Co-multimedia editor Ethan Polak has the latest on President Danko’s State of the University address as well as the next big events happening at the Butler Arts and Events Center. Multimedia reporter Eva Hallman also caught up with the Butler football head coach to discuss their recent success.
Multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten reports about President Danko’s annual Halloween party at his house.
Danko shares his thoughts on campus returning to a normal semester, the mask mandate and other potential COVID-19 restrictions, and changes in the Diversity Center.
An IndyStar article and “Letter to the Editor” responding to a sexual assault that occurred on Butler’s campus in fall 2016 spark student concern over the university’s response.
Butler President James Danko published a statement Friday night in response to the news cycle this week that involved a Butler sexual assault case.
On Jan. 29, news surfaced about a sexual assault that occurred on Butler’s campus in fall 2016. That evening, President James Danko released a statement about sexual violence. Students respond in a letter to the editor.
A past Butler University student filed a civil rights complaint after she claims the university did not inform her of her options following her case of sexual assault. Members of the Butler community respond after the story broke in the Indianapolis Star on Jan. 29.
Though the deal is not yet on paper, President Danko and CTS President Matthew Boulton discuss a partnership between the two schools. Butler would buy a large portion of CTS campus, and Butler’s College of Education would relocate.
Marais Jacon-Duffy | Editor-in-Chief Butler staff members discussed dissatisfaction with recent reclassification of their jobs at today’s staff assembly meeting. Reclassification requires staff members’ jobs to be reevaluated and potentially changed from salary to hourly pay or a change in overtime exemption. Additionally, all hourly paid employees are now paid bi-weekly rather than monthly. Staff grievances…
By: Marais Jacon-Duffy Editor-in-Chief University President James Danko highlighted progress made and progress yet to be made in his State of the University address this morning. He discussed issues such as sexual assault, Butler’s move to the Big East, new facilities and construction on campus, changes in administrative positions and also addressed an article published in…