Students and staff alike are working towards making campus more ecologically sound for future Bulldogs.
A Core Curriculum requirement impacting the community
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.
Graduating green: Sustainability on campus
Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability, CUES, Green Grad program rewards students for living sustainably.
CUES Farm at Butler grows for a purpose
Multimedia reporter Eva Hallman reports on what the CUES farm has to offer at Butler.
A recent history of SGA and DEI
Conflict between SGA and diversity leaders arises after two DEI vetoes from the SGA President. Director of DESB resigns.
A look into Butler’s sustainability issues
Students and faculty look for ways to improve sustainability on campus.
Students eat a meal from the Irvington garden beds
Students learn about nutrition while eating a meal made from produce grown in the Irvington garden beds
Birds are dying on Butler’s campus
Why there are so many dead birds on campus, and what the university is doing to help.
Donor Diane Meyer Simon gives $500,000 to CUES for creation of the new Mikhail Gorbachev Fund
The donation will allow for a more effective space for the Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability as well as funding for paid student fellow leadership positions.
Butler students hold climate strike
On Sept. 20, students organized and held their own climate strike in response to Greta Thunberg, Swedish environmental activist. But with the strike being student-run, no real planning went into the event.