Editor-in-Chief Alexis Price gives her final farewell to readers as she looks back at her last four years with the Butler Collegian.
Fortunately — or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it — this university has no shortage of cliches and campus staples. The only question is, which one are you?
In the final episode of Butlertology this season, Josh and Josh wrap up the year by taking a look at their best moments from this year in Butler sports.
Host Kennedy Aiman gives viewers an inside look at the top stories from the Collegian this week. Stories include a potential pay increase for the SGA President, the money Butler earned from the NCAA Tournament, a preview at the final visiting writer of the year and a hot take about commencement speaker David Brooks.
After food mishaps were reported by the Collegian, Butler University announces changes for food preparations as well as more food options for students.
Josh Doering and Josh Mullenix recap the latest in Butler sports, featuring updates from the baseball, softball, lacrosse and the tennis teams. Also, golfer Kelsey McDougall sits down and talks about her love of the game and how she got here.
After 19 years at Butler, cheer coach Jamie Troyer is no longer affiliated with Butler University. No reason was given as to why, and cheerleaders said they feel like they are in the dark regarding their former coach.
Anne Flaherty, Doug Howell and Karla Cunningham are no longer employed at Butler University, according to an email sent to Resident Assistants this evening.
Butler Collegian reporter Chloe Sell hopped into Butler’s form of public transportation, Dawg Ride, to get a better idea of the driver that hauls students around every weekend.
Between Feb. 20 and Feb. 27, BUPD reported 14 instances of crime on or related to Butler’s campus. Reports included vandalism, unlawful entry, and theft from a building as well as three separate incidents in Resco.