Changes to the Core curriculum to include more diverse voices will help validate these voices and give students an education that employers are looking for. Columnist Emma Beavins discusses the decolonization of academia and how it can allow you to tell your own story, too.
It can be hard not to get overwhelmed when you’re overbooked, especially in the first few weeks of school. Tis the season to set boundaries and say no — and not feel bad about it.
The Butler Collegian editorial staff writes to fellow Butler community members regarding the death of student Ty Brown.
With coffee as both a writing subject and fuel source, columnist Julian Cirnigliaro reviews the Nitro Brew from Julian Coffee Roasters at the Lacy School of Business building.
The beginning of school can be nerve wracking, having to meet new people and do new things. It can be hard to share your authentic self when you’re unsure of how you’ll be received. Don’t fret: Abby has some tips.
Stop underestimating your power.
Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Zachary Gossett | Opinion Columnist | firstname.lastname@example.org As the semester begins and first-years settle into their dorm rooms, there is no better time than now to discuss their impending doom. These first-years, who are the first class to be born entirely in the new millennium, join a campus full of…
The answers are in the stars.
The fast food restaurant introduces vegan to convenient, inexpensive food.
With Indianapolis stores all out of the most hyped fast food item in recent history, opinion columnist Andres Salerno’s review of Popeyes’ new sandwich attempts to make clear to Butler students what is so special about the sandwich — with as little exaggeration as possible.