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Butler President James Danko: Indiana hate crime bill ‘unjust, and therefore, unacceptable’

Butler President James Danko: Indiana hate crime bill ‘unjust, and therefore, unacceptable’

In the statement, Danko expressed that the recently passed bill in Indiana Senate is “unacceptable” and does not align with Butler’s values. He, along with 24 other community leaders, signed a letter to state legislators pushing for a more comprehensive bill.

Here To Stay: Danko sees his future through 2020

ANNIE WEBER and JYLIAN VIGAR | CO-NEWS EDITORS Butler University President James Danko’s five-year contract extension gives him the opportunity to see the Butler 2020 Vision through to completion. “The Butler 2020 plan is a pretty long-term, comprehensive plan,” Danko said. “There’s a lot of a things that are going to be happening here on

Danko’s State of The University addressed Big East, construction, sexual assault, among others

By: Marais Jacon-Duffy Editor-in-Chief University President James Danko highlighted progress made and progress yet to be made in his State of the University address this morning. He discussed issues such as sexual assault, Butler’s move to the Big East, new facilities and construction on campus, changes in administrative positions and also addressed an article published in

BOESAK: FROM SOUTH AFRICA TO BUTLER

Allan Aubrey Boesak was born in Kakamas, Northern Cape, South Africa, in 1945. Now he works more than 8,000 miles away. Here are some key moments in Boesak’s journey to Indianapolis. (Read more about Boesak and The Desmond Tutu Center he was named director of HERE.)  

A Center and its Director

BY RYAN LOVELACE | Managing Editor #96479074 / gettyimages.com Butler University and Christian Theological Seminary have moved at “light speed” to launch The Desmond Tutu Center while expressing no concerns about the project or the leadership of the Rev. Allan Boesak. Boesak, a former anti-apartheid activist and politician in South Africa, arrived in Indianapolis in fall

RED INK

COLIN LIKAS | Editor-in-Chief The Butler Collegian is struggling financially­—along with other school newspapers and the nation’s newspaper industry—and is searching for new business models and revenue streams. Changes in technology and the recent recession have resulted in advertising revenue falling from a high of $42,000 seven years ago to a new low of less

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