There is one additional constant in their editing process, though, reliable and sturdy, that I have come to anticipate with trepidation: our editors will go through and, without fail, remove a few of the words that they deem to simply be “too much.”
When it comes to leaving the Collegian, it’s not that I lack the sentiment; but after four years of studying journalism, I’m missing the words to properly express what this paper has meant to me.
Columnist Douglas Roche III takes a break from his research paper to dissect the notorious procrastination habits haunting him through his academic endeavors.
Classical music is a living artform, and there is a lot of space between where the art form is now and where it was when Beethoven died.
As part of our “Impact of 98 Seconds” series, the Butler Collegian is publishing a collection of letters from survivors of sexual assault to their perpetrator. Our hope is to provide survivors with a voice, even if it is anonymous.
“Sports require, blood, sweat, tears — and the occasional divine intervention from the universe. Here are what the stars are projecting about your sporting future.”
Columnist Doug Roche III seeks to understand the appeal to gambling and why it has been on his mind.
The years-long debate over leggings is still alive and well, inciting rage in some and prompting dialogue for others. But even though it sounds trivial — and it kind of is — the leggings debate is rooted in something deeper, something more persistent.
At the beginning of this school year, my peers and I auditioned for seating placements within the orchestra, and I was appointed as concertmaster. This is the principal violin seat in the orchestra, and it has presented a whole new host of responsibilities.
The Collegian’s Starmasters provide advice, consolation, and predictions for Butler students as they approach the end of the semester.