SGA begins working on initiatives for the first semester.
At the midpoint of the semester, many Butler underclassmen find themselves with the task of finding housing options for senior year.
Student Disability Services, SDS, does not always meet the accommodation needs of students with disabilities.
“The Red Zone” marks a time every year where sexual assault cases tend to peak on campus. Students and faculty find ways to raise awareness and provide resources.
Butler University’s Counseling and Consultation Services offer suicide prevention and LGBTQ+ allyship training for staff and students every semester
Students have noticed that ordering from the dining location is inefficient and unorganized.
Hoosier borrowers will soon have loans forgiven but must pay taxes.
For the first time since its inception in 2019, the Launch HOPE Foundation is expanding outside of Indiana.
The new warehouse in Whitestown, Indiana for fashion giant Shein is one of two in the country. Some students are excited for shorter shipping times, while others have labor rights and environmental concerns.
“I don’t take for granted that it is a privilege to be able to do this work:” Dr. Khalilah A. Shabazz brings her experience working in DEI to Butler.