Greek life is often lauded as a place to foster long-lasting relationships, but these communities are also criticized as inaccessible for many demographics, including people who do not identify with the gender binary.
The joys of coed living
Living coed allows students to live with the people they want to and make the most out of their time at Butler.
Butler implements new BUPD advisory board in response to policing concerns
While it may be a few months before students and faculty see these changes in action, and Kaltenmark said the best interests of the Butler community are at the forefront of their decision-making.
Diversity Center is hiring three new positions
After recent staffing changes and about a month without a director, the Diversity Center will be hiring three new positions to help reach students and faculty.
Creation of new Social Justice and Diversity requirement a step towards inclusivity
Columnist Bridget Early talks about the new SJD core requirement and what it means for Butler as a whole campus community.
Painter brings life to Clowes lobby
For Gayla Hodson, painting is an intuitive experience—not one bound by technique and structure. Hodson is a local artist whose art is currently within walking distance. On display at Clowes Memorial Hall until Sunday as part of the Art @ Clowes program, Hodson’s exhibit entitled “Inclusion,” is a combination of pieces from the past seven…