Seniors from the editorial board share their thoughts and experiences from their past years on the Butler Collegian.
Multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten asked students around campus thoughts on their safety as young women and ways they make themselves feel more comfortable at times.
Multimedia reporter Alexis Wallman asked junior Biology student Bridget Costello her thoughts on the new renovations to the science complex.
Multimedia reporter Catalina Gallegos reports about how spring sports will be looking differently this year and a weather report in this weeks newscast.
While women are not precluded from joining the on-court management program, they are discouraged from applying — being directed instead to back-office work
1940 Butler graduate Thomas Harding, who almost broke MLB’s color barrier, is America’s most forgotten Black pioneer.
It may be hard to appreciate those extra few pounds or newfound lack of motivation, I’m here to tell you why you should.
Four years after attending my first Collegian meeting, it’s finally time to put a knot in this part of my life, to tuck the pieces beneath my warp strings and move on with something in its place. It’s certainly easier said than done, trying to extricate myself from this glorious tangle of newspaper twine and Slack threads.
Butler Collegian sports editor Drew Favakeh talks about what led him to Butler, and why the Butler Collegian will always hold a special place in his heart
Editor-in-Chief Meghan Stratton reflects on four years at The Collegian and finally gets to share her stories behind the published articles