Multimedia Reporter Tori Dennis takes a closer look at how students have been living at University Terrace.
Butler university operations staff face minor adjustments to follow COVID-19 guidelines.
When the fire alarm went off in the basement of Jordan Hall on March 15, Kevin Weingartner couldn’t scurry up the stairs with the rest of his Butler University classmates who smirked at the buzzing drone, and were thankful to leave class a few minutes early.
Administrators closed Lilly Hall on Monday night after more than four inches of raw sewage flooded the building’s basement, which administrators said created a potential biohazard. By Tuesday morning, regularly scheduled classes went on as usual, although bathrooms and running water were unavailable. The reason for the foul problem was that the sewage ejection pump…