Pair with a tall drip and a sense of humor. Enjoy during breakfast, a boring class, or a spring break flight!
It doesn’t take a genius to see that Jordan Hall is being left for dead. The bulging diapers of rainwater and drainage loom over each stairwell, and several professors have relocated offices due to mold and mildew infestations. This is a national phenomenon, apparently. The years you spend at Butler are seen as means to an end.
“Talking”: you won’t call it a relationship, though, of course, that’s exactly what it is.
Instead of passively waiting for Lambda to decide whether or not to reestablish themselves, Butler is actively coaxing them back onto campus by paying architects and designers to create a feasible vision for the new house.
Who doesn’t love a good Ponzi scheme or multi-level marketer? Assistant Opinion Editor Madeleine Lucchetti reflects on the biggest schemes out there to get people.
In the mystical and mysterious mountains where all back-page astrologists are trained, opinion columnists Andres Salerno and Madeleine Lucchetti have worked for years to perfect the craft of astrology writing.
Lock your bikes, kids. But stop calling 911 on stalkers! It’s just the pizza delivery guy…right? I’m sure the woman who called the police appreciates her situation being treated as a complete joke.
Wondering what Broad Ripple haunts you should check out this weekend? I help you find a bar complementary to your undergraduate pursuits and sad interests.
Welcome to Butler! In wrapping up our Welcome Week activities, it’s time to sort you freshmen into houses.
From Beta, to snow, geese and more, columnist Madeleine Lucchetti highlights the top moments from this Butler school year.