For peer tutoring centers such as the Speakers Lab, the Writers’ Studio, and the Modern Language Center, there are a variety of in-person and online resources available for students.
Registering to vote — or requesting a mail-in absentee ballot — may seem like a daunting task. However, the Butler Collegian has compiled information and resources to help students vote as easily as possible.
One month into the Fall semester, parents reflect on Butler’s COVID-19 response and their students’ experience with the current safety policies.
National Fraternity Phi Kappa Psi is currently undergoing the process of re-establishing a chapter on Butler’s campus. The fraternity was founded as part of the Butler campus in 1971 but lost its standing with the university in 2014 due to behavior deemed unacceptable by campus officials.
The HRC is open for users with new safety protocols including a reservation system, mandatory masks and socially distanced equipment.
The grant, from the National Institutes of Health, will support Dr. Masamha’s research of Mantle Cell Lymphoma.
U.S. News ranked Butler No. 1 for the third consecutive year. Butler also ranked high in innovation, undergraduate teaching and first year experience.
Increased health requirements and social distancing practices have been put into place for residence halls and Greek houses for the fall semester. Students continue to comply with the rules on campus in order to ensure the safety of all.
Since president Danko sent out an email on Juneteenth about the issues Butler’s campus faces in regard to diversity, equity and inclusion, things might have felt a bit quiet. However, many administrators and faculty credit changes that will occur soon to a lot of work going on behind the scenes at the university.
Evan Krauss, Blue’s handler, discusses how Blue will be seen on campus this semester and gives students recommendations for meeting Butler’s newest mascot.