Three Student Affairs staff members have left Butler in the span of less than six months. One staff member that resigned had only worked at Butler for a year and a half, others had worked at Butler for upwards of six years before resigning. The question remains: why?
Butler student affairs names Sarah Cohen new director for fraternity and sorority life
Cohen will start her position on Aug. 26.
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 establishes Emergency Assistance Fund
The emergency fund was created as a joint effort between the Office of Financial Aid and the Office of Student Affairs.
Sarah Diaz to depart Butler for position at Girls, Inc.
Sarah Diaz, associate director of health education and outreach programs, announced she is leaving Butler after 12 years. Diaz’s last day is Oct. 11
Sigma Chi Chariot Race canceled
“One reason is that any student organization hosting an event like that needs to be in good standing, and that’s not the case — as the traditional host has been Sigma Chi,” dean of students Sally Click said. “Right now we’re working through some concerns, and we determined it is not in their best interest right now to be hosting that event.”
OPINION | BUPD follows leads to better solutions
Before those of you who are under 21 grab hold of that red cup this weekend—or any time, really—consider this: Under Indiana law you could serve 60 days in jail and pay up to $500 in fines. That is the maximum sentence for possession of alcohol by a minor in Indiana. Whether it’s alcohol, marijuana…
Solicitation policy drives food trucks away
Many Butler University students and staff members seeking a lunchtime pizza slice or cupcake last Wednesday were left unsatisfied. The NY Slice and Scout’s Treats food trucks parked by Norris Plaza for lunch service but were asked to leave before the rush ended because they violated both an Aramark stipulation and the university’s ban on…