A guide to resources on campus in wake of SB1 going into effect on Sept. 15.
Access denied: Failing to prep our students on abortion post-Roe v. Wade
With Roe v. Wade being overturned, we need actual action from our university, and we must demand more.
Biden fails to make good on zero deportation promise
The promised 100-day moratorium on deportations has been struck down by a Texas judge and immigration business continues as usual.
Butler political clubs work together through joint events with a new focus on bipartisanship
Political clubs on campus have stepped up efforts in recent months to make cooperation and bipartisanship a key part of their club platforms.
Butler’s response to the Capitol insurrection and student reactions
Students seek a solution to division and what Butler can do to help.
Students react to President Biden’s first two weeks in office
Butler students expressed hope that the Biden administration will be able to heal a deeply divided country.
Ask Abby: How to Thanksgiving with your family post-election
I think you should skip your family’s Thanksgiving and come to my Friendsgiving instead. It’s Bring Your Own Mask, and there will be more than enough food to go around. Fair warning though, if a Thanksgiving dinner that is both gluten- and meat-free is more offensive to you than your distant cousins’ political beliefs, you may just want to bite the bullet and go home instead.
The Notorious R.B.G.: Remembering a complicated champion of women’s rights
It’s possible to keep Ginsburg’s faults in mind while simultaneously mourning the very real loss of a person whose entire career focused on protecting women and the queer community. It’s vital that we remember her individual activism as flawed and narrow, while acknowledging that rights and freedoms we take for granted could be lost without her.
Keeping the fight alive
Hearing the news that Bernie Sanders suspended his presidential campaign operations was devestating. But his supporters now have a clear mission going forward: don’t give up the fight for progressive reform.
Remember the coronavirus in November
I worry that the facts about this pandemic will be largely forgotten, reducing them — like most facts apparently — to supposedly partisan talking points.