The process of symptomatic isolation in ex-dorm Ross Hall does not have to be totally and utterly emotionally isolating. If you think you might have COVID-19 like I did, here is what to expect.
“I’m going to do whatever it takes to help lead and help the team get some W’s.”
Multimedia Reporter Gillian Battung asks students to reflect on how they thought the fall semester went.
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.
Assistant News Editor Joe Krisko is signing off from his role at the Butler Collegian with some advice for first-year students.
The jazz studies major was approaching its sixth year as an approved major when tragedy, also known as COVID-19, struck. Faced with the necessity of budget cuts, Jordan College of the Arts lost their adjunct faculty, many of which taught in the jazz department.
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.
Floppy disc disposal, Dick Hamm’s retirement notice and a homogenous array of job fair schedules were just a few of the items topping the university’s “Butler Today” listserv during the first months of the semester. But while students looking to recycle their unwieldy collection of pre-Y2K technology had no issue finding resources to help them, students in desperate need of mental health resources during a global pandemic were left in the dark.