Multimedia reporter Eric Barnes finds out how Butler University celebrated Día de Los Muertos on campus.
BUnited works towards diversity and education
BUnited hosts events and starts conversations among athletes in an effort to promote diversity and inclusion
Sororities on campus move towards a more inclusive environment
Several sororities on Butler’s campus implement new programs to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
A president’s perspective: Butler president James Danko talks pandemic, anti-racism efforts
The second installment of interviews with president Danko includes his perspective on the university’s handling of COVID-19 and several updates on anti-racism efforts.
Who has power?: Butler students react to hate speech in Atherton Union
Over the weekend of March 1-3, the words “white power” appeared on a whiteboard in the Atherton Union student lounge near the Efroymson Diversity Center.
Butler community gathers for the first First Friday at Four meeting
Friday marked the start of the First Friday at Four meetings for the 2018-19 school year. All members of the Butler community were invited to gather in the Diversity Center on the lower level of Atherton to talk about what’s on their mind.
Unmute: exploring diversity and inclusion, or lack thereof, on Butler’s campus
Columnist Douglas Roche III interviews students and explores discrimination, inclusion and representation on Butler’s campus.
Put up tougher fight for diversity
Butler University’s devotion to diversity might look good on paper, but the numbers say otherwise. According to Butler records, the number of African American, Asian American, Native American and other students enrolled for the 2009-2010 year was 11.3 percent. This pales in comparison to the 31.4 percent national average for comparable private four-year universities in…