Lil Nas X’s controversial music video was met with mixed reviews of critiques and praise.
Indianapolis and Butler community react to recent Newfields job posting that called for a director to “attract a broader and diverse audience while still maintaining the Museum’s traditional, core, white art audience.”
It’s 2019, and we need to start acknowledging that accepting feminism is an important step in moving toward equality.
Let’s be clear: it’s well-documented that Butler was aware of Created Equal’s plan to come in advance, and the group is known for their provocative measures. Instead of prioritizing student awareness on very our own campus, Butler knowingly let down their community in the process.
Provost leaves mixed legacy at Butler Jill McCarter | News Editor | email@example.com In Jamie Comstock’s executive corner office, the windows are open, letting in the familiarity of Butler University’s campus—even in the month of December. After three and a half years, Jamie has grown accustomed to the sounds of lawnmowers, the heavy door of…