Conflict between SGA and diversity leaders arises after two DEI vetoes from the SGA President. Director of DESB resigns.
“A deliberate dialogue is the middle ground between a debate and an open discussion … it is an opportunity for people from many different backgrounds to learn and hear multiple perspectives on a controversial topic.”
Multimedia reporter Sierra Borkowski finds out how Butler and its students are celebrating Black History Month on campus.
Randall Ojeda works to implement a shared vision for the Center.
Aiming to make all students “feel like they have a voice” with new leadership in the Diversity Center.
Multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten reports on the new director of the Diversity Center and COVID-19 cases on campus, and multimedia reporter Wesley Damenti introduces a new event on campus.
Butler students react to Ojeda’s hiring.
Neurotypical students, faculty, and staff at Butler need to be working to make our campus a more welcoming place for neurodivergent students.
“I think the future is bright for the diversity center,” Navarro-Garcia said. “I’m optimistic about where we’ll go and where we’ll be even 90 days from now in terms of staffing, in terms of capacity to serve our students, expand our services, to reach farther into the margins of our student population.”
Danko shares his thoughts on campus returning to a normal semester, the mask mandate and other potential COVID-19 restrictions, and changes in the Diversity Center.