Expectations for the respective processes of fraternities and sororities during recruitment are consistently inconsistent, leading to frustration among some members of the Greek community.
Butler suspends in-person student affairs activities, classes to remain in person
Butler has suspended students from meeting in groups of more than four people, yet classes will remain in person until Nov 24, the original end date of fall semester. Butler currently has 74 positive COVID-19 cases.
Administration implements harsh shaming tactics, heightening COVID-19 confusion
“I understand the instincts on trying to crack down on parties,” Marcus said. “But threatening and punishing students for socializing is not going to help with public health efforts on campuses.”
Butler to open new Plum Market Nov. 15
Another dining option will be available starting Nov. 15.
Letter to the Editor: Clarifying the future of Starbucks on campus
Frank Ross, Butler vice president for student affairs, writes that the on-campus Starbucks will not be closing.
Who has power?: Butler students react to hate speech in Atherton Union
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.
Ross Hall to remain open for 2019-20 academic year
The projected numbers for the Class 2023 have forced Butler to leave Ross Hall open for another year.
Bug found in Atherton food, second incident in under five months
Another bug was found on a piece of broccoli in the Atherton dining hall on Aug. 30, the second occurrence in just under five months.
Students react to sweeping dining changes
Changes will affect meal plan options, locations for Dawg Buck usage and Butler’s contract with Aramark.
Student Affairs announces new Butler dining policies
Vice President for Student Affairs Frank Ross announced on Aug. 24 that several changes are coming to Butler’s dining services, including revamped hours, menus and a new service provider in the near future.