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Butler summer housing to be in the Apartment Village this year

Butler summer housing to be in the Apartment Village this year

Students have multiple options for living on or near campus over the summer. This year, on-campus housing will be in the Apartment Village, instead of ResCo, where students have lived during summers in the past.

My neighbor is a Trip… No, literally!

Photo courtesy of Madi McGuire. MADI MCGUIRE | OPINION COLUMNIST | mjmcguir@butler.edu As a sophomore, I am fortunate to live in Apartment Village after the big Fairview over-packing controversy. If you never lived in Ross or Schwitzer Hall, I cannot explain to you how exciting it is to have my own room, a single shower

Diversity, excitement and concern: a glance at Butler’s newest class

ALEXANDRA BODE Staff Reporter   Butler University welcomed a record-breaking class last weekend. It was not size, but the group’s diversity which put it in the school’s history books. The class of 2017 is the most ethnically and geographically diverse freshman class to date. Of the 1,025 new students,  14.4 percent label themselves as “multicultural,”

STAFF EDITORIAL | Before expansion, consider the impact

Approximately 1,100 first-year students poured onto Butler University’s campus Saturday to begin their studies. The record-breaking freshman class comes with plenty of potential, vibrancy and energy. Still, the ever-expanding enrollment could end up forcing administrators to cut corners in facilities, infrastructure and student life. Housing, parking and budget allocations have all caused strife on campus

OPINION | Housing options fail to solve larger problems

Butler University’s freshman class of 2016 is the largest class in the university’s history. While this is a reason for Butler to celebrate, it is also a cause for concern: the university has a housing problem. Student housing options, including apartments at Christian Theological Seminary and rooms at Homestead Suites, have been offered to upper

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