Butler protocol institutes a 10 day quarantine with three days of testing throughout
An educator and administrator, Morris leaves an impact on the Butler community.
By testing asymptomatic students every three weeks, Butler aims to gather more information with which to combat the virus.
Students seek a solution to division and what Butler can do to help.
Sororities plan to have an entirely virtual recruitment, while fraternities opted for a hybrid model.
Counseling and Consultation Services has seen an impact on student mental health based on the presidential election, which is unlikely to calm down soon.
The donation will allow for a more effective space for the Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability as well as funding for paid student fellow leadership positions.
Students are eating, studying, and taking classes outside because of COVID-19, but winter is right around the corner.
Butler students registered in Marion County can vote in person before or on Nov. 3.
Students will no longer have a spring break to avoid interstate contact, but will have a longer winter break between semesters.