To commemorate its impactful beginning and continuous development throughout the years, Newfields opened its “Newfields at 140: What’s Past is Prologue” exhibit to the public.
Slam dunk segments include the basketball preview, Butler Collegian Sports Report, This Month with President Danko, Scary Tales with Belinda, and Club Chat. DAWGCAST is hosted by Multimedia Editor Eva Hallman.
This episode features a sports report, a Butler Club Ultimate Frisbee club chat, a spooky tale here at Butler, an Atherton Union food review and more!
CONTENT WARNING: Mentions of Suicide & SA | Multimedia reporter Belinda Palaguachi-Ramirez sits down with Dr. Tom Mould to discuss The Story of Lydia. A girl who is claimed to haunt a sorority house on campus.
Hispanic Heritage Month is most known for its colorful festivities and roaring patriotism in line with the anniversary of several Latin American independence days. However, for these Hispanic and Latinx students, it is also a time to reaffirm their sense of identity and grow their community
Butler University prides itself on its continuous growth of the population of students of color. Being a predominantly white institution, Butler is invested in ensuring that these students receive the academic, economic and moral support they need. These students give insight into what finding their Butler experience has been for them.