Voris spoke to The Butler Collegian on creativity, collegiate journalism and her Butler experience.
Fortunately — or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it — this university has no shortage of cliches and campus staples. The only question is, which one are you?
Opinion editor Maria Rapisarda joins Kennedy Aiman to discuss what the opinion section of the Butler Collegian has to offer this week. Stories include columns over how students stay motivated, the large number of school shootings already this year and how the Butler community feels about President Trump after one year.
Jenna Voris offers up her own opinion and reaches out to other students around campus to figure out when America was last great in response to Donald Trump winning the 2016 presidential election.
Need some tips on studying habits? Trying to find a balance between work and play? Columnist Jenna Voris discusses a few tips to get ahead of the game and leave some stress behind.
What do Butler University and the most magical place on Earth have in common? Actually, quite a few things. Our small campus may have more in common with Walt Disney World than you would have thought.
This year, Butler welcomed its biggest first-year class to campus. As the number of students going to classes and living on campus increased, so did the population of small, woodland creatures that also call Butler home.
Hamilton performers, including Leslie Odom Jr. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. JENNA VORIS | OPINION COLUMNIST | email@example.com Leslie Odom Jr., aka Aaron Burr from the Broadway smash hit “Hamilton,” spoke at DePauw University’s Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture series last week. And I got to be in the room where it happened. The actor, who…
JENNA VORIS | OPINION COLUMNIST | firstname.lastname@example.org Last year, I walked into my first Butler apartment excited and full of anticipation. Something about having my own dishwasher and a bathroom I did not have to share with 20 other girls made me feel like an official “adult.” Imagine my surprise when I walked into my…