I get it, most people simply don’t possess the overwhelming psychic power that it takes to accurately read vibes. But I do. So, I present to you the definitive and factual ranking of Butler’s academic buildings based on their vibes.
If you’ve ever been in need of a good cry but you were unsure of where to go, look no further.
Over the past year and a half, Pam Crea has sought assistance for an ongoing illness through the HR department at Butler, and has been misguided at every turn. Her medically-advised requests for relocation were denied. The university’s response to her plea was simple and inflexible: no administrative assistant may be separated from their department.
Upon my daily entry into Jordan Hall, I am confronted with an array of scents. These prominent sensations permeate the halls and classrooms, and I cannot help but notice them.
A Dawg Alert notified students that Jordan Hall was closed due to smoke.
There is still construction in the west tower of Jordan, and students are upset about it.
The roof of Jordan Hall is undergoing an in-depth repair due to water leaks. The east tower stairwell between the second and third floor is split in two halves, one side for traffic and one side blocked for construction, as a result.
Despite quick repairs in the CSD labs and clinic rooms in Jordan Hall, Fairbanks, Gallahue Hall and Starbucks experienced their own water leaks.
Water damage due to flooding in the academic building’s basement has caused over 10 class sections to be relocated.
The Student Government Association Student Initiative Board has installed several new pieces of furniture in the hallways and landings of Jordan Hall.