Host Kennedy Aiman gives viewers an inside look at the top stories from the Collegian this week. Stories include a potential pay increase for the SGA President, the money Butler earned from the NCAA Tournament, a preview at the final visiting writer of the year and a hot take about commencement speaker David Brooks.
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Host Kennedy Aiman runs through the biggest stories coming out of the Collegian this week from culture, opinion and sports. Then, reporter Graeme Wright stops by to discuss in-depth his profile over Butler baseball pitcher Garrett Christman.
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Host Kennedy Aiman and assistant culture editor Julia Bluhm discuss what’s coming in the culture section, which includes a review of the box office hit “Black Panther.”
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Josh Doering, assistant sports editor, talks to host Kennedy Aiman about a Q&A with Butler play-by-play’s Mark Miner and Eric Gardner, the No. 9 recruiting class in the nation for men’s soccer and an upcoming profile about Butler’s Kelan Martin and Tyler Wideman.
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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.
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Assistant news editor Sorell Grow discusses with Kennedy Aiman heating issues on Butler’s campus, Butler online courses and the recent announcement of the top-100 students.
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Co-news editor Jessica Lee talks to host Kennedy Aiman about how Butler University has cut off ties with Triton Brewing Co. as well as how a course on President Donald Trump proved to Butler they didn’t have a process in place for approving special topics courses.
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Managing Editor Marisa Miller and host Kennedy Aiman discuss the top stories in the Collegian this week, including the closure of a main Butler road, a new study program in New York City and men’s and women’s soccer.
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Assistant opinion editor Austin Klawitter stops by to discuss what is coming this week in the opinion section, which features a column about RA life and a follow up column on campus safety.
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Assistant sports editor Collin Perry discusses the top stories in sports, including a preview of the men’s basketball season, a story about passionate Butler volleyball fans and a Q&A with a doctor who discusses Boston Celtics star Gordon Hayward’s injury.