The University is responding to the stress and fatigue students have been feeling amidst a semester with no breaks by providing a free, one-year subscription to Headspace.
Butler suspends in-person student affairs activities, classes to remain in person
Butler has suspended students from meeting in groups of more than four people, yet classes will remain in person until Nov 24, the original end date of fall semester. Butler currently has 74 positive COVID-19 cases.
Lambda Chi Alpha returns to Butler University; seniors who rushed the fraternity their first year will not
Lambda Chi Alpha will recolonize this fall and will be ready for formal recruitment come spring semester. Construction on their new house will also begin this November and be ready for chapter members to move in January 2021.
Lambda Chi Alpha returns to campus
After only about two years of being suspended off campus, Lambda Chi Alpha will return to campus this fall for recruitment.
Letter to the Editor: Clarifying the future of Starbucks on campus
Frank Ross, Butler vice president for student affairs, writes that the on-campus Starbucks will not be closing.
Student Affairs releases new bias incident reporting form
Like dozens of other colleges in the U.S., Butler created its own bias incident reporting form for members of campus to use.
Aramark out after 20 years at Butler, replaced by Bon Appetit
Frank Ross, vice president of student affairs, announced on Feb. 19 that Bon Appetit will replace Aramark Corporation as Butler University’s new dining partner starting May 13.
Butler director of Greek life no longer at university
Becky Druetzler, director of Greek life, no longer works at Butler University. Frank Ross, vice president for student affairs notified Greek life leaders of her departure via email on Feb. 1.
New diverse learning environments survey announced by Student Affairs
The survey, conducted by University of California Los Angeles, will help to access Butler’s campus climate in comparison to other schools across the country.
Victim Advocate, students: Butler’s sexual assault programming is not the answer
The Butler Community received messages about increased programming for sexual assault awareness month and an outline of a plan to improve the university’s approach surrounding sexual assault. However, the university’s victim advocate and students are skeptical that increased programming will help survivors or change campus culture.