Four years after attending my first Collegian meeting, it’s finally time to put a knot in this part of my life, to tuck the pieces beneath my warp strings and move on with something in its place. It’s certainly easier said than done, trying to extricate myself from this glorious tangle of newspaper twine and Slack threads.
Butler Collegian sports editor Drew Favakeh talks about what led him to Butler, and why the Butler Collegian will always hold a special place in his heart
Editor-in-Chief Meghan Stratton reflects on four years at The Collegian and finally gets to share her stories behind the published articles
Managing editor — and culture enthusiast at heart — Maddy Kline reflects on the inevitability of change and the growth that can come from it.
A graphic by Marketing Manager Corrina Riess.
From culture editor and soprano, to cross-stitcher and lifelong student, Schlorf looks back at her past 3 years in The Butler Collegian.
Abby Pluff and her very best friend Bridget Early, staring lovingly into each others’ eyes. Photo by Julian Cirnigliaro. ABIGAIL PLUFF | OPINION CO-EDITOR | firstname.lastname@example.org Abby, Right now you’re seventeen. You can’t vote or drink or rent an apartment. Lottery tickets? Also no. I know you feel lost and scared. College is overwhelming, Ross…
Assistant News Editor Joe Krisko is signing off from his role at the Butler Collegian with some advice for first-year students.
Senior Nate Lemen reflects on his time as a Collegian writer and editor, and all that it has meant to him.
For the class of 2020, goodnight now carries a different weight. For the first time in a long time, goodnight is not interchangeable with “I’ll see you tomorrow.”