Do you know where your dining hall food comes from? Well, Multimedia Reporter Kayla Campbell explains that it comes closer than you think.
As a soon-to-be Butler grad myself, I took the liberty of providing some new, unique locations that make for the perfect photo op while still encapsulating the special kind of collegiate experience that is attending Butler University. Heed my advice, and in 30 years, you’ll be grateful to remember what your college years were actually like.
The firepits are not only keeping students warm, but they are also bringing them closer together. This setup has created a welcoming atmosphere in which students can spend time eating, studying or just relaxing with friends.
Food variety changes, social distancing, and longer wait times are all new changes facing students this year.
Opinion columnist Taylor Roberts explores student opinion on the variety — or more specifically, the lack thereof — of campus food offered to Butler students for the 2019-20 school year.
Several employees who previously worked for Aramark and now for Bon Appetit in dining services feel that they are understaffed and overworked by Bon Appetit, and not being paid enough for their work.
University parking is always a contentious issue among the student body, but it also hugely impacts employees as well. How can we make our parking system conducive to faculty success?
Kimbrough has had some trials, such as becoming pregnant at nineteen and losing several family members, but she’s always kept her head up.
Construction on Atherton’s roof will continue in the spring semester. The building’s flat roof must be updated every 20 years.
ALEXANDRA BODE | STAFF REPORTER The Atherton Union Marketplace will feature more nutritional information than in previous years. In 2012 the American College Health Association conducted a survey revealing a high number of students wanted more nutritional information about the food served on campus. Butler has already taken steps in its dining facilities to make…