Jamie Brennan, Butler’s Title IX Coordinator for the past year, is no longer with the university according to an email sent to students on Thursday by Frank Ross, vice president for student affairs.
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?
From Beta, to snow, geese and more, columnist Madeleine Lucchetti highlights the top moments from this Butler school year.
DePauw student protesters speak out about racial, homophobic and religious slurs found on campus during The Office actress’s lecture.
First year student shares her concerns about the Butler administration in reference to the recent resignation of Victim Advocate Sara Minor.
Sara Minor, the victim advocate at Butler University, is voluntarily resigning from the university effective on May 8. This resignation was confirmed by a university spokesperson.
Opinion columnist Doug Roche III shares his ideas on what Atherton Union should offer in the upcoming school year.
Butler likes to call itself a progressive institution, but still brings a problematic speaker like conservative columnist David Brooks to campus. Opinion Columnist Nate Lemen provides his thoughts on the matter.
Opinion Columnist Carl Nelson delves into options college students have for the summer break.