“Whether attending a party in a Greek house, a dorm or off campus, it is important to remember that safety should always come first, and having an absolute blast should be a close second.”
“Instead of being forced to isolate by mandated government shutdowns, students are now choosing to isolate of their own volition — and hurting their development as young adults in the process.”
“Although, at the end of the day, sexual misconduct is never the fault of the victim, proper education can help to combat a culture that overwhelmingly prioritizes harmful, patriarchal ideas of sex and romance.”
Our experiences serve as a catalyst, and our passion for change has sustained us.
At the start of the semester, BUPD has sent an email about how to stay safe on and off campus.
I definitely feel like I can’t walk alone
Multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten asked students around campus thoughts on their safety as young women and ways they make themselves feel more comfortable at times.
At Butler University, students rely on the Butler University Police Department to keep the campus safe. Chief John Conley provides updates about the current operations of BUPD.
After being informed there would be no exit testing before break, some students started making a plan to stay safe before returning home.
Multimedia Reporter Mave Van Etten gives a break down on how to use the HRC while also having a safe work out.