Students have mixed reactions about the opening of Plum Market. Some students are concerned about price while others are happy about the amount of options.
Lambda Chi Alpha returns to Butler University, and some students have stepped up to help found the newly reformed fraternity.
Some underclassmen students will be charged $25 a day to stay in dorms over breaks.
The Mozel Sanders Foundation will partner with Butler University for the 17th consecutive year to serve over 20,000 hot meals on Thanksgiving. For over 40 years, the Mozel Sanders Foundation has been working to provide free meals to those in need. The non-profit organization is based in Indianapolis and it raises around $130,000 annually to fund the Thanksgiving meal, according to its website.
Bon Appetit’s Kids in the Kitchen program means that Atherton will host children of faculty and staff as well as youth from the Boys and Girls clubs. This program is designed to excite and educate the next generation in order to build healthy eating habits.
The fraternity was last active on campus in 2017 and hopes to be fully reinstated for recruitment and induction next spring semester.
After Roncalli High School guidance counselor Shelly Fitzgerald was terminated for being married to another woman, Butler student Dominic Conover helped to found Shelly’s Voice Advocacy Group, a non-profit organization which advocates for LGBTQ+ acceptance in the Catholic community.
The world of esports is a growing industry not only at Butler, but also in high schools and universities across Indiana. Butler recognized this growth, and will be adding two new locations on campus specifically for esports.
Students can intern in one of three countries in faculty-led program.
Knight and Peak conducted research on the health effects and withdrawal symptoms associated with the popular e-cigarette brand, as well as demographic research on who uses Juul-brand e-cigarettes.