Trending fall fashion styles for 2020, where to find them and what Butler students recommend.
The firepits are not only keeping students warm, but they are also bringing them closer together. This setup has created a welcoming atmosphere in which students can spend time eating, studying or just relaxing with friends.
In honor of Veterans Day, take a look at Butler graduate and member of the WASPs, Madge Minton.
A group of Ormanovich’s residents come together to raise money and show support by selling CalStrong bracelets
The jazz studies major was approaching its sixth year as an approved major when tragedy, also known as COVID-19, struck. Faced with the necessity of budget cuts, Jordan College of the Arts lost their adjunct faculty, many of which taught in the jazz department.
Despite the pandemic, the Nutcracker will still be performed and available for viewing via livestream. Photo by Claire Runkel. ALEX LINDSEY | STAFF REPORTER | email@example.com Every holiday season, the Butler community gathers in Clowes Memorial Hall to watch Butler ballet’s performance of “The Nutcracker” to get in the festive spirit. This year however, they…
Dating on its own is fairly complicated but when you throw in masks, a six feet physical buffer and the fear of catching a deadly virus, it becomes all the more daunting — but it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few creative tips for dating in a pandemic.
Senior anthropology major Michaela Ivory shares her involvement with Sigma Gamma Rho and the Diversity Center, and how these organizations have impacted her time at Butler.
On Oct. 30, Ariana Grande released her album, “Positions.” Butler students react and rate this pop star’s new album.
Right now, the scariest part of the spooky season is continuing to avoid contracting COVID-19. The options are slim, so what exactly can students do this year?