The Butler Interfaith Council, a group of around 12 students from different religious backgrounds, was created to foster religious conversations for students from a variety of religious backgrounds. The council’s goal is to allow for conversations concerning religious and secular questions and experiences.
As springtime sets in on campus, students populate the mall and life is breathed back into us all, these revamped classics can help all of us finish out strong.
“I’m a firm believer that your life is a work of art and what you do is a work of art.”
While Asian Americans have traditionally been excluded from both mainstream tellings of history and the media, the community has carved out a space in the online world. Here are 10 social media accounts and content creators to follow to learn from the Asian diaspora.
Hoosier-created and powered, INverse is a poetry archive made up of original poetry written by poets all around the state.
Gaining popularity over the last few decades, the different spellings of “women” has caused empowerment, discourse and controversy.
Butler Asian organizations have been raising awareness and trying to educate the general public and students about tragedies.
Dobrik, a popular YouTube creator, has faced significant criticism following allegations made against himself and other members of his online posse.
At the beginning of quarantine, everyone seemed to take a break from makeup only to have the latter half of the pandemic be filled with bold, unique and statement–making looks. Even then, some tried and true favorites still took center stage.
After enduring a lack of content in 2020, Marvel fans can finally rejoice at this year’s release of “WandaVision” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” on Disney+.