Eventually, the world is going to go back to normal. Once it does, let’s leave these social norms behind.
The various series hosted by different departments have been cancelled due to coronavirus. The cancelations impact each series differently, as some are able to postpone and reschedule while others cannot.
Butler University requires all international students to return to their home countries amidst coronavirus-related bans on travel, airports and borders.
The last chance for seniors to perform a recital at Butler is taken away due to closure of campus.
In-person classes, on-campus events and commencement have all been canceled due to precautions against the coronavirus.
Social distancing can feel pretty lonely in this age of coronavirus. It doesn’t have to, though! Abby’s here to help with some ideas to help you keep in touch with your loved ones, even though you can’t squeeze them in person.
Throughout this period of uncertainties, the priority is for our reporters to remain healthy, and our commitment is to continue our job as journalists to inform the Butler community.
As coronavirus continues to dominate our discourse, active racism toward Asian communities — known as sinophobia — is becoming more and more prominent. One of the best ways to combat this vile trend is simple: continue to patronize Asian-owned businesses, especially restaurants.
Reporter Drew Sandifer, multimedia reporter Kelly Hallinan and photographer Xan Korman share their thoughts on one of the weirdest days in sports history.
Due to the public health concerns of coronavirus, all Big East athletics have been canceled, including spring competition, effective immediately.