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Butler University Dance Team and Greek Life
Munster High School
Favorite Spot on Campus
What do you want to be when you grow up?
I would love to be a Physician Assistant potentially in the field of dermatology!
What’s been your favorite course at Butler so far and why?
My favorite course has been genetics because it was interesting, in-depth information that has been applicable to the real world. My professor poured an immense amount of time, energy, and passion into the class, and I learned so much that will help me in my future profession.
What is it like to be a part of the Butler Community? Who is your Butler Community?
The Butler Community is unlike any other. I would use words such as passion, determination, excellence, and support to describe all the people that surround me. There is a true sense of camaraderie and joy that allows everyone to thrive and work towards their potential.
How will your Butler experience help you after graduation?
Not only has the education in the classroom taught me skills for beyond graduation, but also my experiences outside of academics have been extremely influential. I have learned communication and leadership skills as well as decision-making skills that will better my life when I enter the real world.
What’s your favorite memory of your Butler experience, so far?
My favorite memory was when I performed at my first-ever basketball game as a part of the dance team. I was a first-year student, and I was nervous, anxious, and excited to be on the court. When I looked around at the tip-off, I saw thousands of avid fans cheering and screaming with Butler pride. Right then, I knew I chose the best school in the world. I distinctly remember the endless support and spirit that the crowd gave to their Butler Bulldogs, and I still get to see that passion as a senior. Butler basketball has really impacted my college career, and I am so grateful to be a part of this close community.
What were your primary factors in making your college decision?
I was looking for a small school with a good major that could lead to the healthcare field. After being here, however, I now know it is also important to look for the “personality” of the school, and I would say our school is friendly and ambitious, which is important to a college choice.
What makes you most proud to be a Bulldog?
I am most proud of the community aspect of our school because I feel a strong connection between the students, faculty, staff, our president, and everyone in between. We have a great support system and network to rely on in which all members want you to succeed and want what is best for you.
What does the Butler Way mean to you?
The Butler Way is evident in my daily experiences here. Reflecting on the past four years, I can say that we have a group of passionate and humble students that show gratitude and commitment. Our professors show servanthood towards each student as they share their enthusiasm for their jobs, and together we unite to have a group of people that care for each other and our successes.