Columnist Doug Roche III dissects why “The Office” is one of the most rewatchable and relatable programs amongst college students.
Technical difficulties and a lack of interest force SGA to push back senate elections.
The IT department’s longtime policy that required students to change their Butler account passwords every 180 days is no longer in effect.
The Butler men’s basketball Big East conference schedule was finally revealed. Here are five games to look out for.
Columnist Nate Lemen expresses concerns about the senior housing environment at Butler University.
Award-winning author, Colson Whitehead, is next in the line-up for Butler’s Visiting Writers Series. His latest novel, “The Underground Railroad,” is the first in 20 years to win both the 2017 Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award.
After Butler University announced last week that it hopes to sell alcohol at future games, the reaction from fans both on and off campus on social media has been mixed.
Former Notre Dame linebacker Douglas Randolph’s lawsuit against Notre Dame for negligence could have been easily avoided if not for unsafe football culture.
Broad Ripple High School is scheduled to close next school year. The closing would effect a Butler English ICR class, Writing in the Schools.
By the time the showcase rolls around, the symphony orchestra will have only had about four weeks to prepare their music, but Soukup is not letting this stop them from putting on a great show.