What happens on campus is different from what Butler is advertising to students.
How to adult: Mail on campus
Tips for alleviating students’ issues with receiving packages and mail
How resident assistants deal with the effects of residence hall quarantine
Recent incidents of residence hall quarantine on campus shed light on how RAs are personally dealing with the COVID-19 in their halls.
Off-campus exodus: Butler University students move to off-campus housing for the 2020-21 school year
In Fall 2019, 53% of undergraduate students lived in on-campus residence halls and apartments. This semester, however, the number of students living in on-campus housing has dropped to only 45%, the lowest rate in the past decade.
Students speak out about Ross Hall, Irvington House dissonance on campus
Students from Ross and Irvington delve into what they believe are the root causes of discord between the two residence hall groups.
Irvington’s first world problems
The issues at Irvington House may seem unimportant compared to most others, but people just don’t understand the trials that Irvington residents must endure while living in the nicest dorm on campus.
Committee considers renovations to university soft space
Some of Butler University’s soft spaces may soon be receiving a face lift, pending approval by university officials and input by students at an upcoming “furniture fair.” Council on Presidential Affairs Chair Mike Tirman heads the soft space committee, which was put together by CPA to plan and research areas on campus that could be…