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.
The Student Government Association Student Initiative Board has installed several new pieces of furniture in the hallways and landings of Jordan Hall.
Last year, Varie campaigned under three initiatives: administrative accountability, SGA accessibility and inclusivity. The presidency is a position the junior strategic communication major said he has wanted since his first-year convocation.
New solar tables on Starbucks patio provide students with outdoor power and improve sustainability on campus.
Fitz and the Tantrums, an indie-pop band, will headline this year’s Butlerpalooza concert.
Host Kennedy Aiman gives viewers an inside look at the top stories from the Collegian this week. Stories include a potential pay increase for the SGA President, the money Butler earned from the NCAA Tournament, a preview at the final visiting writer of the year and a hot take about commencement speaker David Brooks.