Opinion editor Maria Rapisarda joins Kennedy Aiman to discuss what the opinion section of the Butler Collegian has to offer this week. Stories include columns over how students stay motivated, the large number of school shootings already this year and how the Butler community feels about President Trump after one year.
Columnist Bridget Early explores opinions on Donald Trump one year into his presidency.
Catalina Gallegos asked Butler students how they feel about President Donald Trump one year into his presidency in one word.
Co-news editor Jessica Lee talks to host Kennedy Aiman about how Butler University has cut off ties with Triton Brewing Co. as well as how a course on President Donald Trump proved to Butler they didn’t have a process in place for approving special topics courses.
Trumpism & US Democracy, a communication based class, proved to Butler University that there was no process in place to get special topics courses approved. The aftermath of that led to the university requesting police security, hiring an issues management firm and implementing a new curriculum approval process for special topics courses.
Collegian Photo Editor Jenna Voris explores the possibility of a President Mike Pence.
Women’s fight for equality in sports depends on how we see them off the the field. Why achieving equal rights in athletics is harder today, despite the legal protections of Title IX.
Jenna Voris offers up her own opinion and reaches out to other students around campus to figure out when America was last great in response to Donald Trump winning the 2016 presidential election.
Austin Klawitter shares his thoughts and concerns as a democrat in reference to Donald Trump’s election upset.
With Republican hopefuls for the 2012 election beginning to assemble, one individual just cannot seem to go away, and will likely be making a run—or at least attempt to. For a few months, Donald Trump has been toying with the idea of running for president. For the sake of my party and the country, I…