Butler’s class of 2024 experienced a unique move-in and orientation when they arrived on campus this August. Even though it was not the start to college they were expecting, first-year students tried to make the most out of the situation.
Academic Day featured a revised schedule, more time with individual colleges and a presentation on how to be a successful student.
One thousand three hundred and thirty six first year students begin their Butler journey and increase Butler’s undergraduate population to around 4,600.
Showers put a damper on Butler University’s annual Block Party, forcing coordinators to call off the event shortly after it began yesterday afternoon. The event has been rescheduled for Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. on the South Mall, according to Jen Agnew, assistant director of the PuLSE Office. Block Party gives new students an…