Butler has suspended students from meeting in groups of more than four people, yet classes will remain in person until Nov 24, the original end date of fall semester. Butler currently has 74 positive COVID-19 cases.
Although academics will be held virtually, students will remain on campus. Students will only have access to residence halls, dining halls and outdoor spaces.
JCA Butler students react to the new and updated protocols that JCA has released.
Collegian Editor-in-Chief Meghan Stratton sat down on Zoom with Butler President James Danko to discuss the details of Butler’s return to campus plan, along with what the university is doing to support international students and anti-racism efforts.
Butler’s Center for Global Education made decision to cancel study abroad programs based on CDC and U.S. State Department travel advisories, countries’ limited border access.
The Butler Collegian asked several Butler students to write about their experiences protesting around the country.
The Butler Collegian editorial board addresses racial injustice in the nation and within the Butler community.
Bo Hodges brings the ball up the court in a game earlier this year. Hodges will join Butler’s men’s basketball team as a senior in 2021-22. Picture courtesy of @ball_bo on Twitter. DREW SANDIFER | SPORTS EDITOR | email@example.com East Tennessee State transfer Bo Hodges announced via Twitter on May 25 that he will join the…
The university is planning to provide students with a safe return to campus in the fall.
On Feb. 19, Butler University Hillel held an event in the Reilly Room called “The LGBTQ+ Rights Movement in Israel,” in which Quentin Hill, the national outreach director for A Wider Bridge, spoke. Butler Alliance and Butler’s chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine publicly expressed disapproval for A Wider Bridge and the event in a joint press release on Feb. 17.