Despite the incorrect perpetuation that running on progressive policies cannot do well in Midwestern and other Red states, this year’s midterms showed that the American electorate will respond well to progressive thinking.
As part of our “Impact of 98 Seconds” series, the Butler Collegian is publishing a collection of letters from survivors of sexual assault to their perpetrator. Our hope is to provide survivors with a voice, even if it is anonymous.
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.
Columnist Quintin Meyers shares his favorite dance routines of the year and how they came to enter the mainstream.
“The Impact of 98 Seconds” is releasing the first in a collection of letters from a victim of sexual assault to their perpetrator. The letters are kept anonymous to protect their authors and help them feel comfortable talking about their experiences.
Kevin Durant forsaking his legacy has labeled him as patient zero for the “win now” plague that has been continually affecting the league.
Personally, I will be relieved when the election cycle is over, but until then, Republicans are in a strong position to keep control of the Senate for the next two years.
College students have a lot on their minds. We have due dates, deadlines, internships to apply for and our entire futures to worry about. Apparently, now we have the responsibility of worrying about our nation’s entire future as well.
We’ve all heard about it. Some of us live it, some of us can’t get far enough away from it. Here’s an article that lays out the who’s who in Butler’s thrift culture.
Students of color at a predominately white institution shouldn’t feel obligated to speak on every political or social issue.