“We also have a pet mouse,” Horkavi said. “It’s called Morto, he’s got a pretty sick cage, he’s super chill. We got him last week so he’s a new member.”
With the academic year coming to a close, the BUPD advisory group is working to finalize their recommendations in regard to racial discrimination throughout campus and within the police department.
Butler University recently announced its plans for a ‘normal’ on-campus experience in the fall. The email announcement has left many students and professors with mixed reactions.
Butler plans to return to full capacity in person classes and will reinstate breaks for the fall and summer semesters.
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.
With mental health at a low right now due to the pandemic, understanding more about seasonal depression and how to treat it could be more critical than ever before.
Students who were remote this fall are reflecting on their experience this semester and preparing for a spring which will also see some students online and some in person.
COVID-19 has forced the postponement of many trips and events. Butler students planning on studying abroad in the summer of 2020 had their trips canceled and are now faced with the potential further postponement of their trips this summer.
While cases on Butler’s campus have remained relatively low throughout the fall semester, there have been some situations where not only students, but professors have contracted the disease. These cases extend as far back as the spring of 2020.
Butler University sent out an email on October 7 detailing a delay in commencement ceremonies for May, August, and December 2020 graduates. This delay means that this group of graduates is now combined with those students who are set to graduate in the Spring. This new, much larger commencement ceremony, is planned to take place on May 8 and 9.