The Center for Faith and Vocation and Butler Dining are collaborating with student religious groups to provide traditional meals in honor of spring holidays.
On-campus organizations are trying to maintain a connection with the student-body despite not being able to gather in-person.
In a strategic communications class last semester, students were tasked with creating marketing campaigns to promote religious pluralism and interfaith awareness on campus. Emi Smith, Zach Falch and Matt Thomas turned their final project into week long campaign.
The Butler University community gathered at the Star Fountain on campus to support the Muslim community and share in their grief. Speakers were from several faith organizations, including leaders from the Indianapolis area and across the country.
The Center for Global Education held an “Unpacking Your Study Abroad Experience” event where students could share their stories from abroad.
Several rooms in Jordan Hall opened up after College of Education moved to South Campus. This new space now allows students to pray and meditate.
Even though faith and religion are two topics often avoided in everyday conversation, they ought to be conversed about more often in our society. These conversations should not be confined to news outlets and should also be discussed in everyday passing. Butler University students would benefit by talking with friends, classmates, professors or family members…