“No ‘Go Dawgs’ is going to keep anyone safe. No ‘Go Dawgs’ is going to protect our students, faculty and staff.”
The Butler Collegian asked several Butler students to write about their experiences protesting around the country.
Chip Keller, a Butler University alumnus and Martinsville City Councilor of District 4, responds to a guest column about his hometown Martinsville.
Senior Nate Lemen reflects on his time as a Collegian writer and editor, and all that it has meant to him.
For the class of 2020, goodnight now carries a different weight. For the first time in a long time, goodnight is not interchangeable with “I’ll see you tomorrow.”
Jake Bedell didn’t have the traditional Collegian journey, but it was a journey he’d do again in a heartbeat.
I think that everyone should be recording this time in our lives. We need something to look back on and give to museums when all of this is over. Here are a few of my observations.
Human trafficking is the world’s fastest growing crime, and it has not slowed during the global coronavirus pandemic. Columnist Emma Beavins explores major themes of trafficking and abuse and offers tips on how to report suspicious digital activity.
After nearly 30 years of community-building and passionate educating, political science professor Margaret Brabant is retiring from Butler, leaving a legacy behind that her students and those who have had the opportunity to work with her will seek to carry on.
Digital managing editor Joshua Doering reflects on his four years at the Collegian through a letter to his freshman self.