Hispanic Heritage Month is most known for its colorful festivities and roaring patriotism in line with the anniversary of several Latin American independence days. However, for these Hispanic and Latinx students, it is also a time to reaffirm their sense of identity and grow their community
“Shame is what is driving all of this mess in this country,” Julia Whitehead said. Whitehead blames the number of banned books and challenged books in this country on the lack of willingness to communicate in society.
Indiana’s very own Gerry Turner will take the seat as the first Golden Bachelor on Sept. 28.
Sometimes it can be hard to think of what to do for self-care, or how to access free options available on campus. Here is a list of some soothing possibilities.
Whether deciding to stay in and binge fall movies or set up a movie night with some friends, here are some films that could be added to one’s fall binge collection.
“I [see] getting a tattoo as a representation of a moment in time. It [shows] growth because you can look back at it and say, ‘wow, I have grown so much since this tattoo.”
Read about books by romance novelist Emily Henry and what she has planned for next summer’s release.
Butler University prides itself on its continuous growth of the population of students of color. Being a predominantly white institution, Butler is invested in ensuring that these students receive the academic, economic and moral support they need. These students give insight into what finding their Butler experience has been for them.
International students provide a fresh perspective on Butler and share how it compares to their expectations of American university.
This young rising star has released her sophomore album “GUTS”. Here is a deep dive into her new music.