Ultimately, no one can predict what the next couple months may hold, especially with the current rising cases across Indiana. However, Rockwood emphasized that as winter nears, there are a few key steps students should take to maximize their health and the health of those on campus.
Counseling and Consultation Services expert recommends consistency, sleep, exercise, and self-care to deal with both Seasonal Affective Disorder and the winter blues.
Wearing a mask is unavoidable, but the acne that comes from mask-wearing doesn’t have to be. Here are five skincare tips to deal with face mask acne.
Columnist Alexandra Cordill shares the benefits of weightlifting for women.
If you haven’t heard of the Diva Cup, you need to. From saving you time and money to saving the Earth, this product is a game changer for those who experience periods.
Each summer, students find emails in their inbox about the Butler-purchased insurance plan. Enrollment into the plan is automatic, and all but about 350 to 400 students choose to opt out of the plan before the August deadline rolls around. However, for many otherwise uninsured students and international students, waiving the insurance plan is not an option.
Butler University students will have new meal plan options for the upcoming 2019-20 school year. Students not living in a residence hall on campus will have the option to purchase a voluntary meal plan.
Negativity is everywhere, and we are so quick to pick apart everything we encounter. When are we going to say that enough is enough and start changing our mentalities for the better?
Here are a few ways you can begin to take advantage of your mornings and set yourself up for a great day.
ALEXANDRA BODE STAFF REPORTER ABODE@BUTLER.EDU A month and a half ago, students moved into their residences halls, Greek houses, campus apartments and off-campus houses, ready to start the 2013-2014 school year. This means that, for a month and a half, students have been living in close quarters with one another, increasing the risk of health…