After recent staffing changes and about a month without a director, the Diversity Center will be hiring three new positions to help reach students and faculty.
Twenty students will have the chance to spend their 2020 spring semester in Australia and New Zealand, taking 14 credits of Butler core curriculum and getting to visit places like the Great Barrier Reef and more.
Barbers 2 Butler is a student-run, Real Business Experience project that brings cosmetologists onto campus to provide a convenient place for students and members of the Butler University community to receive haircuts.
The Butler Collegian visits Bon Appetit at DePauw University to experience their dining services and tour their kitchen.
Two weeks ago, vandalism including a homophobic slur along with another inappropriate word and image was spray painted in front of the Delta Tau Delta house near campus. After this recent act of vandalism, the conversation of hate speech continues to affect campus, specifically Butler’s LGBTQ+ community.
Rising sophomores were stuck waiting for hours after their scheduled times at a room selection event on March 27. About eighty of those students will have to live in ResCo instead of Fairview next year.
Applications to join the Sexual Misconduct Prevention Task Force are being accepted from now until April 19. The task force hopes to include a diverse staff in order to reach and represent all groups on campus.
Governor’s office will present the highest civilian honor to neuroanatomist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor at Shelton Auditorium on April 4.
A female was assaulted on March 29 around 11 p.m. on Berkley Avenue, right behind the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority house
Bon Appetit, Butler University’s new dining service provider effective May 13, is preparing for their transition onto campus. Providing food is their first priority, but they have additional plans for retail space.