13 Black professors making a difference on Butler’s campus. Collegian file photo. In 1976, then-President Gerald Ford decreed Black History Month a national observance. More than 45 years later, the month of February is still a time where Americans can celebrate and learn more about the Black individuals who helped shape our country, and those…
February’s schedule includes Black professionals panel, annual Unity Ball.
The folks living in my apartment — and however many millions of other Americans — all tuned in to watch both the inauguration of President Biden and the Super Bowl. What do these two events have in common? They are both major events in American history and culture, and they both featured Amanda Gorman.
In honor of Black History Month, here are four Butler alums and four current students you should know.
This food review spotlights a Black-owned restaurant, R&R Extreme Wings.
The Black Student Union has organized several events for Black History Month.
Since 1976, every U.S. president has designated the month of February as Black History Month. Here is a list of several events celebrating Black History Month occurring on or around Butler’s campus.
The concert will feature choirs from on and off campus to celebrate African-American culture and music while also confronting societal issues.
If you are looking to let loose your inner lyricist, the voice that always seems to sum up the events of your life in apt metaphors and wry similes, the Power Poetry Jam is for you. Arielle Arzu, BSU’s vice president of volunteerism, said the Power Poetry Jam will be educational. “It’s a great way…
A fairly common misconception about Black History Month is that it’s only a time for African-Americans. This is false. It’s a time for every American, no matter their race, to reflect on our nation’s past and learn about its history. February is Black History Month, and Butler University is hosting a string of events called…