SGA’s recently-amended constitution includes changes to the election process and organizational structure.
SGA Senate’s BUPD Committee organized an event with CHAARG, a women’s fitness group on campus, where BUPD officers taught students self-defense. The event included tips on how to prevent an attack and how to ward off an attacker.
In response to student feedback, Dawg Ride services will now be available Monday through Sunday during a five-week trial period.
On Sept. 20, the Student Government Association, in conjunction with the Butler University Police Department, hosted a town hall meeting in Irvington House to address recent campus safety concerns.
Fitz and the Tantrums knew how to make Butler students hands clap on Saturday night
New proposal includes raises for SGA president and all cabinet members to be implemented next school year.
Student senate members takes action to help the communication between BUPD and the student body
Butler students received election results on Mar 1. All election winners will begin their official terms at the start of the 2018-2019 school year, Aug. 22.
As SGA president, Varie pledges to hold administration accountable, make SGA accessible, and improve inclusivity on campus.
These rules will be implemented when the SGA election begins Feb 16.