With the global economy rapidly slowing in response to the coronavirus pandemic, many companies have laid off employees and stopped hiring.
Students have until May 15 at 5 p.m. EST to decide if they would like to utilize the alternative grading policy for any or all of their classes.
This Lego version of Butler’s newest celebrity was a product created by Bulldog Bricks, one of the many Real Business Experience groups on Butler’s Campus.
The Butler HRC is offering workout classes over Instagram Live in order to encourage movement and physical fitness among students during self-quarantine.
On-campus organizations are trying to maintain a connection with the student-body despite not being able to gather in-person.
Student Affairs has asked students to not return to campus at this time given Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home executive order.
Kandel-Cisco served as the interim dean of the College of Education during the 2019-2020 school year.
Tutoring options on-campus have been switched to online, allowing students to receive feedback on speeches, writing and musical performances while at home. Each organization has different options, but the switch to online hasn’t left tutoring behind.
The act, which could help in the economic recovery from the coronavirus, has been seen by members of Congress and the president.
The coronavirus pandemic has led all Butler courses to resort to the use of online resources. This has led to a variety of hands-on courses getting affected in different ways — some worse than others.