Multimedia Reporter Jeswin Chackochan asks students and faculty around campus for some advice to incoming first-year students.
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.
Here are tips from Black students at Butler, on how to put activism where your heart is — not for followers or social justice clout, but to protect and advocate for Black people at risk due to the prevalence of prejudice, as well as tips for students of color on how to survive and thrive at a predominately white institution like Butler.
Wearing a mask is unavoidable, but the acne that comes from mask-wearing doesn’t have to be. Here are five skincare tips to deal with face mask acne.
Pushing through the first few weeks of second semester can be a struggle, especially when the sun seems to have entirely given up on shining. With just a tiny change in perspective, though, Abby knows you’ll all make it the most successful semester yet.
Being positive is tough, especially when it isn’t ingrained into your personality. Here are my tips on how to stay positive, as well as how to acknowledge that it’s okay when you’re not as the semester gets crazy.
Looking for some new year words of wisdom? Look no further. Here’s some little tid-bits to get you through!
The beginning of school can be nerve wracking, having to meet new people and do new things. It can be hard to share your authentic self when you’re unsure of how you’ll be received. Don’t fret: Abby has some tips.
Opinion Editor Austin Klawitter offers some advice for those suffering reality after fall break and homecoming.