Our editorial board is bursting with athletic potential, yet their prowess has been ignored for far too long in favor of overtime musings, previews and recaps. We’ve taken the liberty of selecting the most obscure sports and assigning each editor to the ones we feel they would excel at.
“The Collegian, for me, has offered an incomparable platform to lobby, to spar, to poke fun and to participate in university life in a way that is both practical and, frankly, fun.”
Henry Bredemeier, the Collegian’s favorite Ohioan, says goodbye.
I truly wish I were joking when I say that out of the eight time changes I’ve experienced while attending Butler University, four of them have involved miscommunication with other countries, nearly-missed interviews, frantic emailing, Google searching “what time is it right now in ‘x place,’” embarrassment and interpersonal distress.
“I think the future is bright for the diversity center,” Navarro-Garcia said. “I’m optimistic about where we’ll go and where we’ll be even 90 days from now in terms of staffing, in terms of capacity to serve our students, expand our services, to reach farther into the margins of our student population.”
On Nov. 10, over six months after his death, special prosecutor Rosemary Khoury announced a grand jury did not find enough probable cause to charge IMPD officer Dejoure Mercer with a crime.
Preparations over the summer helped classes change instruction format at a moment’s notice.
Human trafficking is the world’s fastest growing crime, and it has not slowed during the global coronavirus pandemic. Columnist Emma Beavins explores major themes of trafficking and abuse and offers tips on how to report suspicious digital activity.
Columnist Emma Beavins explores the benefits of remote internships and explains why Butler should update their policies around them.
Columnist Emma Beavins explains why Butler should follow Blue IV’s example.