Multimedia co-editor Ethan Polak has the latest on the Butler volleyball head coach taking a leave of absence as well as the Butler dance team competing at nationals for the first time in program history. Multimedia reporter Rachel Christie reports on the recent issues with the older buildings on campus.
After the Buzzer: Butler vs. Tiffin 10/29/22
Sophomore guard Simas Lukosius prepares to shoot over a defender during Butler’s matchup against Tiffin on Oct. 29. Photo by Lauren Hough. Managing editor Kobe Mosley and sports co-editor Matthew Crane recap the Butler men’s basketball exhibition home opener against Tiffin University.
Butler Collegian Newscast 10/25/22
The Butler Collegian returns for another newscast inside the studio! Eva Hallman and Jade Eilers share the latest news on what’s going around Butler’s campus. Maeve Van Etten has the recaps and previews across the Butler Athletics. Finally, Rachel Christie is joined by Butler Collegian opinion editor Aiden Gregg for the second episode of “Meet…
A social media year in review
Students reflect on the past year through Instagram questions.
IU graduate student workers fight for university recognition
After three years of trying to be recognized on campus, the students have gone on strike.
The sixth assessment report from the IPCC raises concern for a warming planet
The report warns about the increasing of global temperatures and the effect they could have on the planet.
Antwain Hunter: Always a Bulldog at heart
Hunter looks back on his eight-year Butler career as he plans to teach at UNC this fall.
Emma Quasny elected as Collegian editor-in-chief
Quasny will hold the position for the 2022-23 academic year. Her goals for the paper include improving community, trust and engagement.
One-factor too short: SGA’s Instagram hacked
A new account was made to get information to students while waiting to hear back from Meta.
First-year finds a solution to make sports possible for everyone
Ellie Howe’s product, Deaf Lids, gives people with cochlear implants a way to safely continue doing what they love.