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Decolonizing academia means everyone can tell their own story
Changes to the Core curriculum to include more diverse voices will help validate these voices and give students an education that employers are looking for. Columnist Emma Beavins discusses the decolonization of academia and how it can allow you to tell your own story, too.
How to Adult: Graduating on time
Students share their unique college career choices and how they manage to graduate on time.
Study what you love
Though subjects may be taught in different buildings, every field of study can be enriched with perspectives from different disciplines.
Core curriculum committee prohibits colleges from requiring core courses
Business Ethics causes controversy within core curriculum. Course attracts mostly business students, contradicting purpose of liberal arts core curriculum.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR | “College Fix” article disappointing
My former adviser at Butler sent me an opinion piece by Ryan Lovelace in The College Fix in which he expresses some troubling opinions on the nature of Butler’s liberal arts curriculum and the liberal arts in general. As a former photography editor of The Collegian, my first reaction was disappointment that a journalist from…
UNIVERSITY RESPONSE | A message to Butler from President Danko about inclusivity
University President Jim Danko wrote the following message to the entire campus December 1. Dear Butler University Students, Faculty and Staff: According to our Statement of Guiding Principles, at Butler University we work toward respect and dignity for all individuals in our community and aim to promote an open and tolerant environment for voicing opinions.…
OPINION | Full liberal arts education needed
The liberal arts focus at Butler University is an integral part of students’ educational experience. This becomes especially important during scheduling, when it is much easier to notice and disparage the problems with the core curriculum. Although the core curriculum needs some improvements, students must not forget the importance of a liberal arts education. The…
OPINION | Equity raises a moral necessity
Butler University’s Board of Trustees has decided to table the topic of equity raises once again. The Trustees decided to withhold equity raises until a later date due to other concerns. President Jim Danko recommended as much last fall. While business concerns play a vital and practical role in the university, Butler must prioritize moral…
OPINION | SOPA and PIPA cause website outburst
Unless you have been living under a rock or have been hit by an electromagnetic pulse and electronic devices are not working, surely you have heard or seen something about the bills that the government is trying to pass. Those bills are commonly referred to as SOPA and PIPA. SOPA stands for ‘Stop Online Piracy…