Managing Editor Marisa Miller and host Kennedy Aiman discuss the top stories in the Collegian this week, including the closure of a main Butler road, a new study program in New York City and men’s and women’s soccer.
Campus policy on sex discrimination, seuxal harrassment, sexual misconduct and domestic violence changed. The hearing process is now eliminated from the overall procedure.
Students sell “Dawgs Gotta Eat” cookbook full of Butler community recipes for a class project. All funds go toward Riley Hospital for Children.
Section of Westfield Boulevard, from 54th to 56th Street, will be closed for the holiday season due to Levee Flood Project construction.
CHASE office adds the option to study a semester in New York, a way to find new opportunities for internships.
A look into the enrollment process and why courses are capped, causing limited options for students.
A faulty emergency pole was revealed when a student pressed the pole’s button as a joke, only to realize that due to upgrades, the pole did not place the call to BUPD dispatch. Assistant Chief Tony Rivera sat down and answered questions about emergency poles on campus and new ways for students to stay safe.
A Butler University professor who taught with passion and love until the very end. Cole impacted students through his positive energy and dedication to the Butler community.
Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., and Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind., discuss ways to unite people during politically polarized times
SGA Senate, BUPD’s Chief of Public Safety John Conley and other BUPD officers met on the third floor of Atherton Union to discuss the questions and concerns of Butler students regarding safety and BUPD on campus.