The final Collegian Newscast of the decade.
Get caught up on a busy week at Butler, including the opening of Plum Market.
Multimedia editor Jake Bedell looks into the rise of streaming competitors like Disney+ and evaluates if they’re worth your monthly subscription fees.
On this episode of the Butler Collegian Newscast, Catalina and Nicki explain Butler’s suing of former dining option Metro Diner, student reactions to new esports facilities, and the opening of the new C-Club replacement, Plum Market.
Catalina and Nicki discuss BUPD’s new safety measures, the departure of Diversity Center employee Tiffany Reed and more. Chuck looks ahead to the men’s basketball team’s season opener against IUPUI on Nov. 6.
Jake and Chelsea cover the retirement of Trip, the opening of Chatham Tap and much more. Chuck recaps the week in sports and Donald reacts to Butler men’s basketball’s first exhibition game.
Catalina and Nicki preview the Butler Beyond launch, Kat explains the presidential impeachment process, Chelsea looks ahead to a busy week for the women’s soccer team and Jake recaps the week in Butler sports.
On this episode of the Butler Collegian Newscast, Catalina elaborates on changes in the Diversity Center, new alcohol policies for greek life events, and a preview on this year’s gathering for Relay for Life. A new segment, Kat’s Corner, debuts with a discussion about the global climate strikes. Chelsea sits down with Calvin Prenkert and talks about his article on FIRs. Jake breaks down a tough week for Butler sports.
Nicki and Catalina cover everything from the Chatham Tap announcement to frustrations at Starbucks. Plus, Opinion Editors Nate Lemen and Andres Salerno discuss their recent trip to taste the alcohol at ResCo.
Catalina and Nicki highlight construction projects on campus, Jake and Chelsea look back at the week in sports and news editor Sorell Grow discusses her story on the anniversary of 9/11.