Tiffany Reed, the director of multicultural programs and services, worked her last day at Butler University on Nov. 4. Students and staff members had mixed reactions to Reed’s dismissal.
The director of multicultural programs and services was hired in June 2019.
Efroymson Diversity Center revamps staff, programming, and space.
After recent staffing changes and about a month without a director, the Diversity Center will be hiring three new positions to help reach students and faculty.
A temporary director has been hired to manage the Diversity Center after former director Valerie Davidson left Butler.
In other words, any time someone dresses up in a costume depicting a culture that is not their own and they don’t fully understand or respect, it is considered cultural appropriation.
Hispanic Heritage Month ends with full week of fun, and interactive events for all students to participate in.
[cincopa AgEAWWLcfvny] By Taylor Powell A group of more than 40 Butler students traveled to New Orleans over Thanksgiving break in order to help the Hurricane Katrina rebuild effort, tour the city and celebrate diversity. Butler’s Diversity Center, located in Atherton 004, sponsored the 2013 Volunteer-Study Tour for a randomly selected group of students—a mix…
Butler University boasts a rich history of racial acceptance. However, some decades of Butler’s history are also tainted with influence from the Ku Klux Klan and segregation. “Ovid Butler had a very high vision of racial equality, which was, unfortunately, not always upheld,” Sally Childs-Helton, Irwin Library’s rare books and special collections librarian, said. Butler’s…
Three women were named Women of Distinction at Butler University on March 29 in the Diversity Center. Katie Ceranski, a senior marketing and integrated communications major; Sarah Barnes Diaz, the health education and outreach programs coordinator; and College of Education Dean Ena Shelley were all named Women of Distinction. The criteria for being nominated are…