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Students confused about mail service to AV, BT, UT and CTS

Students confused about mail service to AV, BT, UT and CTS

Students living in apartment Village, Butler Terrace, University Terrace and Christian Theological Seminary all have different methods of receiving mail and packages.

College of Education to move to CTS at start of 2018-2019 academic year

Though the deal is not yet on paper, President Danko and CTS President Matthew Boulton discuss a partnership between the two schools. Butler would buy a large portion of CTS campus, and Butler’s College of Education would relocate.

BOESAK: FROM SOUTH AFRICA TO BUTLER

Allan Aubrey Boesak was born in Kakamas, Northern Cape, South Africa, in 1945. Now he works more than 8,000 miles away. Here are some key moments in Boesak’s journey to Indianapolis. (Read more about Boesak and The Desmond Tutu Center he was named director of HERE.)  

A Center and its Director

BY RYAN LOVELACE | Managing Editor #96479074 / gettyimages.com Butler University and Christian Theological Seminary have moved at “light speed” to launch The Desmond Tutu Center while expressing no concerns about the project or the leadership of the Rev. Allan Boesak. Boesak, a former anti-apartheid activist and politician in South Africa, arrived in Indianapolis in fall

Students left with second choice

With the change in lottery number distribution for university housing this year, the residence life department is working to place students who did not get their first choices for next year’s housing. This year, lottery numbers were distributed randomly as opposed to years past, when lottery numbers were based on student credit hours. Karla Cunningham,

Students face housing crunch

The residence life department is starting the process of planning and organizing student housing for next school year. On Jan. 25, residence life sent out a reminder email to students informing them the housing intention process will occur Feb. 14 to March 9. Housing intentions are completed through students’ my.butler accounts. Students declare online where

South African leader to speak

Students have the chance to hear an anti-aparteid activist and internationally-recognized leader as part of  Butler University’s Celebration of Diversity Distinguished Lecture Series on Nov. 12. Rev. Allan Boesak is an established theologian and author and spoke out against the South African  apartheid as a patron of the United Democratic Front from 1983 to 1991.

Housing full with large enrollment

Butler University is facing a time when the incoming classes continue to grow. The current expected freshman class size of 1,111 students shot up from last year’s class size of 926. Upperclassmen were offered alternative housing opportunities to help accommodate freshmen. In 2003, additional housing options were offered when Butler’s incoming freshman class totaled 976

OPINION | Housing options fail to solve larger problems

Butler University’s freshman class of 2016 is the largest class in the university’s history. While this is a reason for Butler to celebrate, it is also a cause for concern: the university has a housing problem. Student housing options, including apartments at Christian Theological Seminary and rooms at Homestead Suites, have been offered to upper

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