The process of symptomatic isolation in ex-dorm Ross Hall does not have to be totally and utterly emotionally isolating. If you think you might have COVID-19 like I did, here is what to expect.
Butler has suspended students from meeting in groups of more than four people, yet classes will remain in person until Nov 24, the original end date of fall semester. Butler currently has 74 positive COVID-19 cases.
Multimedia Reporter Maeve Van Etten asks students what COVID precautions they will be taking before returning home for winter break.
Students who were remote this fall are reflecting on their experience this semester and preparing for a spring which will also see some students online and some in person.
The jazz studies major was approaching its sixth year as an approved major when tragedy, also known as COVID-19, struck. Faced with the necessity of budget cuts, Jordan College of the Arts lost their adjunct faculty, many of which taught in the jazz department.
Floppy disc disposal, Dick Hamm’s retirement notice and a homogenous array of job fair schedules were just a few of the items topping the university’s “Butler Today” listserv during the first months of the semester. But while students looking to recycle their unwieldy collection of pre-Y2K technology had no issue finding resources to help them, students in desperate need of mental health resources during a global pandemic were left in the dark.
Despite the pandemic, the Nutcracker will still be performed and available for viewing via livestream. Photo by Claire Runkel. ALEX LINDSEY | STAFF REPORTER | firstname.lastname@example.org Every holiday season, the Butler community gathers in Clowes Memorial Hall to watch Butler ballet’s performance of “The Nutcracker” to get in the festive spirit. This year however, they…
Colder temperatures are moving in and with them, a need to be cozy and a lack of motivation. I know you want to shove it all aside and watch Gilmore Girls for the rest of the semester, but fight that urge. We aren’t here for that much longer!
Dating on its own is fairly complicated but when you throw in masks, a six feet physical buffer and the fear of catching a deadly virus, it becomes all the more daunting — but it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few creative tips for dating in a pandemic.
While this feature is meant to protect students, it is creating another problem in itself: an underlying subculture of distrust among students who fear this tool might be weaponized against them.