Students in Ross Hall experience discrepancies in COVID-19 isolation protocol.
The uncertainty of the pandemic and challenges of college life weigh on students.
Butler has 123 active student cases after a week of in-person classes.
Due to national shortages, only symptomatic students are able to be tested for COVID-19 at the HRC.
Butler will begin in-person classes on Jan. 10 with masks required indoors and an isolation period of five days for those without symptoms.
Face masks are no longer required in Hinkle Fieldhouse or BAEC facilities and won’t be required in other indoor spaces beginning Jan. 3.
Modifications to Butler’s mask requirement in non-classroom spaces will go into effect on Jan. 3, and masks will no longer be required in Hinkle Fieldhouse and the Butler Arts and Event Center facilities starting Oct. 29.
Faculty and students respond to vaccine exemption policies, the attitudes towards vaccines on campus
Butler chemistry and biochemistry professor Anne Wilson experiences COVID-19 symptoms five months after receiving her Johnson & Johnson single dose vaccine.
As Butler returns to pre-pandemic activities, students, faculty and staff are still required to wear masks indoors when in the presence of others.