New Year’s resolutions draw many Dawgs back to the gym, but some — like me — need a little extra encouragement.
How to De-Stress During Finals Week
Multimedia reporter Stasia Raebel lists ways to stay calm during finals week.
Butler’s Health and Recreation Complex is open with new safety protocols in place
The HRC is open for users with new safety protocols including a reservation system, mandatory masks and socially distanced equipment.
HRC sauna, broken since mid-January, expected to be fixed over spring break
Frequent users of the sauna in the HRC may be disappointed until after spring break. The sauna broke in mid-January after someone poured water onto the heating unit.
Student employees take on new responsibilities at HRC
The HRC has yet to replace Kristyn Watts, former assistant director of recreation and wellness for aquatics and operations, leaving student employees to take on extra responsibilities.
HRC’s new mural of Hinkle Fieldhouse to be completed this weekend
Director of recreation hopes to turn HRC space into a hangout spot for students with new mural.
Unwrapping the sex stigma: Get Yourself Tested Kickoff
Butler University’s Health Education and Outreach Programs, and Peers Advocating Wellness for Students hosted GYT Kickoff Sept. 4. GYT takes place the first Tuesday of every month with free testing provided by Damien Center and Bell Flower Clinic.
High rates of heroin use reported
Heroin use is on the rise among college-aged people in the Indianapolis area. According to Butler University Police Department Detective Bruce Allee, heroin is present on Butler’s campus but less than state school campuses. “The scary thing about heroin is that an experienced addict can appear to be functioning,” Allee said. “They will graduate college…
Campus engineer plans green improvements
Butler University is continuing to identify energy improvements on campus with the welcoming of Amanda Doenges, the new campus engineer. Upcoming projects include lighting controls and daylight sensors in the front lobby and the weightlifting and pool areas of the Health and Recreation Complex. The sensors will dim or turn lights off that are not…
Butler stresses out, study shows
The results on mental health from the National College Health Assessment Survey offered to Butler students last spring are being used to help plan programming and outreach. The survey had 436 respondents—69.7 percent female and 29.4 percent male. The survey’s mental health questions asked if students felt a certain way within the last 12 months.…