As a predominantly white institution, the racial implications of blackface may not be something that you spend a lot of time thinking about, so before I continue, and if you take nothing else away from this, it has to be said: don’t ever wear blackface. Ever.
In recent events, this country has displayed a terrifying apathy— which often crosses into outright animosity— toward women who have the courage to come forward and talk about the traumas that they have suffered through, often in silence, for years.
Columnist Bridget early delves into the issues surrounding the changes to Holcomb Gardens and the issues surrounding the gardens in their current transition period.
The malice and aggression that suffocates most politically-charged public events was absent. Perhaps, this is due to the maturity and poignant power dynamic of student organizers.
Columnist Bridget Early talks about the new SJD core requirement and what it means for Butler as a whole campus community.
Columnist Bridget Early explores what love means to various Butler students.
Columnist Bridget Early explores opinions on Donald Trump one year into his presidency.
Columnist Bridget Early examines the joys and challenges of life as a Butler RA.
Assistant opinion editor Austin Klawitter stops by to discuss what is coming this week in the opinion section, which features a column about RA life and a follow up column on campus safety.
Columnist Bridget Early examines Butler athletes’ perspectives on the NFL “take a knee” protests.