“For the second year in a row, the Collegian asked the Butler community to share their ‘tiny love stories’ in the vein of the New York Times series of the same name. Spanning from romantic love to self-love, from familial love to platonic love, from love for a pet to love for a hobby, these love stories — all in 100 words or shorter — are sure to tug at even the toughest of heartstrings.”
“Just because a university isn’t for you doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with it. There’s a reason there are 4,000 degree-granting academic institutions in the United States. We all have different needs, and, as a result, different environments unleash the best versions of ourselves.”
“I used to despise writing, but now it has become part of my life, and I could not be more thankful to be in the position I am in today.”
Dawg Days pre-orientation program fosters mentor/mentee relationships with the hope of building community among Butler students.
No matter how heroic and strong your friends may seem, they have problems of their own.
Seasonal affective disorder affects millions of adults in the United States alone during the Winter months. Because of this, it is especially important to reach out to your friends and family and check in on their mental health.
Four years after attending my first Collegian meeting, it’s finally time to put a knot in this part of my life, to tuck the pieces beneath my warp strings and move on with something in its place. It’s certainly easier said than done, trying to extricate myself from this glorious tangle of newspaper twine and Slack threads.
Being five minutes away from those you care most about at any time is a feeling that will most likely not come again for many of us. Making the most of this opportunity will make our impending separations so much easier.