Major changes to Butler’s SGA structure move program council and diversity program council to department of student affairs and diversity center.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives that exclude Jews is not progress
Butler University SGA’s programming board has finessed more ways for students to engage in on-campus programming. The student senate has simultaneously considered ways to more effectively represent students through a discussion of the modified senate and legislative structure.
Now, we are asking you, as members of the Butler community, as constituents of SGA senators, and as people who believe in social justice, equality and freedom for all people — stand with us.
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.
In Indianapolis, a city with no metro system and limited bus lines, the departure of BlueIndy left many Butler students at the mercy of their friends with cars.
Student body president Sam Varie announced a partnership with the ride-share service, Uber, to take students to resource centers and a grocery store off campus.
Jesse McCartney will perform on Butler’s campus April 28 as a part of Exam Jam.
Sam Varie has been re-elected as President of SGA, and Malin Peterson will serve alongside him as executive vice president.
Tonight, the Butler University Student Government Association held its presidential debate. Kristin Camiliere, host of the Butler Collegian News Report, was in Jordan Hall live to preview and recap the event.