In response to recent failings with accessibility, BUD holds rally to stand up for accessibility rights.
“The Collegian, for me, has offered an incomparable platform to lobby, to spar, to poke fun and to participate in university life in a way that is both practical and, frankly, fun.”
Graphic by Corrina Reiss. The Butler Collegian is committed to sharing diverse viewpoints from across the university and to upholding values of free speech. However, The Collegian does not endorse or promote opinions contained within any letter to the editor. With four weeks left of the semester, I have decided to resign from my position…
In a list of over 400 candidates, the former interim provost rose to the top.
Co-Opinion Editor Katie Freeman laments the loss of greasy goodies that were once available during the glory days of what is now Plum Market.
Some Butler students enjoy taking early classes, while others struggle to get out of bed.
Butler falls to Drake in their PFL home opener 6-3.
In the real world, you aren’t given grades — you either sink or swim. So why do we tie so much of our self-worth into such an irrelevant concept?
Many students may hope to gain independence from their parents, find new friends or make lasting memories in college. I imagine that just as many people hope for better food quality and more options. Does Butler dining make the cut?
In a society wherein men are objectively advantaged, the male gaze is bound to permeate every aspect of our lives.