Multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten asked students around campus thoughts on their safety as young women and ways they make themselves feel more comfortable at times.
A female was assaulted on March 29 around 11 p.m. on Berkley Avenue, right behind the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority house
Worn-out lamp posts will be replaced across campus with LED lights to improve campus safety.
In response to student feedback, Dawg Ride services will now be available Monday through Sunday during a five-week trial period.
The Butler University Police Department sent out a tweet late Oct. 1, causing concern throughout the Butler community.
On Sept. 20, the Student Government Association, in conjunction with the Butler University Police Department, hosted a town hall meeting in Irvington House to address recent campus safety concerns.
After the 18th school shooting since the start of 2018, Butler joined the national conversation around campus safety in the event of an active shooter.
A faulty emergency pole was revealed when a student pressed the pole’s button as a joke, only to realize that due to upgrades, the pole did not place the call to BUPD dispatch. Assistant Chief Tony Rivera sat down and answered questions about emergency poles on campus and new ways for students to stay safe.
A Butler University student attempted to bring a drug-testing product to the university this semester. University officials told the student they would not promote the sale of the product Drink Detective on campus. This action on the part of the administration seems to stand in direct contradiction to its stated goal of ensuring student safety.…
A string of vehicle break-ins last week has students wondering if locking their car doors is enough. Nine break-ins took place in four days last week, according to a BUPD police report. Of the 17 thefts this month, eight took place in a single day. Comparatively, there were nine total thefts in November last year,…