Diana Ningen shares the importance of Passover and how Butler will be celebrating.
Hope for a better tomorrow: Butler students attend nationwide Black Lives Matter protests
The Butler Collegian asked several Butler students to write about their experiences protesting around the country.
The madness of Martinsville
Shyam K. Sriram is a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Political Science. This piece questions why cities like Martinsville are allowed to flourish in Indiana, despite their inimical and racist pasts.
We are the work: Fighting sexual assault at Butler University
Shyam K. Sriram is a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Political Science. This opinion piece asks some hard questions about society’s insistence that college-age men have sex. What role should fraternities play in educating their members about consent?
Butler’s tuition increase furthers inequity
Butler’s tuition increase will create exclusion instead of inclusion, and stands in opposition to what the university claims to stand for.
Letter to my perpetrator: I still don’t even know your last name
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.
Eaton: An open letter from a Butler student and lifelong fan
The Butler Way shaped sophomore Zach Eaton’s life before he was a student on campus and starts with his family’s roots at the school. After watching three men’s basketball head coaches leave, he hopes LaVall Jordan is here to stay.
Fruits of our labor: Former editor-in-chief reflects, looks ahead
JULIAN WYLLIE | GUEST COLUMNIST | firstname.lastname@example.org Most memories, while dear to our hearts in the present, may eventually crumble like seed fragments damaged in the dry summer sun. Amazing people, places and times will hopefully stick to our brain cells, but it is nearly impossible to replicate this astounding mix of anxiousness that culminates…
TAYLOR JADE POWELL | DIGITAL MANAGING EDITOR | email@example.com Four years ago, I sat at a computer writing a final column for my high school newspaper. As the editor-in-chief, it was customary for me to bid my farewells and leave the staff and readers with any wisdom (I thought) I had to give. It started as…
Black voices, black pride: Pride personified
CAMERON ALFORD | CONTRIBUTING COLUMNIST Over the course of Black History Month, I attempted to capture the voices of young black students and professionals. Their voices express the pride they have in their heritage. And I have only scratched the surface. This month has seen multiple forms of political stances on race in America. Beyoncé’s…