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Board of Trustees hold April meeting: Broadcasting students recognized, Union moves to traditional bargaining among others

The Board of Trustees meets every month on the second Tuesday. The April meeting was held Tuesday, April 12 at 4:30 p.m. in the Dankert Trustee Board Room of the Welcome Center. The call to order began promptly at 4:30 p.m. followed by the pledge of allegiance and approval of agenda. The meeting began with… Continue reading Board of Trustees hold April meeting: Broadcasting students recognized, Union moves to traditional bargaining among others

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Deputy police chief honors veterans: Clayton offers ways the public can help

Butler Lantern “Since 1776, no single generation of Americans has been spared the responsibility of defending and protecting our fundamental freedoms,” Kim Krull, the president of Butler, said, welcoming those in attendance to today’s Veteran’s Day Ceremony. “More than 48 million Americans have proudly worn our country’s uniform and served in the armed forces. And more… Continue reading Deputy police chief honors veterans: Clayton offers ways the public can help

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Students reflect on Covid vaccine

Cynthia Nava Lantern Staff Among Kansans, 2.7 million have been vaccinated, 959,000 are fully vaccinated, or 32.9% of the state’s population, according to Our World in Data. Leading scientists believe it may be difficult to reach herd immunity though if more people do not get vaccinated. According to a New York Times article, “Continued immunizations,… Continue reading Students reflect on Covid vaccine

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Employees invited to VPA open forum: Nevill speaks of the importance of IT, digital learning, supporting students through technology

Maya Hall Editor-in-Chief Tom Nevill, a Springfield, Illinois, native, was the third of three candidates invited by the college to meet with employees at an open forum in El Dorado on Friday, April 23. President Kim Krull first introduced Nevill, then went on to list his qualifications and achievements before having him come up to the… Continue reading Employees invited to VPA open forum: Nevill speaks of the importance of IT, digital learning, supporting students through technology

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Employees invited to VPA open forum: Andreo speaks of Butler’s success, desire to be a part of the family

Lantern Staff Eddie Andreo, an associate vice president for Distance Learning at Cowley College, was the second of three candidates invited by the college to meet with employees at an open forum today. President Kim Krull first welcomed Andreo to the open forum held on the El Dorado campus.  “I feel comfortable enough calling you… Continue reading Employees invited to VPA open forum: Andreo speaks of Butler’s success, desire to be a part of the family

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Employees invited to VPA open forum: Ferguson speaks of Butler’s strengths, challenges audience

Lantern Staff Stephanie Ferguson, a Lancaster, Pennsylvania, native, was among the first of three candidates invited by the college to meet with employees at an open forum today. After she was introduced by President Kim Krull, Ferguson spoke about her background and qualifications. Prior to her applying for the position at the college, Ferguson had… Continue reading Employees invited to VPA open forum: Ferguson speaks of Butler’s strengths, challenges audience

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Butler Community College Update regarding the Coronavirus

In an email sent by Dr. Kim Krull, she explained that Butler’s Critical Incident Management Team decided that even though there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases on any Butler campus that Spring Break will be extended by one week to March 27. During this time, offices on each campus location will be open. Beginning March… Continue reading Butler Community College Update regarding the Coronavirus