Butler has suspended students from meeting in groups of more than four people, yet classes will remain in person until Nov 24, the original end date of fall semester. Butler currently has 74 positive COVID-19 cases.
On Nov. 10, over six months after his death, special prosecutor Rosemary Khoury announced a grand jury did not find enough probable cause to charge IMPD officer Dejoure Mercer with a crime.
“I know it’s not the most exciting to stare at the screen for most of your classes, but when you’re doing a presentation, in a way you have control of the room, and so if you make it interesting and fun for yourself giving it, the other people will think the same, or at least be more engaged.”
Sororities plan to have an entirely virtual recruitment, while fraternities opted for a hybrid model.
Ultimately, no one can predict what the next couple months may hold, especially with the current rising cases across Indiana. However, Rockwood emphasized that as winter nears, there are a few key steps students should take to maximize their health and the health of those on campus.
After being informed there would be no exit testing before break, some students started making a plan to stay safe before returning home.
There are several sites throughout Indianapolis where Butler students can get tested before Thanksgiving break.
Students who were remote this fall are reflecting on their experience this semester and preparing for a spring which will also see some students online and some in person.
Biden and running mate Kamala Harris were declared the winners of the historic election on Saturday, while President Trump refuses to concede.
Many Americans will wake up this morning without knowing who their next president will be. As of 5 a.m. on Nov. 4, 2020, the American presidential election remains undecided and may remain that way for days.