“The affiliated faculty of the race, gender and sexuality studies program, as well as the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, are in support of and work in solidarity with our LGBTQIA+ students and fellow Hoosiers in the face of legislation that is intended to undermine their flourishing and deny their existence.”
Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh initiates program to better connect with students.
“I hope I can help the next generation of Butler sports media students find the resources they need to be successful in preparing for the career they want to pursue in the world of sports.”
Read the details behind the university’s very own record label.
Multimedia reporter Tori Dennis finds students on campus with unique internships.
Former Journalism department chair and Collegian advisor Art Levin is honored with a tribute during Homecoming
After many companies cancelled internships or limited the amount of interns they accepted, students had to branch out and explore other fields of opportunities.
Butler has started a new broadcasting course that allows students to produce live Butler athletic events.
The dean of the College of Communication said internships will still be a part of the student experience, despite last year’s internship coordinator’s position cut. “There never was a question that internships would go away or that there would even be a diminishing of an internship program in the College of Communication,” CCOM Dean Gary…
The College of Communication is undergoing changes this year to help students be competitive in the job market. This has caused Butler University community members to disscuss how these changes impact students. Journalism Convergence Journalism now combines print, digital and broadcast into one major, instead of separate majors for electronic journalism and print journalism. Senior…