The years-long debate over leggings is still alive and well, inciting rage in some and prompting dialogue for others. But even though it sounds trivial — and it kind of is — the leggings debate is rooted in something deeper, something more persistent.
The Collegian’s Starmasters provide advice, consolation, and predictions for Butler students as they approach the end of the semester.
Our generation consumes more than any before us. We are constantly force-fed images of the latest trends, prompting us to spend our money on some disposable garment that we may wear for a few months before tossing it to the side.
Despite his dismal relationship with women, President Trump attempted to defend his record on women’s issues during his State of the Union address in the face of democratic congresswomen whose very career paths contradict his rhetoric.
As tempting as it may be to post one’s grades to social media, the ripple effect could be larger than anticipated.
College students have a lot on their minds. We have due dates, deadlines, internships to apply for and our entire futures to worry about. Apparently, now we have the responsibility of worrying about our nation’s entire future as well.
In celebration of Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown visiting campus this week, let’s determine which of the Fab five we are most alike.