September is a time to help destigmatize suicide. Here are some ways to be involved.
Students and staff are sad to see Scooter and Dr. Shana Markle leave Butler.
“What is this awful feeling that seems to plague our campus? Good old-fashioned, all-American, soul-sucking burnout.”
“The Red Zone” marks a time every year where sexual assault cases tend to peak on campus. Students and faculty find ways to raise awareness and provide resources.
Butler University’s Counseling and Consultation Services offer suicide prevention and LGBTQ+ allyship training for staff and students every semester
Multimedia reporter Gabi Morando reports about the unveiling of the new UNWIND room at the HRC.
6-year-old English Bulldog Bella is introduced as the newest addition to CCS’ animal-assisted therapy.
Resources can be found at CCS and through SGA to improve their mental health and self-care routines.
Learn how students can recognize stress and make it work for them this semester.
Even though they are not meeting with students in person, Butler’s counselors want students to know that they are ready to work with them virtually