Today | February 11, 2018
OxyContin maker says no more promoting opioids
Kevin Tuohy tells USA Today that discontinuing the sales information pipeline to prescribers will most likely not affect the prescribing of these drugs.

The Wall Street Journal | February 11, 2018
Who's at the Door? College officials delivering your acceptance with a dog
The Wall Street Journal reports on Butler's Butler Bound campaign, which aims to visit as many prospective students as possible and deliver their acceptance news in person, with Trip in toe.

The New York Times | February 9, 2018
Butler undergrads write coverage for dogs and pianos
A story in The New York Times reports on Butler's student-run insurance company and how it not only gives students real world experience, but also is working to address the national insurance shortage.

WPSU | January 29, 2018
Pennsylvania Patients Ready For Medical Marijuana
Jake Peters tells NPR that medical marijuana may make patients feel better in the short-term, but can make disorders, like anxiety and depression worse in the long run.

The New York Times | December 29, 2017
Looking at Blue-Collar Factory Jobs in the Rearview Mirror 
President Jim Dank talks to The New York Times about what the role of higher education institutions is when it comes to globalization and the job market.

USA Today | December 21, 2017
Coin tosses, picking names out of a hat? Yep, that's how some races are decided
USA Today talks to Greg Shufeldt about quirky election law when it comes to ties and the fact that it will likely never change.

USA Today | December 10, 2017
Freedom still elusive for much of the world
An article in USA Today about International Human Rights Day quotes Fait Muedini, who says the U.S. still has a lot of work to do in this area.

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