What it means to be visibly marginalized at a predominantly white university.
Muslim Student Association hosts campus-wide “fast-a-thon”
Butler students learn about Ramadan together by fasting and celebrating iftar.
Students continue to practice religion on campus amid COVID-19
With important religious holidays coming up for many groups on campus, navigating these services during covid has been difficult.
Amy Coney Barrett is the justice for white cisgender men
Barrett’s nomination is a divisive political move that attempts to fill Justice Ginsburg’s seat with someone in diametric opposition to her strong ideals.
Van Jones headlines CTS event ‘Uncomfortable Truths, Healing Impact’
Van Jones comes to Butler and delivers powerful messages alongside Indianapolis leaders to discuss race, religion, and class.
On Created Equal, co-optation and administrative response
Let’s be clear: it’s well-documented that Butler was aware of Created Equal’s plan to come in advance, and the group is known for their provocative measures. Instead of prioritizing student awareness on very our own campus, Butler knowingly let down their community in the process.
Butler’s new all-female religious group brings Delight to campus
The women-only Christian organization works to set itself apart from other groups on campus.
Freshmen impact religious groups
NATALIE SMITH STAFF REPORTER Despite their respective differences, Butler University’s religious clubs have in common one thing beyond coexistance: The phrase “Holy freshmen.” Butler’s religious organizations felt the impact of the class of 2017. Membership increased more than usual this year. Matt O’Brien, a junior and member of Cru, a Christian organization on campus, said…
OPINION | Campus should discuss faith issues
Even though faith and religion are two topics often avoided in everyday conversation, they ought to be conversed about more often in our society. These conversations should not be confined to news outlets and should also be discussed in everyday passing. Butler University students would benefit by talking with friends, classmates, professors or family members…
OPINION | Be religiously inclusive and fair
In an increasingly global world, awareness of religious variety practiced in our country is important. Christianity is still the primary religion practiced by United States citizens. Of the 35,000 citizens the Pew Forum surveyed in 2007, more than 78 percent identified themselves as Christians. Butler University promotes diversity among its faculty and students, at least…