The always satirical Madeleine Lucchetti reflects on her time at Butler and all the joy and freedoms it brought as she made light of any situation.
There is one additional constant in their editing process, though, reliable and sturdy, that I have come to anticipate with trepidation: our editors will go through and, without fail, remove a few of the words that they deem to simply be “too much.”
When it comes to leaving the Collegian, it’s not that I lack the sentiment; but after four years of studying journalism, I’m missing the words to properly express what this paper has meant to me.
Columnist Douglas Roche III takes a break from his research paper to dissect the notorious procrastination habits haunting him through his academic endeavors.
Guest columnist Peyton Thompson shares her experience as a volunteer for the Indiana Canine Assistant Network and the three weeks she got to work with Forest, a 13-month-old half-Labrador, half-golden retriever.
Whether you’re woke on social media, or determined to use a formula of credits that will guarantee a fat paycheck, editor Madeleine Lucchetti suggests taking a history class.
Classical music is a living artform, and there is a lot of space between where the art form is now and where it was when Beethoven died.
The Butler Collegian editorial board discusses the three instances of hate speech on and around our campus.
Columnist Doug Roche III lends artistic critique and insight in regard to the newest IMA exhibits.
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.