Butler professor Scott Bridge aims to keep students smiling by wearing suits for Zoom class sessions. Bridge talked with The Butler Collegian about his conservative yet professional sense of style.
First-year Molly Freeman uses thrifted pieces and unique inspirations to create an ‘ever-evolving’ style.
Butler history professor Antwain Hunter discusses how he dresses up for his profession to express his classic taste.
In a world increasingly centered on postable moments, columnist Emma Beavins explains the pitfalls of fast fashion, and what we can do to overcome them.
Senior Kenny Chromik takes fashion risks by combining style influence from musicians and his own creativity to stand out amongst Butler students.
Senior music major Bailey Gordon talks about his personal style and his classic yet simplistic approach to fashion.
Political Science major Mikayla Whittemore’s expressive, artistic style makes her stand out amongst Butler students.
Meghan Bartsch is an adjunct professor at Butler who graduated with a masters degree in piano performance from the school in 2017. Her style is elegant and professional.
Norris’ elegant yet edgy style has been perfected since coming to Butler, where there are no longer confinements for what to wear.
Our generation consumes more than any before us. We are constantly force-fed images of the latest trends, prompting us to spend our money on some disposable garment that we may wear for a few months before tossing it to the side.