The Butler Collegian accepts letters to the editor from all members of the Butler community. Additionally, The Butler Collegian does not aim to push messaging in any of its news coverage. Dear Butler Community, Over the past few weeks, Butler students all over campus have heard about issues related to Palestine and Israel. You may…
Now, we are asking you, as members of the Butler community, as constituents of SGA senators, and as people who believe in social justice, equality and freedom for all people — stand with us.
After listening to student feedback, we have realized that not everyone is aware of what all Butler Dining has to offer. I want to make sure that the student body has all the information about what options are available to them, with or without a meal plan.
Chip Keller, a Butler University alumnus and Martinsville City Councilor of District 4, responds to a guest column about his hometown Martinsville.
Indianapolis resident James Stewart passed away after a car accident on Sunset Ave. in late January. His family would like to express their gratitude to the Butler community.
Bon Appetit issued a response to student concerns about dining options on campus.
Over 500 students have signed a petition started by the Desmond Tutu Peace Lab to bring back the Butler Connection.
Frank Ross, Butler vice president for student affairs, writes that the on-campus Starbucks will not be closing.
In March, fraternity property was vandalized with a homophobic slur. Alliance, Butler’s LGBTQ+ organization, writes that the university’s response has been poor.
First year student shares her concerns about the Butler administration in reference to the recent resignation of Victim Advocate Sara Minor.