The junior journalism and strategic communication double major will serve as the editor-in-chief for the 2021-22 school year.
From hybrid classes to vaccine clinics, Butler has undergone many changes this year. Students react to these events and the year as a whole.
Governor Holcomb announced that all Indiana residents over the age of 16 will be eligible starting March 31. Additionally, state capacity and social event restrictions will now be determined by local officials, and the statewide mask mandate will become an advisory.
Class changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic have caused students to adapt to new curriculum and a lack of available courses.
With the NCAA tournament nearly one week away, Butler students and staff prepare for March Madness.
Butler plans to return to full capacity in person classes and will reinstate breaks for the fall and summer semesters.
Junior strategic communication major Maya Patel talks about her accomplishments in the fall semester and her goals for the future.
After a full semester of adapting to COVID-19 restrictions, academics, and social changes, students prepare to do it all again.
For the first time since 1983, Butler will not raise tuition costs. The freeze will keep tuition at $42,510 for the 2021-22 academic year.
After being informed there would be no exit testing before break, some students started making a plan to stay safe before returning home.