As the Jan. 6 select committee has started handing out subpoenas to those who are potential witnesses or involved individuals in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol, it’s clear not everyone has been taking their notices in stride.
Biden and running mate Kamala Harris were declared the winners of the historic election on Saturday, while President Trump refuses to concede.
Many Americans will wake up this morning without knowing who their next president will be. As of 5 a.m. on Nov. 4, 2020, the American presidential election remains undecided and may remain that way for days.
President Trump was hospitalized less than 24 hours after announcing his diagnosis, and several other government officials have contracted the virus since Oct. 2.
Barrett’s nomination is a divisive political move that attempts to fill Justice Ginsburg’s seat with someone in diametric opposition to her strong ideals.
Analyzing and discussing Trump’s sexist comments and how they degrave consent and harm sexual assault survivors with sociology and criminplogy professor, Ashley Hutson, gender, women, and sexuality studies professor Brooke Beloso, and Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Specialist Jules Arthur-Grable.
Butler students react to the debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden on Sept. 29 and the breakdown of debate etiquette.
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.