“Finally, a way to avoid Fichte’s pesky synthesis, a way to just shut people up without coming across as apathetic or closed-minded.”
When someone doesn’t feel heard or seen in their emotions, they are less willing to seek to understand yours.
Will Gigerich, Paul Ford and Thomas Dziwlik and their vice president candidates spoke on behalf of their campaigns in the first SGA presidential debate since 2019.
The Butler Collegian sports reporters state their claim and make their case as to why they are right and any other opinion is wrong.
Butler University and the College of Communication are calling for all sharp-tongued students with a knack for public speaking to come check out the newly resurrected debate team. The team has a legacy of competition across the Midwest, and each year Butler students are presented with the opportunity to become a part of this tradition.…
As an independent, I sometimes feel underrepresented in Student Government Association, since Greek students hold a lot of the organization’s leadership positions.
The SGA presidential candidates are geared up for their final debate, taking place tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m. in PB 150. This will be the last chance for students to hear the candidates publicly debate before Monday’s vote. Last Sunday, The Collegian’s staff members met with the four student politicians and conducted a separate…