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Chase ATM removed from C-Club

Chase ATM removed from C-Club

KRISTIN CAMILIERE | STAFF REPORTER Chase Bank decided to remove its ATM from Butler University’s campus Club in late October. “We came to the end of our agreement term; Butler was prepared to renew but Chase made the decision that they didn’t want to renew,” Bruce Arick, vice president of finance and administration, said. Arick

Students prepare for another advising season

MATT DEL BUSTO | STAFF REPORTER Academic advising for Butler University’s 2016 spring classes officially began. Rainie Grant, a sophomore political science and French double major, said she is looking forward to her spring advising meeting.  “I really love academic advising,” Grant said. “That’s probably one of the things I look forward to the most

Butler students build homes in Kentucky

MATT DEL BUSTO | STAFF REPORTER The Butler University Fall Alternative Break group traveled to Hazard, Kentucky, in the southeast portion of Appalachia this year. The group worked on affordable housing projects. Members of FAB were split into four groups, with each group tackling a different project. One group worked on the base foundation of

The cause of IT chaos

KRISTIN CAMILIERE | STAFF REPORTER Butler University’s Information Technology discovered an issue that delayed outgoing mail sent from Butler servers to outside servers. This issue was not fixed until almost a full day later, causing outbound messages not to be sent from approximately 11:00 a.m. Oct. 13 to 11:30 a.m. Oct. 14. When students download

Residence halls plan community events for fall

MATTHEW DEL BUSTO | STAFF REPORTER As hall governments get underway, Ross and Schwitzer Halls both prepare for fall events. Ross’ government, led by president and freshman biology major David Ryskamp, is planning its first event, an open mic night in the TV room in Ross’s basement Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. Ryskamp said the

BUPD offers safety to students

BROOKLYN RAINES | STAFF REPORTER In 1990, Butler University students would have to contact the city police if there was a problem. In 2015,  Butler University Police Department is just a call away and can be there to help within minutes. The formation of BUPD is something Assistant Chief of Administration Andrew Ryan said needed

Jordan College of Arts senator announced

BLAKELY HEATON | STAFF REPORTER The Jordan College of the Arts will be represented in the Student Government Association by the new senator, Tessa Sommers, for the 2015-2016 academic year. The official list of senators has not been released yet because SGA must take the time to appoint people to the senior off-campus and College

Butler students get jobs through Arts Integration course

KRISTIN CAMILIERE | STAFF REPORTER / Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons The Wallace Elementary School for Integrated Arts employs mostly Butler graduates. This high employment rate has to do with the elementary education courses offered at Butler, and the strong ties that Butler has with the Wallace School. Butler is connected with The Wallace Elementary

These are a few of my favorite things (about Homecoming)

KRISTIN CAMILIERE / STAFF REPORTER Photos by Erin Marsh As Homecoming approaches, we went around campus and asked students what their favorite event is during Homecoming, and here is what they had to say: “My favorite thing about homecoming is the Bulldog Beauty Pageant. I just love to see all those bulldogs in one place.”

BUPD offers Homecoming safety tips

BROOKLYN RAINES | STAFF REPORTER Homecoming is more than a football game. It is no secret that students tend to drink more that weekend. Butler University Police officer Sergeant Shawn Barks said the two most common reasons people get arrested during Homecoming are public intoxication and minor consumption. During Homecoming weekend, BUPD will work alongside excise