In light of recent on-campus protests, Butler students share tips and tricks for protesting and counter-protesting.
Butler University sent out an email on October 7 detailing a delay in commencement ceremonies for May, August, and December 2020 graduates. This delay means that this group of graduates is now combined with those students who are set to graduate in the Spring. This new, much larger commencement ceremony, is planned to take place on May 8 and 9.
While it may be a few months before students and faculty see these changes in action, and Kaltenmark said the best interests of the Butler community are at the forefront of their decision-making.
Butler students are able to see which courses are being offered online and in-person for the spring 2021 semester.
Multimedia Reporter Nicki Clark has campus updates including this years study abroad status, residence life information for next semester and more in this weeks newscast.
While some students believed the event to be an effective way to teach students about protesting, others had concerns about anti-Semitism.
In the age of a pandemic, volunteering now takes place in the form of education so students can use this information and make a greater impact.
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.
The resolution, which passed with a majority in SGA’s senate, was vetoed by SGA’s president in the context of ongoing discussions about police brutality across the country.
Last week, the Center for Global Education informed students of the cancellation, which will affect around 65 people.