Though FYS is a required course for Butler first-years, it offers many opportunities for students and staff to learn and grow.
What happens on campus is different from what Butler is advertising to students.
Trusting yourself will help a lot in deciding what is right for you, what people to spend time with and what you want your college experience to be.
New experiences and opportunities welcomed the class of 2026. From late nights of relentless fun to early mornings of relaxation, first-years were immersed in the climate and culture of their new home.
Multimedia Reporter Maeve Van Etten talks with first-year business students about how this year looks a little different than the past.
Delving into consent on Butler’s Campus with Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Specialist Jules Arthur-Grable, Senior Caroline Lettrich, and First year Maddie Darr
Being a first-year is harder than it looks, but it is also super awesome. Pretty much, it is going to take a while to figure this whole college thing out.
Columnist Bridget Early examines the joys and challenges of life as a Butler RA.
KATHLEEN BERRY | OPINION COLUMNIST | email@example.com For everything liberating about arriving on a college campus to the average first-year student, especially those living out of earshot of the infamous “my house, my rules,” there are just as many instances in which fun can turn into frustration. The following is a compilation of those latter…