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.”
The Collegian’s Starmasters provide advice, consolation, and predictions for Butler students as they approach the end of the semester.
Students for Justice in Palestine focused on de-stigmatizing Palestine and providing a space for Palestinian students.
Columnist Nate Lemen looks back on a previous article of his regarding the importance of positivity and reconsiders his stance.
Despite a superficial focus on social issues, corporations should not be inherently trusted to follow through on implicit promises.
Despite the incorrect perpetuation that running on progressive policies cannot do well in Midwestern and other Red states, this year’s midterms showed that the American electorate will respond well to progressive thinking.
Butler likes to call itself a progressive institution, but still brings a problematic speaker like conservative columnist David Brooks to campus. Opinion Columnist Nate Lemen provides his thoughts on the matter.
According to Indiana state tax law, it is the counties that are responsible for fixing their roads. Butler has the sway to help fix what ails so many students, and it is time they used that power.
Columnist Nate Lemen discusses what makes a newspaper readership program so important on a college campus.
Columnist Nate Lemen talks to professors and students to examine struggles students having writing papers, and how to overcome them.