After being informed there would be no exit testing before break, some students started making a plan to stay safe before returning home.
There are several sites throughout Indianapolis where Butler students can get tested before Thanksgiving break.
On Oct. 21 SGA passed resolution 2021-026, which denounces anti-Semitism, but it did not include a definition of anti-Semitism. This came after a previous resolution received backlash.
While some students believed the event to be an effective way to teach students about protesting, others had concerns about anti-Semitism.
U.S. News ranked Butler No. 1 for the third consecutive year. Butler also ranked high in innovation, undergraduate teaching and first year experience.
There are certain procedures that students will need to follow if they test positive for COVID-19.
Students can choose whether or not they want to include their test scores as part of their application to Butler.
Residence Life sent an email to students informing them that the housing application for the 2020-2021 academic year will not be opening Feb. 26.
Since the Nov. 18 opening of Plum Market, many students’ biggest issue with the store has been the pricing of products it sells. Due to this feedback, Plum Market lowered the prices on some items on Dec. 1.
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.