Butler students react to Ojeda’s hiring.
Three Student Affairs staff members have left Butler in the span of less than six months. One staff member that resigned had only worked at Butler for a year and a half, others had worked at Butler for upwards of six years before resigning. The question remains: why?
The newest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe fosters representation by being the first in the franchise to center an Asian superhero.
The DEI Department will hire an associate director and a coordinator.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives that exclude Jews is not progress
With the academic year coming to a close, the BUPD advisory group is working to finalize their recommendations in regard to racial discrimination throughout campus and within the police department.
Several sororities on Butler’s campus implement new programs to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
In this month’s president’s perspective, Butler President James Danko talks about the university’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, his hopes and fears for campus during COVID-19 and being bipartisan in an election year.
Since president Danko sent out an email on Juneteenth about the issues Butler’s campus faces in regard to diversity, equity and inclusion, things might have felt a bit quiet. However, many administrators and faculty credit changes that will occur soon to a lot of work going on behind the scenes at the university.