Tag Archives: Kelsa Reynolds


Being as that I am so far away from Butler’s campus this semester, The Butler Collegian and Connection are the only two ways that I receive any news whatsoever regarding the happenings within the university. It is my great displeasure to share with you that I extremely disagree with the way you went about handling

OPINION | Reynolds’ position boosts presidential credentials

My tenure as The Butler Collegian’s editor in chief has contained its fair share of nail-biters, challenges and joys. Leading this influential student organization is a challenging job—much like the role of Student Government Association president. Granted, holding government accountable and actually governing are two different things, but learning from this experience has taught me

Palmer, Reynolds seek to end SGA female presidency drought

There have been only five female Student Government Association presidents in the past 21 years at Butler University—something candidates Kelsa Reynolds and Katie Palmer hope to change this election. Despite Butler’s female majority and large female participation in SGA, the number of past female presidents is low. There are certain stereotypes female candidates have to

Despite discussion, SGA assembly frequency will not change

It may always get brought up at Student Government Association assembly meetings, but the meeting frequency will not change any time soon. SGA President Al Carroll said that the idea to move assembly to every other week as opposed to every week like it is now is brought up every year. “The administration wouldn’t change