When it comes to leaving the Collegian, it’s not that I lack the sentiment; but after four years of studying journalism, I’m missing the words to properly express what this paper has meant to me.
Kristin and Catalina have news for you about the College of Education, Polar Plunge and BSU Week. Jake Bedell has a review of this past week in sports.
Kristin and Nicki highlight the biggest news on Butler’s campus, from Butler honoring victims of hate crimes to a Butler student winning Miss Indiana and more.
Kristin Camiliere and Nicki Clark get viewers up to date on all things Butler, from BUPD monitoring suspicious activity to water damages in Fairview House. Plus, Nicki teaches viewers how to use the new Lime Scooters.
Editor-in-Chief Alexis Price gives her final farewell to readers as she looks back at her last four years with the Butler Collegian.
Host Kennedy Aiman runs through the biggest stories coming out of the Collegian this week from culture, opinion and sports. Then, reporter Graeme Wright stops by to discuss in-depth his profile over Butler baseball pitcher Garrett Christman.
Host Kennedy Aiman and assistant culture editor Julia Bluhm discuss what’s coming in the culture section, which includes a review of the box office hit “Black Panther.”
Opinion editor Maria Rapisarda joins Kennedy Aiman to discuss what the opinion section of the Butler Collegian has to offer this week. Stories include columns over how students stay motivated, the large number of school shootings already this year and how the Butler community feels about President Trump after one year.
Catalina Gallegos asked Butler students how they feel about President Donald Trump one year into his presidency in one word.
Assistant news editor Sorell Grow discusses with Kennedy Aiman heating issues on Butler’s campus, Butler online courses and the recent announcement of the top-100 students.