Jamie Brennan, Butler’s Title IX Coordinator for the past year, is no longer with the university according to an email sent to students on Thursday by Frank Ross, vice president for student affairs.
Photos from Butler’s spring commencement 2018
Jamie Brennan started as Butler University’s Title IX coordinator Aug. 28. Formerly the deputy Title IX coordinator and investigator at Northeastern University for three years, she focused on education, training and investigations. In a Q&A with the Butler Collegian, she discusses changes she has made with the administration content management system, forms and general policy.
No professors were available to teach the popular Physical Well Being core class for the fall 2018 semester.
Between 54 minors receiving minor consumption citations, to 24 reported cases of vandalism, 21 cases of theft and seven rape cases reported, the BUPD crime logs have been full of what’s happening on Butler’s campus.
DePauw student protesters speak out about racial, homophobic and religious slurs found on campus during The Office actress’s lecture.
For the past few weeks, several geese have made Butler University their home. They can be found on the mall, on the play fields, and yes, the second floor of Irwin.
Counseling and Consultations Services provides free individual and group therapy for students, but therapists leave after a year.
Junior Dana Lee will become the new editor-in-chief of the Butler Collegian for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Sara Minor, the victim advocate at Butler University, is voluntarily resigning from the university effective on May 8. This resignation was confirmed by a university spokesperson.