College of Education students receive their student teaching name tags.
Is college worth it?
“Is the amount of stress and cost of tuition worth it for a piece of paper after four years — if not more?”
Troubling times for teachers — old and new
Students of Butler’s College of Education are currently preparing to enter a field that presents major changes and concerns.
10 Asian American online creators to follow
While Asian Americans have traditionally been excluded from both mainstream tellings of history and the media, the community has carved out a space in the online world. Here are 10 social media accounts and content creators to follow to learn from the Asian diaspora.
A Word With…Arthur Hochman, education professor
Arthur Hochman, education professor at Butler University, took some time to sit down with me and discuss his dedication to adventure and new experiences. His passion for teaching is evident…this isn’t one you want to pass up.
Leonard Bernstein and the future of music
In the year of Bernstein’s centennial, we reflect on his impact on accessible music education and how the younger generations can provide that same education for themselves.
“Dawgs Gotta Eat” these family recipes
Students sell “Dawgs Gotta Eat” cookbook full of Butler community recipes for a class project. All funds go toward Riley Hospital for Children.
OPINION | Students should study abroad
Studying abroad can be a great opportunity for Butler students. I highly suggest that every student try to take a semester to study in a foreign country. There are countless positive academic, cultural and personal advantages to studying abroad. Academically, students can immerse themselves in a foreign language. Students studying abroad have the opportunity to…
LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Glad my student isn’t going to Butler
Patricia Bowman wrote the following in an email to President Danko in response to the College Fix article. Butler University was initially on my daughter’s college list: However, we decided against it for various reasons. All students should be open to new perspectives—but why are students in this course required to be someone they are…
LETTER TO THE EDITOR | “College Fix” article disappointing
My former adviser at Butler sent me an opinion piece by Ryan Lovelace in The College Fix in which he expresses some troubling opinions on the nature of Butler’s liberal arts curriculum and the liberal arts in general. As a former photography editor of The Collegian, my first reaction was disappointment that a journalist from…