Bulldogs for Life, the Butler chapter of anti-abortion nonprofit Students for Life of America, tabled on campus in order to protest against abortion to the broader campus. Some abortion-rights students responded.
In this social media roundup, Butler students responded to a series of questions on The Butler Collegian’s Instagram story about pop culture, their summer and the new school year.
The Supreme Court of the United States overruled Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to abortion. Butler students share their reactions in the aftermath of this landmark case’s exit.
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.
First-year Gia Flynn already has eight tattoos, and she plans on getting 22 by the time of her 22nd birthday.
The other editors of The Butler Collegian refuse to let me make this publication a tabloid. I am an unsung hero, and nobody understands my struggle. Happy April Fool’s Day!
March 16, 2022 marked the one year anniversary of the Atlanta spa shootings that took the life of six Asian American women. Though it incited a surge in support for the Asian American community and awareness of the racism and hypersexualization that Asians face — Asian American women in particular, these are long-standing structural issues that are not going away anytime soon.
Feb. 24 through Feb. 27, the musical “Pippin” will be performed in Shelton Auditorium. This is the department’s first Mainstage production that opened auditions to all majors.
Student organization EcoReps will hold a clothing swap Feb. 5 to combat the environmental and social damage that fast fashion poses — plus five top tips to be more sustainable.
Bust the B.U.B.B.L.E., a student movement for racial justice, held its annual MLK Love Walk on Jan. 17 after the group’s hiatus. They have worked since 2015 — and have plans to continue — to improve the experiences of students of color at Butler.