Butler administration proposes increases to student parking permit prices, SGA introduces resolution in opposition.
Student Government Association will continue working to revitalize campus and hold the university accountable.
Executive, legislative, and judicial branch representatives review accomplishments from this past semester.
SGA begins working on initiatives for the first semester.
Resources can be found at CCS and through SGA to improve their mental health and self-care routines.
Conflict between SGA and diversity leaders arises after two DEI vetoes from the SGA President. Director of DESB resigns.
Graphic by Corrina Reiss. The Butler Collegian is committed to sharing diverse viewpoints from across the university and to upholding values of free speech. However, The Collegian does not endorse or promote opinions contained within any letter to the editor. With four weeks left of the semester, I have decided to resign from my position…
A spending cap on the service was reached the weekend following spring break, requiring students to pay out of pocket.
After casting their votes, students share changes they hope the new SGA administration will make.
The SGA address covers what they have accomplished this past year, as well as plans for the future.