“A brave few are finally beginning to voice criticisms for the cat-obsessed, flannel-wearing millennial icon.”
Man on the Street: Student Perspectives on the Election
Multimedia Reporter Christopher Tavardian asks students their thoughts on the 2020 Presidential Election.
A president’s perspective
In this month’s president’s perspective, Butler President James Danko talks about the university’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, his hopes and fears for campus during COVID-19 and being bipartisan in an election year.
Voting on Campus
Multimedia Reporter Brook Tracy talks with some students on how they will be voting in the upcoming election and where they can do it.
Presidential Debate Preview
Multimedia Reporter Christopher Tarvardian Previews the upcoming presidential debate and talks to Visiting Associate Political Science Professor Dr. Shyam Sriram about what to expect.
The connecting thread: climate change and the 2020 election
The Trump campaign’s disinterest in addressing climate change as a legitimate concern only indicates the administration’s inability to respond to the needs of Americans; its shortsightedness in this area directly relates to its ineptitude in undertaking other key issues. The economy cannot be separated from the climate crisis, nor can the pandemic or white supremacy.
Vote by mail complications could harm the Butler community
In the midst of a pandemic overlapping with an election season, vote by mail is one of the latest controversies. Considering the pandemic’s threat to health and safety, many states are expanding vote by mail. But, Trump and Holcomb are resisting these changes.
Why Joe Biden is not electable
Columnist Alexandra Cordill argues why Biden’s platform is problematic on many levels.