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In college, size matters

By Taylor Powell Small classes, concerned teachers and student-teacher relationships enable academic success. Large schools often have lectures with hundreds of students and use graduate assistants. Both can hinder student learning. As a transfer student from the large Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, I sat in an economics lecture of more than 400 students, had...

Go for the money

By Taylor Powell Hundreds of tasks fill the list of things to do before graduation. One task is to land an internship. Unfortunately, classes, bills and other expenses do not disappear when students take on a new internship experience. Nowadays, working an internship could give a student a pivotal advantage over candidates. The catch is,...

Transfer students struggle to fit in at Butler

By Taylor Powell Day one: You move into your new dorm as a freshman in college. By the time you are halfway unpacked, you are pushing your parents out the door, locking it and never looking back. Day two: You are swimming in freedom with no parents, no rules and no worries. Day three: You...

Sentimental seniorisms

TAYLOR JADE POWELL | DIGITAL MANAGING EDITOR | tjpowell@butler.edu Four years ago, I sat at a computer writing a final column for my high school newspaper. As the editor-in-chief, it was customary for me to bid my farewells and leave the staff and readers with any wisdom (I thought) I had to give. It started as...

Work for the Collegian

The Butler Collegian is a student-run newspaper, which means we need students like you to come work for us! All positions are paid, and we have students from all six colleges on campus. No journalism experience is needed; we will give you a crash course when you start.   Multimedia Reporters: Find your niche in...

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