Created to help Butler students during times of unforeseen financial crisis, the Emergency Assistance Fund has received an increase of applications in the past month.
On-campus organizations are trying to maintain a connection with the student-body despite not being able to gather in-person.
Find out more about the Student Government Association presidential and vice presidential candidates, their platforms and how to vote.
Malin Peterson, student body president, and Farrah Goodall, executive vice president, looks forward to continuing past campaign promises. The two students took their new roles after Sam Varie, the previous president, resigned.
Sam Varie, SGA student body president, stepped down from his position on Jan. 15 to join Pete for America’s campaign. Malin Peterson, SGA executive vice president, will fill his vacancy.
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.