Butler Communications Building

Butler Communications Building

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Location: Central Campus


Current Residents:

University Communications

News Services

Web Communications

Communication Services

CALS Communications


 

Built 1998

Sq. Footage 29,415

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History

The building is named after father and son Tait and Eugene Butler, prominent figures in the area of agricultural reform. Both focused on careers in journalism and are known for their work as writers for and editors of publications such as Progressive Farmer and Southern Living.

 


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