As spring semester commenced, students found trouble as the app shows wrong classrooms, times and professors.
With the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh, the United States government has officially undermined everything the Supreme Court is meant to stand for. America’s last line of defense is gone. If you aren’t scared, you’re not paying attention.
Columnist Nate Lemen discusses what makes a newspaper readership program so important on a college campus.
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.
Columnist Nate Lemen discusses ways to handle all the issues the world faces.
Host Kennedy Aiman gives Collegian viewers a rundown of what they can expect to see in the news section of this week’s Butler Collegian.
Historical marker posted in downtown Mooresville. Photo by Madi McGuire. MADI MCGUIRE | STAFF REPORTER | email@example.com Mooresville is a small town southwest of Indianapolis and is known as the home of the state flag. This December, the flag is turning 100-years-old while the state of Indiana turns 200. The bicentennial celebration is happening all…
KATIE GOODRICH | EDITOR IN CHIEF | firstname.lastname@example.org Dear Collegian readers, Each new school year brings changes, and the Collegian is no exception. This year we are returning to a weekly print product, which will be eight pages of content in full color delivered every Wednesday. This bit of news (and it is very good…
The Butler Speech Team hosted an annual Bulldog Battle where 15 schools across the Midwest came to compete. Here are photos of the event. Photos By: Michael Brown
While reading through (last) week’s Collegian, I was shocked with how the election was handled. I realize there wasn’t much lead time and the president won the election, but the article was incredibly one-sided. I look at the front page of the newspaper as the “News” section. Only the first three paragraphs were news; the…