“Sports require, blood, sweat, tears — and the occasional divine intervention from the universe. Here are what the stars are projecting about your sporting future.”
Frank Ross, Butler vice president for student affairs, writes that the on-campus Starbucks will not be closing.
Columnist Doug Roche III seeks to understand the appeal to gambling and why it has been on his mind.
Our Opinion editors relay an evening enjoying FDA-approved cafeteria food. They present to you a highly polished, professional review of the Michelin-starred foods they sampled.
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.
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.