In a day and age where the cards seem to be stacked against the everyday person, people empathize with characters who defy the system for the greater good.
Butler’s new SOCAH Organization
SOCAH emerged from just a conversation about the representation of people of color in healthcare to a fully-fledged organization working to educate others on important issues.
COVID-19 Vaccine Impact on Students
Some lucky Butler students have been able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine because of their positions as healthcare workers. Cindy Kirkman and Fran Nelson talk about the process they took to receive the vaccine, the side effects they felt afterwards, and why all students should get it once it’s available to the public.
“Women’s work” and female autonomy as political pawns: Trump’s State of the Union
Despite his dismal relationship with women, President Trump attempted to defend his record on women’s issues during his State of the Union address in the face of democratic congresswomen whose very career paths contradict his rhetoric.