Modifications to Butler’s mask requirement in non-classroom spaces will go into effect on Jan. 3, and masks will no longer be required in Hinkle Fieldhouse and the Butler Arts and Event Center facilities starting Oct. 29.
As another fall during the COVID-19 pandemic approaches, it is crucial that the Butler community tries to stop the spread. Pandemic fatigue may prolong it.
As Butler returns to pre-pandemic activities, students, faculty and staff are still required to wear masks indoors when in the presence of others.
Multimedia Reporter Alexis Wallman asks music students how they dress and what is so unique about their style.
Aside from being Collegian editors, we are also hosts at restaurants who are sick of telling people to put on their masks and follow basic COVID-19 guidelines. Here are some tips, based on experiences, on how to be respectful restaurant customers during COVID-19.
Indoor study spaces are not as safe to utilize on campus. Butler needs to implement more outdoor spaces on campus for students.
Multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten talked to students and RA’s about how they have been adapting to social distancing in on-campus housing.
Collegian reporter Catalina Gallegos has an exciting new update about Butler’s fall semester. Multimedia reporter Alexis Wallman takes a look at what masks students will be wearing on campus.
Butler students Nadia Issa, Vicki Turner and Claire Porter share tips and tricks for how to incorporate masks into her fashionable looks, as well as student small businesses to support.
Wearing a mask is unavoidable, but the acne that comes from mask-wearing doesn’t have to be. Here are five skincare tips to deal with face mask acne.