First-year students share their experiences of their first month at Butler; the highs and lows, expectations versus reality and a sense of newfound independence.
In this week’s newscast, multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten talks about this year’s freshman class at Butler, and reporter Tori Dennis walks us through construction updates on campus.
Multimedia Reporter Jeswin Chackochan asks students and faculty around campus for some advice to incoming first-year students.
Making connections virtually, transitioning into college during a pandemic and no fall break create a unique first-year experience.
Butler’s class of 2024 experienced a unique move-in and orientation when they arrived on campus this August. Even though it was not the start to college they were expecting, first-year students tried to make the most out of the situation.
Collegian reporters Catalina Gallegos and Chuck Levine dive into what’s going on around campus as the fall semester begins.
Students from Ross and Irvington delve into what they believe are the root causes of discord between the two residence hall groups.
The Butler University Class of 2021 began their first full day as new Bulldogs with the start of classes on Aug. 23.
Butler University’s Student Government Association is making the right decision to overturn the rule allowing freshmen to be on the Election Oversight Committee. Sophomore James Schubert was able to serve as the chairman of the EOC, and another freshman was allowed on the committee, last year because SGA suspended the rules, Schubert said. SGA holds…