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.
Several academic offices have relocated to Jordan Hall first floor.
Several rooms in Jordan Hall opened up after College of Education moved to South Campus. This new space now allows students to pray and meditate.
This Friday, April 13, nearly 500 presentations will take place at the 30th annual Undergraduate Research Conference.
Between Feb. 20 and Feb. 27, BUPD reported 14 instances of crime on or related to Butler’s campus. Reports included vandalism, unlawful entry, and theft from a building as well as three separate incidents in Resco.
Though the deal is not yet on paper, President Danko and CTS President Matthew Boulton discuss a partnership between the two schools. Butler would buy a large portion of CTS campus, and Butler’s College of Education would relocate.
From fountain hopping to bubbling, Star Fountain has been the focus of many lasting memories for Butler students. Today, it stands out as a black eye on campus. While undergoing maintenance over the summer, a construction worker accidentally backed his pickup truck into the fountain, knocking several pieces of limestone loose. Junior Rachel Head, a…