After Scotty’s Dawghouse, the last standing tenant in the Sunset Avenue parking garage, closed this summer, the University has signed a new restaurant to occupy the space. The restaurant is expected to open by the end of October.
SGA and Uber partnership provides students with free rides to three Indianapolis resource centers and discounted rides to Kroger in Broad Ripple.
Students have been disappointed by subpar product availability and long lines waiting for drinks.
There is no good time to lose your things, but the Butler University Police Department has a 24/7 lost-and-found service that helps to reunite people with their things.
The Butler Connection has transitioned onto a new site to give students their fill of campus updates. Students react and BU Director of Strategic Communication Rachel Stern explains why the switch was necessary.
There is still construction in the west tower of Jordan, and students are upset about it.
The first wave of renovations has taken place in ResCo for the first time since its opening. Starting with sophomore bathrooms, the plans for the hall look to completely update it to 2019.
As family and friends reflect and share stories about Ty Brown, a junior international studies major who died, they know he loved them.
Shana Markle, associate director of CCS, and Iris Mosah, a staff therapist within the CCS department, are adopting a new initiative at Butler called Let’s Talk: a drop-in consultation service offered four different times during the week at both the HRC and the Diversity Center.
Several employees who previously worked for Aramark and now for Bon Appetit in dining services feel that they are understaffed and overworked by Bon Appetit, and not being paid enough for their work.