Tag Archives: Inclusivity

The communal responsibility of disability advocacy

The communal responsibility of disability advocacy

“We can only begin to accomplish change when the burden of education no longer falls on those who are most affected.”

Decolonizing academia means everyone can tell their own story

Changes to the Core curriculum to include more diverse voices will help validate these voices and give students an education that employers are looking for. Columnist Emma Beavins discusses the decolonization of academia and how it can allow you to tell your own story, too.

UNIVERSITY RESPONSE | A message to Butler from President Danko about inclusivity

University President Jim Danko wrote the following message to the entire campus December 1. Dear Butler University Students, Faculty and Staff: According to our Statement of Guiding Principles, at Butler University we work toward respect and dignity for all individuals in our community and aim to promote an open and tolerant environment for voicing opinions.

OPINION | Be religiously inclusive and fair

In an increasingly global world, awareness of religious variety practiced in our country is important. Christianity is still the primary religion practiced by United States citizens. Of the 35,000 citizens the Pew Forum surveyed in 2007, more than 78 percent identified themselves as Christians. Butler University promotes diversity among its faculty and students, at least