Art Levin, professor emeritus, comments on an article published on Feb. 14, 2017.
Columnist Kathleen Berry examines the continuity and change in business attire for college students over time.
Columnist Madi McGuire meets up with our new campus dietician Kristine Sullivan to discuss vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free food options in our dining courts.
Columnist Douglas Roche gives readers insight on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle during college both physically and mentally as the semester draws nearer to its end.
Columnist Austin Klawitter discusses the impact of the new Secretary of Education on school systems with the help of members from our College of Education.
Columnist Jenna Voris recounts her experience of attending a “Valentine’s Day Tinder date” with the Indiana State House, where a new bill was being heard about student journalist protection and media censorship.
Columnist and resident of Ross Hall Douglas Roche explains his own and his fellow residents’ feelings toward the mysterious vandalism that continues to take place of the exit signs in Ross and the fines all residents will ultimately have to share if the vandalism doesn’t stop.
Columnist Madi McGuire finally got her meeting with President Danko and offers an exclusive insight here to our president’s day-to-day.
Opinion editors Carissa Marquardt and Maria Rapisarda recount the Unity Walk put on by Butler’s Muslim Students Association on Feb. 4, 2017, in an effort to unify the campus after the tumultuous first few weeks of Trump’s administration.
Do you ever find yourself thinking someone with different political beliefs from your own is evil? Columnist Douglas Roche explains why he feels that is problematic.