The Butler Way is in the eye of the beholder.
Campus conspiracy theories
Some mysteries plague our campus, but no need to fear, I solved them.
Pipe burst causes damage to historic Jordan Hall
The academic building is under restoration after significant damage was incurred.
Butler Collegian Newscast 01/18/23
Multimedia co-editor Ethan Polak has the latest on the Butler volleyball head coach taking a leave of absence as well as the Butler dance team competing at nationals for the first time in program history. Multimedia reporter Rachel Christie reports on the recent issues with the older buildings on campus.
Winter weather affects campus buildings
Multimedia reporter Rachel Christie reports about the issues some academic buildings are having due to bad weather.
Butler Collegian Newscast 10/05/22
Multimedia reporter Ethan Polak reports about the latest construction around Jordan Hall and the upcoming celebration for the Levinson Family Hall Dedication ceremony. Multimedia reporter Eva Hallman joins him to discuss the benefits of the Butler campus farm.
Butler building vibe check
I get it, most people simply don’t possess the overwhelming psychic power that it takes to accurately read vibes. But I do. So, I present to you the definitive and factual ranking of Butler’s academic buildings based on their vibes.
The best places to cry at Butler
If you’ve ever been in need of a good cry but you were unsure of where to go, look no further.
Bring your own hazmat suits: Jordan Hall disrepair causes illness in faculty
Over the past year and a half, Pam Crea has sought assistance for an ongoing illness through the HR department at Butler, and has been misguided at every turn. Her medically-advised requests for relocation were denied. The university’s response to her plea was simple and inflexible: no administrative assistant may be separated from their department.
A very serious investigation of the smells of Jordan Hall
Upon my daily entry into Jordan Hall, I am confronted with an array of scents. These prominent sensations permeate the halls and classrooms, and I cannot help but notice them.