“Is the amount of stress and cost of tuition worth it for a piece of paper after four years — if not more?”
A college student’s guide to personal finance: Credit, insurance and investment edition
Are you a strong, educated, independent individual with no idea what credit is? This series is for you.
LambdaGate: Updates on the Lambda Chi turf war
Instead of passively waiting for Lambda to decide whether or not to reestablish themselves, Butler is actively coaxing them back onto campus by paying architects and designers to create a feasible vision for the new house.
How to adult: grocery shopping on a budget
The Butler Collegian is here with a series of how-to articles that teach students various adult tasks.
Butler’s increased tuition creates stress, grief and anger
Columnist Nate Lemen talks to Butler faculty and students to hear their thoughts on the recent tuition hike.
Balancing act: saving cash in a monetary black hole
Columnists Madeleine Lucchetti and Nate Lemen provide students with unique ways of saving money in the ridiculously overpriced collegiate environment.
Fisher releases proposed budget
MELISSA IANNUZZI | ASST. NEWS EDITOR Butler University’s Student Government Association set a target maximum budget for the 2013-2014 academic year. SGA’s proposed budget is slightly more than $763,000, according to documents from Craig Fisher, SGA president. SGA’s approved budget last academic year was just more than $748,000, according to The Collegian’s “SGA assembly approves…
JCFA receives $210,000 grant
Watch out theatre world—Butler University is bringing an international flavor to Indianapolis. The Christel DeHaan Family Foundation recently gave a $210,000 grant to the Jordan College of Fine Arts theatre program and the Butler Community Arts School. William Fisher, theatre department chair, said the department will use their four-year $140,000 portion to establish the Visiting…
Butler Bowl changes funded through donations
Less than a year ago, the Butler Bowl was a source of embarrassment for the Bulldogs. The Bowl is now a source of pride after recent renovations to the press box and grand stands. “We want our athletes, our alumni and friends to have pride in how we present ourselves,” Butler University President Bobby Fong…