“‘The Butler community will be better as we have varying perspectives — students with different backgrounds and experiences and life stories to add to who we are.”’
“After a global pandemic cut short plans for former Dean of Students Sally Click’s BUFirst initiative, current staff are working to celebrate and support the first-generation community at Butler — from students to faculty to staff.”
Irwin Library, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion office and the Taskforce for Indigenous Engagement and Inclusion coordinated programming to celebrate Native American Heritage Month and advocate for greater representation for Indigenous peoples.
Butler students are helping a local food pantry combat the food deserts that are plaguing Indianapolis and Marion County.
Bear and the Butler University Police Department’s K-9 unit keep the campus safe from bombs and firearms.
BUPD says no crime has been committed.
Wind Ensemble tour restarts an annual tradition of high school clinics through Jordan College of the Arts.
“Grable does not just advocate for those impacted by sexual assault. She acts as a resource for students who face food, housing and financial insecurity, mental health challenges or anything that prevents a student from living out their college years to the fullest.”
Bulldogs express their concerns with Dawg Ride.
National Alliance of Mental Illnesses partners with Butler programs to bring more mental health resources to campus.