News editor Sorell Grow has to say goodbye to her four years working for The Butler Collegian, but isn’t sure the best way to do so.
The 1993 Butler University graduate spoke Feb. 17 in the Johnson Room in Robertson Hall about her role as founder and editor of MLK50: Justice Through Journalism, a nonprofit online news platform that produces journalism that “disrupts the status quo,” as she described it.
Butler University has filed a lawsuit against the Metro Diner restaurant chain over the sudden March 4 closing of the on-campus Sunset Avenue diner location. The case was filed against Florida-based Metro Diner LLC and MD Midwest LLC and MD Original LLC — which are affiliates of the diner chain — on Oct. 31, according to a case summary.
Administrators, alumni, trustees of the university and current students launched Butler Beyond, a comprehensive fundraising campaign with a goal to raise $250 million by May 2022, at Clowes Memorial Hall on Oct. 5.
Gallahue Hall, which has not been renovated since its construction in 1973, will become connected with Holcomb Building to create one, state-of-the-art science complex in 18 months.
After Scotty’s Dawghouse, the last standing tenant in the Sunset Avenue parking garage, closed this summer, the University has signed a new restaurant to occupy the space. The restaurant is expected to open by the end of October.
Catalina and Nicki highlight construction projects on campus, Jake and Chelsea look back at the week in sports and news editor Sorell Grow discusses her story on the anniversary of 9/11.
Every year since 9/11, Butler students — and students at every other university in the nation — have typically been part of a generation that was alive when the attacks happened. But this year’s first-year class is the last of this generation.
Assistant news editor Sorell Grow discusses with Kennedy Aiman heating issues on Butler’s campus, Butler online courses and the recent announcement of the top-100 students.