Kimbrough has moved on from her position at Butler following changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Opinion columnist Taylor Roberts explores student opinion on the variety — or more specifically, the lack thereof — of campus food offered to Butler students for the 2019-20 school year.
With options like Atherton Marketplace, the Lacy Business Building Cafe, ResCo dining hall, the nutrition cafe at the HRC, and Tripp’s Corner Cafe at Apartment Village, changes have been made to campus dining options this semester due to Butler’s change in dining service providers from Aramark to Bon Appetit.
Opinion columnist Doug Roche III shares his ideas on what Atherton Union should offer in the upcoming school year.
Kimbrough has had some trials, such as becoming pregnant at nineteen and losing several family members, but she’s always kept her head up.
Students that are required to have meal plan are concerned with the quality of food they are consuming from Butler’s catering service, Aramark.
ALEXANDRA BODE | STAFF REPORTER After a summer of renovations, C-Club unveiled changes to both the infrastructure of the building and the food it serves. Part of the change is due to the fact that Butler University entered into a contract with a local produce provider, Sally Click, dean of student services said. It is not…
One of Butler University’s dining options, Campus Club, is losing business, and students say they aren’t surprised. C-Club, located in the basement of Atherton Union, has seen its business slow down early in the school year. A possible reason for this is the end of meal exchange, an option to use meal swipes instead of…
I’m Colleen Quilty, president of Demia, Butler University’s feminist and social justice organization. Tomorrow is the start of Women’s History Month, a whole 31 days dedicated to remembering and honoring women, their achievements and current issues they face. Demia is planning an eventful March culminating in a student production of Eve Ensler’s world-famous“Vagina Monologues” on…