They say that boredom fosters creativity, so there must be a whole lot of creativity now right? Art is a way that we can stay connected and express ourselves, and that is one thing that hasn’t changed because of the coronavirus. Supporting the arts now is more important than ever as they have taken a hit due to these unprecedented circumstances, and it’s your responsibility to help.
Five years ago, Butler pledged to make our campus more sustainable. Columnist Audrey Davenport reflects on whats actually happened since then, and what can be done for the future.
Why not? It’s 2019! Time for a little change in order, let’s shake things up a bit.
Yes, you have one. It’s easy to diffuse onto others, but we need to remember that we are all citizens of the same planet.
Looking for some new year words of wisdom? Look no further. Here’s some little tid-bits to get you through!
We all love the holidays and everything that makes them magical! The changing of leaves and snow-covered trees always add to the incredible festive feeds that we see on Instagram. But what if this wasn’t what the holidays looked like anymore? Global warming and climate change could strip the holidays of their seasonal ambiance, and we need to act now!