JCA created their Social Justice & Diversity taskforce back in the spring of 2019. Now, the college is continuing to implement social justice and diversity as an integral part of the JCA experience, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage month, here are five Latinx artists to listen to.
Despite pandemic-related challenges, the “Edward Hopper and the American Hotel” special exhibit at Newfields takes a look at the state of American travel culture in the mid-1900s through art from Edward Hopper, along with those who inspired him and whom he inspired.
Before dance studios were reopened last week, dance majors took to finding creative ways to practice dance in a safe way. Even with their creativity, injury was a persistent danger and risk they undertook weekly.
From curious first years to experienced seniors, Butler students share their favorite places to study around campus
In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, here’s a list of five exciting reads to dive into during this time.
On Aug. 19, Butler University sophomore Chinyelu Mwaafrika posted a TikTok captioned “If I hear of parties…I will snitch” and went to sleep. Since then, the video has received over 7 million views and 2.2 million likes.
Student organizations on campus figure out a plan to go virtual as Butler recently ordered a stay-in-place protocol. Multiple groups have been trying to persevere through the uncertainty that comes during this semester.
Butler students Nadia Issa, Vicki Turner and Claire Porter share tips and tricks for how to incorporate masks into her fashionable looks, as well as student small businesses to support.
Here are tips from Black students at Butler, on how to put activism where your heart is — not for followers or social justice clout, but to protect and advocate for Black people at risk due to the prevalence of prejudice, as well as tips for students of color on how to survive and thrive at a predominately white institution like Butler.