While it may be a few months before students and faculty see these changes in action, and Kaltenmark said the best interests of the Butler community are at the forefront of their decision-making.
The resolution, which passed with a majority in SGA’s senate, was vetoed by SGA’s president in the context of ongoing discussions about police brutality across the country.
BU4BL, organization with a social media following of over 1,000, is demanding anti-racist action, release of BUPD budget.
BUPD provides updates and advice regarding the alleged shots fired on Feb. 13.
Indianapolis resident James Stewart passed away after a car accident on Sunset Ave. in late January. His family would like to express their gratitude to the Butler community.
Around 9:20 p.m. on Feb. 12 a Butler student was hit by a car while crossing Hampton Drive.
The accident, happening just outside of BUPD headquarters and the nearby dorm buildings, was quickly responded to by both police officers and students. Students worked alongside the officers to free the driver’s pinned arm.
Since Spring 2018, BUPD has been adding locks inside classroom doors across campus.
There is no good time to lose your things, but the Butler University Police Department has a 24/7 lost-and-found service that helps to reunite people with their things.
A Dawg Alert notified students that Jordan Hall was closed due to smoke.