Multimedia reporter Rachel Christie gets an inside look at Sigma Chi’s Haunted House and why the fraternity hosts this event.
Relay for Life: supporting cancer research, survivors and caregivers
Butler’s Relay for Life will take place on Oct. 27 from 5:30-10:00 p.m. in the Reilley Room. The annual event will have food, activities, music and lanterns in support of cancer research and all of those impacted by cancer.
Alpha Chi Omega hosts Take Back the Night
On Friday, April 6, Alpha Chi Omega and the Office of Health Education and Outreach Programs will host Take Back the Night, an event part of an international organization aimed at ending sexual violence
Service for social media
When the driving force behind good deeds becomes “do it for the ‘Gram,” is that the transition from generosity to selfishness?
The pros and cons of the Butler Bubble
Assistant opinion editor Austin Klawitter explores the idea of the Butler Bubble and its effects on the student community.
OPINION | Student activists should reprioritize
Published April 3, 2012 Imagine if students did not take to the streets on college campuses protesting the Vietnam War, race relations, sexual morals, women’s rights or the role of authority in the late 1960s and early 1970s. What achievements would be nonexistent today? Participation in community service by college students is at an all-time…
OPINION | Students should learn, not just pass
For me, high school was a time when my extracurricular activities outweighed my school work. I’d put my time into my school work at school, but my hours outside of school were spent playing sports, participating in various school clubs and spending time with family and friends. I really didn’t have to sit down and…