The two issues that have captured the nation’s attention this year are COVID-19 and police brutality — both of which Butler is handling abysmally. If the university does not properly address these pandemics, it will be at the cost of student safety.
On-campus EpiPen training highlights need for awareness
The event, held at Butler’s Health and Recreation Complex, trained Butler students and staff on how and when EpiPens should be used to potentially save a life.
Letter to the Editor: BUPD chief addresses concern over student safety
Chief of Public Safety John Conley addresses concern over student safety.
A timely follow up to concerns of student safety
Opinion Columnist Madeleine Lucchetti investigates the Dawg Alerts following Oct. 17th’s armed robbery
OPINION | Students should take safety seriously
Late Sunday morning, Butler University experienced a lockdown due to the presence of armed robbers on campus. The barrage of updates via text message, phone call and email alerted students of the suspects’ movements from the Atherton Mall toward the camel. Yes, the camel. The alert clearly meant the canal, but one typo turned a…
OPINION | BUPD acted correctly in chase
Butler University students took to social media Sunday—about a camel. During the hunt for an armed man on and around campus, students received a message from Butler University Police Department stating the suspect was seen running “towrad the camel.” I could handle a few misspellings as long as they meant I was staying informed. BUPD…
OPINION | Know your rights when dealing with the police
Students and the rest of the community need to educate themselves about their rights with respect to the police. Last Tuesday, Butler University Police Department released a timely warning about a police impersonator. On Sept. 11, a man claiming to be a police officer stopped a student and had her complete a breathalyzer test.. The…