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Students face housing crunch

The residence life department is starting the process of planning and organizing student housing for next school year. On Jan. 25, residence life sent out a reminder email to students informing them the housing intention process will occur Feb. 14 to March 9. Housing intentions are completed through students’ my.butler accounts. Students declare online where

Student shot with pellet gun at AV

Published Sept. 18, 2012 A student shot another student in the head and shoulder with a pellet gun at Apartment Village on Sept. 11. Ben Hunter, chief of staff and executive director of public safety, refused to release the full incident report. The Collegian was granted access to a redacted version of the report. Around

90 students waitlisted: Administrators look to find spots for unlucky students

Several rising sophomores and juniors found themselves on a 2012-13 housing wait list after last week’s housing selection nights. The lists contain a total of 90 students—36 sophomores and 54 juniors. “We’re going to go through those wait lists as quickly as we can to get everyone into a place where they are pleased,” said

Housekeeping staff stays busy with residence hall upkeep

The daily cleaning of every dormitory bathroom is only one responsibility of Butler University’s housekeeping staff. Richard Hamm, director of building services, works closely with his supervisors, Augusto Acosta and Jenny Roell, to try to keep the residence halls as clean and sanitary as possible. Acosta supervises Ross Hall, Residential College and the Apartment Village,

Housing selection leaves students waiting

Several soon-to-be juniors were left empty-handed at Apartment Selection Monday night after space ran out in the Apartment Village. Six groups of four students were left without apartments at the end of the night. As of now, the university has received 503 contracts for the Apartment Village. There are 492 spaces available. “We’re shuffling,” Dean

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