Senior anthropology major Michaela Ivory shares her involvement with Sigma Gamma Rho and the Diversity Center, and how these organizations have impacted her time at Butler.
While it may be a few months before students and faculty see these changes in action, and Kaltenmark said the best interests of the Butler community are at the forefront of their decision-making.
JCA created their Social Justice & Diversity taskforce back in the spring of 2019. Now, the college is continuing to implement social justice and diversity as an integral part of the JCA experience, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The deans of LAS, CCOM and COPHS are all adamant about improving conditions for students of different backgrounds. Creating welcoming environments, hiring diverse faculty, and creating diverse curriculum seem to be a priority for all.
Classical music is a living artform, and there is a lot of space between where the art form is now and where it was when Beethoven died.
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.
Over the weekend of March 1-3, the words “white power” appeared on a whiteboard in the Atherton Union student lounge near the Efroymson Diversity Center.
Students for Justice in Palestine focused on de-stigmatizing Palestine and providing a space for Palestinian students.
The concert will feature choirs from on and off campus to celebrate African-American culture and music while also confronting societal issues.
A temporary director has been hired to manage the Diversity Center after former director Valerie Davidson left Butler.