Students work to create unique clubs and organizations on campus.
These organizations are bringing awareness to suicide prevention, sexual assault and sustainability while creating a welcoming space for all students.
Multimedia reporter Brook Tracy reports about how students can now compost in residence halls thanks to the EcoReps organization at Butler.
Student organizations on campus figure out a plan to go virtual as Butler recently ordered a stay-in-place protocol. Multiple groups have been trying to persevere through the uncertainty that comes during this semester.
Young Life club hopes to be seen as inclusive to students.
Turning Point USA reached out to SGA for sponsorship to be an official group on Butler’s campus and was turned down. TPUSA supports fiscal responsibility, limited government and free markets, but has received criticism for recent comments on minority groups.
With more than 140 student organizations on campus to choose from, Butler University students may find a club they are involved in declared inactive at some point during their Butler careers. Julie Pakenham, associate director of the PuLSE Office, said the most common reason that clubs are declared inactive by the PuLSE Office is because…
Working on a group project, sticking to a workout routine and planning out a road trip all take planning and work from all members of a group. Starting a student organization is no different. Two new student organizations, Urban Arts Crew and Help Heal Haiti, were officially recognized at the Oct. 10 Student Government Association…