Many Americans will wake up this morning without knowing who their next president will be. As of 5 a.m. on Nov. 4, 2020, the American presidential election remains undecided and may remain that way for days.
Currently, phase 1 of the project is set to be complete by fall 2021. The entire project, set to be finished by 2023, is projected to stay on course for the $100 million budget.
In this month’s president’s perspective, Butler President James Danko talks about the university’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, his hopes and fears for campus during COVID-19 and being bipartisan in an election year.
Fewer options, poor food quality and falsely-labeled items are among the problems that students have had with Butler dining this year.
The second installment of interviews with president Danko includes his perspective on the university’s handling of COVID-19 and several updates on anti-racism efforts.
Meghan Stratton, a junior organizational communication and critical media communication double major, will replace current editor-in-chief Jessica Lee.
More changes in the Department of Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity, the impact of the coronavirus on Butler students abroad in Italy and an update on where the men’s basketball team stands headed into the final week of the regular season.
Built in 1929, the Hospitality House combines historic charm with modern amenities. The English Colonial style mansion has served as a family home, a fraternity house and now guest accommodations.
Butler students react to the unveiling of the school’s new mascot, Butler Blue IV.
This fall, my Perspectives in Leadership class published a book titled “Add a Page or Two: Stories of Butler Bulldogs.” This experience cured my group project cynicism and taught me to lead.