Trusting yourself will help a lot in deciding what is right for you, what people to spend time with and what you want your college experience to be.
Multimedia reporter Jeswin Chackochan dives into the history of Holcomb Gardens and why so many community members spend time there.
A Butler Ballet dancer reflects on artists’ experiences during the past months, concerning loss of motivation and passion.
Human trafficking is the world’s fastest growing crime, and it has not slowed during the global coronavirus pandemic. Columnist Emma Beavins explores major themes of trafficking and abuse and offers tips on how to report suspicious digital activity.
Columnist Bridget Early explores what love means to various Butler students.
When the driving force behind good deeds becomes “do it for the ‘Gram,” is that the transition from generosity to selfishness?
Assistant opinion editor Austin Klawitter explores the idea of the Butler Bubble and its effects on the student community.
The magical time of year known as basketball season has finally arrived at Butler University. The anticipation is building for students eager to see the Bulldogs do well in their first season in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Butler students are lucky to have free access to all university sporting events, including basketball. In Hinkle Fieldhouse,…
A mostly-empty stadium faced the Butler University women’s soccer team this Sunday as the team took the field. Absent were the screaming hordes of Bulldog fans who normally pack basketball games. Butler casts itself as a supportive community, but sometimes that does not appear to be the case. Fans at Butler never attend fall sports…
In any community, the free flow of information plays a vital role in people being able to do their jobs. Butler University needs to take ownership of and interact with the newspaper and all other forms of media in a constructive and collaborative manner. The Butler Collegian—among other media outlets connected to the university—belongs to…