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Atherton roof construction to be complete April 2018

Atherton roof construction to be complete April 2018

Construction on Atherton’s roof will continue in the spring semester. The building’s flat roof must be updated every 20 years.

Students in charge of funding organizations

Butler University student organizations are for the students by the students, and the process to receive funding is no different. Any recognized student organization does not necessarily receive funding from the university, Caroline Huck-Watson, PuLSE Office director, said. It is the student organization’s responsibility to look for sources for funding. One way student organizations can

Organization gets denied

A prospective student organization was denied endorsement by the Student Government Association last Wednesday, and is up for appeal today. The National Society for Leadership and Success was presented before SGA executives and was denied endorsement. SGA Assembly will now listen to the NSLS’s presentation, and will vote to pass it or not. If the

Member involvement key to student organizations’ vitality, active status

With more than 140 student organizations on campus to choose from, Butler University students may find a club they are involved in declared inactive at some point during their Butler careers. Julie Pakenham, associate director of the PuLSE Office, said the most common reason that clubs are declared inactive by the PuLSE Office is because

Independents hope to improve, increase student involvement

Vice President for Student Affairs Levester Johnson addressed the difference in involvement between Greek and non-Greek students at the most recent town hall, and it has caused a buzz among students. The university has conducted no formal studies, but  it seems as though it is widely-held idea that Greek students are more involved with leadership

Independents need more ownership of Homecoming

Last Tuesday the Homecoming theme for 2011 was announced, teams were paired, and celebrations were had. However, only one component is still missing: an Independent Council team. We at The Butler Collegian think the exclusion of an IC team from Homecoming is unfair. Butler University administrators need to give independents more ownership of Homecoming and