Butler has paused most projects on campus, including renovations to ResCo.
This Lego version of Butler’s newest celebrity was a product created by Bulldog Bricks, one of the many Real Business Experience groups on Butler’s Campus.
Transitioning from the classroom to the chat room has been different for everyone involved.
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.
After years of successful performances, the 2019 Butlerpalooza cancelled after the scheduled performer had to drop out due to sickness.
Becoming a community assistant helps give students the chance to become a leader on campus and help support other Butler students in a residential setting.
On this episode of the Butler Collegian Newscast, Catalina elaborates on changes in the Diversity Center, new alcohol policies for greek life events, and a preview on this year’s gathering for Relay for Life. A new segment, Kat’s Corner, debuts with a discussion about the global climate strikes. Chelsea sits down with Calvin Prenkert and talks about his article on FIRs. Jake breaks down a tough week for Butler sports.
Faculty in Residence live in Butler housing and provide academic and recreational programming for students.
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.