Our editorial board is bursting with athletic potential, yet their prowess has been ignored for far too long in favor of overtime musings, previews and recaps. We’ve taken the liberty of selecting the most obscure sports and assigning each editor to the ones we feel they would excel at.
Co-opinion editors Caitlin Segraves and Katie Freeman walk women through ways to stop settling for unsatisfying sex.
A co-opinion editor tries to balance nostalgia, fear and self-congratulation while still being very funny and only a little overdramatic.
As a soon-to-be Butler grad myself, I took the liberty of providing some new, unique locations that make for the perfect photo op while still encapsulating the special kind of collegiate experience that is attending Butler University. Heed my advice, and in 30 years, you’ll be grateful to remember what your college years were actually like.
Co-Opinion Editor Katie Freeman laments the loss of greasy goodies that were once available during the glory days of what is now Plum Market.
Forgive me for my incessant negativity, but the website looks like the digital equivalent of an overflowing Chipotle bowl crafted with every possible ingredient, plus extra guac — it just has way too much going on.
The behavior of college students is already zoo-like enough — we certainly don’t need to be adding unnecessary animals into the mix. Plus, what if they eat your homework?
Expectations for the respective processes of fraternities and sororities during recruitment are consistently inconsistent, leading to frustration among some members of the Greek community.
Co-opinion editor Katie Freeman explains why the concept of ‘pulling something off’ doesn’t exist and that you should stop worrying about what everyone else is thinking.
As a power duo, the happily committed Caitlin Segraves will join hands with the chronically single Katie Freeman to critically analyze the collection of Tinder user biographies Katie has collected over the course of her time at Butler.