While it can be comforting to have a particular schedule to follow every day, that type of situation also does not provide the growth and expansive learning that the ICR can provide.
Butler University’s annual Bulldogs Into the Streets program, commonly referred to as BITS, set a record this year with over 1,600 participants—over a 100-person increase from last year’s record-breaking numbers.
Bulldogs into the Streets, commonly known as BITS, continues to increase its volunteer numbers. This year, Butler students, faculty and alumni completed almost 50 different projects.
Published April 3, 2012 Imagine if students did not take to the streets on college campuses protesting the Vietnam War, race relations, sexual morals, women’s rights or the role of authority in the late 1960s and early 1970s. What achievements would be nonexistent today? Participation in community service by college students is at an all-time…