Butler’s senior class reflects on their college years and how the pandemic has prepared them for life after graduation.
Managing editor — and culture enthusiast at heart — Maddy Kline reflects on the inevitability of change and the growth that can come from it.
Multimedia reporter Gillian Battung asked Butler seniors their thoughts on how graduation ceremonies will be looking this May.
How Butler’s commencement ceremony has changed to allow for an in-person celebration of graduates.
Are you a strong, educated, independent individual who has no idea what a 401k is? This series is for you.
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.
Butler’s CAPS office is helping students navigate the stressful world of finding a job after graduation, mid-pandemic.
For the class of 2020, goodnight now carries a different weight. For the first time in a long time, goodnight is not interchangeable with “I’ll see you tomorrow.”
News editor Sorell Grow has to say goodbye to her four years working for The Butler Collegian, but isn’t sure the best way to do so.
Doug Roche gives his closing remarks regarding the college experience.