“‘Wait, you haven’t seen that show? How have you not seen that show?’”
“2024 is the year we start to be better — or maybe worse.”
“Some students work out, some students meditate, and a great number of us hate-watch. It can feel so good to take that bad grade, that manager yelling at you or that deadline and put it into some perfectly crafted cynicism.”
For all four of my years at Butler, Lana Del Rey released a new album, shockingly pertinent to each year here.
Are your laptop stickers measuring up to my standards? Come find out.
I don’t want to feel like I’m required to give my body away in exchange for eventual love.
To be raised in America is to be inherently complicit in racist laws and institutions. Those who choose not to educate themselves inject their bias into society, individuals like this who work at news organizations taint their content with internalized racism.
Assistant opinion editor Austin Klawitter examines the public’s opinion of the media and the role it plays in the democracy of the United States.
On Monday, Butler University students will hit the polls ready to vote for the next Student Government Association president. For those reading this very editorial, they’re seeing the giant headline that shows that the staff of The Collegian approves of Mike Keller and found him to be the best-suited candidate in the election. You’ll see…
Persuasion, yelling and calling into question the moral character of an opponent are all interesting and predictable components of a modern argument, especially one between young adults. In the hustle and bustle of college, it seems that students are losing the perspective that comes with civil discourse. Instead of arguing from a logical standpoint and…