The consultants met with members of SGA to get anonymous feedback and examine the organization’s structure. The group will create a report based on their analysis and are expected to announce their findings towards the beginning of 2020.
SGA will use giveaways and signups to provide a small number of tickets for about five concerts every semester.
SGA and Uber partnership provides students with free rides to three Indianapolis resource centers and discounted rides to Kroger in Broad Ripple.
As Uber launches a partnership with Butler University, columnist Emma Beavins brings you a little knowledge on the company running in the red.
The lecture, focusing on the realities of drug addiction, will be at 7:30 p.m. March 26 in Clowes Memorial Hall.
SGA’s Student Initiatives Board plans to continue adding more water filtration stations around campus in the upcoming semesters.
SGA’s recently-amended constitution includes changes to the election process and organizational structure.
SGA Senate’s BUPD Committee organized an event with CHAARG, a women’s fitness group on campus, where BUPD officers taught students self-defense. The event included tips on how to prevent an attack and how to ward off an attacker.
In response to student feedback, Dawg Ride services will now be available Monday through Sunday during a five-week trial period.
On Sept. 20, the Student Government Association, in conjunction with the Butler University Police Department, hosted a town hall meeting in Irvington House to address recent campus safety concerns.