A spending cap on the service was reached the weekend following spring break, requiring students to pay out of pocket.
In Indianapolis, a city with no metro system and limited bus lines, the departure of BlueIndy left many Butler students at the mercy of their friends with cars.
SGA and Uber partnership provides students with free rides to three Indianapolis resource centers and discounted rides to Kroger in Broad Ripple.
As Uber launches a partnership with Butler University, columnist Emma Beavins brings you a little knowledge on the company running in the red.
Student body president Sam Varie announced a partnership with the ride-share service, Uber, to take students to resource centers and a grocery store off campus.