Jesse McCartney will perform on Butler’s campus April 28 as a part of Exam Jam.
The Butler Collegian editorial board discusses the three instances of hate speech on and around our campus.
Senior theatre majors discuss their futures and reflect upon their time in theatre department.
In the midst of a breakout season, Harrison Freed is proving why he was one of the most underrated recruits coming out of high school.
After filing for bankruptcy in December, seven Scotty’s Brewhouse locations will have closed by April 14; however, Scotty’s Dawghouse is intended to stay on campus.
Butler’s associate director of parking and transportation said there are usually two reasons vehicles are towed: people either park in places they are not supposed to, or they drive unregistered vehicles to campus.
Kristin and Catalina bring Butler students the biggest news of the week, including news from the diversity center and Orr fellowship recipient news. Meanwhile, Jake has a weekly spring sports update.
Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a hate crime legislation bill to consider victims’ real or perceived attributes. However, legislators and community members disagree on whether it provides more protection for victims, such as groups targeted by hate incidents on campus.
Junior and senior music students face long rehearsals, longer work hours and exciting futures of doing what they love.
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.