It goes without saying — and, honestly, I think we’re all tired of hearing it — that the pandemic has had an impact on jobs and the economy, and I suppose it’s the best time to capitalize on the ready-made excuse of a lifetime.
Butler is continuing to improve their contact tracing and testing that, in addition to students following the guidelines, will improve the chances of in-person instruction until Thanksgiving break.
Multimedia Reporter Mave Van Etten gives a break down on how to use the HRC while also having a safe work out.
The university’s COVID-19 testing, response to test results and overall communication with students has been dangerously haphazard, and the repercussions of their contemptible Health and Safety Plan are upending the emotional and physical wellbeing of Butler community members everywhere.
President Trump was hospitalized less than 24 hours after announcing his diagnosis, and several other government officials have contracted the virus since Oct. 2.
Butler College Democrats and Butler College Republicans share thoughts on the upcoming election
Multimedia Reporter Maeve Van Etten has the story on how some Jordan College of the Arts Students students have adapted to class during this time.
After listening to student feedback, we have realized that not everyone is aware of what all Butler Dining has to offer. I want to make sure that the student body has all the information about what options are available to them, with or without a meal plan.
Butler university operations staff face minor adjustments to follow COVID-19 guidelines.
Students will no longer have a spring break to avoid interstate contact, but will have a longer winter break between semesters.