The always satirical Madeleine Lucchetti reflects on her time at Butler and all the joy and freedoms it brought as she made light of any situation.
Natalie Carter and Karen Thickstun are to receive the Women of Distinction Award on April 25. No student was nominated this year.
Bruce Arick, vice president for finance and administration, said Butler is not sure whether Scotty’s Dawghouse is staying on campus.
Protective mother or terrifying monster — either way, the goose is back. The Canada goose has once again made her nest on the second-floor ledge of Irwin library like last year.
There is one additional constant in their editing process, though, reliable and sturdy, that I have come to anticipate with trepidation: our editors will go through and, without fail, remove a few of the words that they deem to simply be “too much.”
When it comes to leaving the Collegian, it’s not that I lack the sentiment; but after four years of studying journalism, I’m missing the words to properly express what this paper has meant to me.
The Collegian sports staff voted on the 10 best moments in Butler sports this year.
Columnist Douglas Roche III takes a break from his research paper to dissect the notorious procrastination habits haunting him through his academic endeavors.
The Bulldogs will compete against eight other teams.
Jessica Lee, a junior strategic communication and political science double major, will be the next editor-in-chief of the Butler Collegian.