In March, fraternity property was vandalized with a homophobic slur. Alliance, Butler’s LGBTQ+ organization, writes that the university’s response has been poor.
At the beginning of this school year, my peers and I auditioned for seating placements within the orchestra, and I was appointed as concertmaster. This is the principal violin seat in the orchestra, and it has presented a whole new host of responsibilities.
Thinking about changing your major? It’s not as scary as it may seem.
To help guide you through all the, uh, embellishment swirling around, columnist Andres Salerno translated some of the more popular empty resume lies into more digestible words with their actual meaning attached.
Just as candidates tailor resumes to fit specific job descriptions, minorities make a conscious decision to erase their resumes of anything that might indicate they are — surprise — not white.
The Collegian’s Starmasters provide advice, consolation, and predictions for Butler students as they approach the end of the semester.
“This year’s lineup proves one thing that was lost among Lolla lineups long ago: Lollapalooza is for everyone, not just mainstream music fans.”
Columnist Doug Roche III discusses the themes, social messages and story of Jordan Peele’s instant horror classics.
Bernie’s resurgence gives cause for reflection on all that has changed in a whirlwind couple of years.
Columnist Doug Roche III gives you the posts that will most likely appear on your social media feeds over Spring Break and how to navigate through them during your distinctly boring break.