“After a semester of trying to find the best dupes in Plum to satisfy my snack time, I took it upon myself to discover the best dupes Butler has to offer.”
Some mysteries plague our campus, but no need to fear, I solved them.
Read on to hear what the Culture section has to predict for the semester.
If you have a lot of homework and studying to get done as the semester comes to an end, remember that where you go to get said work done says a lot about you.
Students have noticed that ordering from the dining location is inefficient and unorganized.
Butler University has many scents for our noses to interact with, and this is a detailed analysis of what they entail.
New options to join familiar favorites at the dining locations on campus.
Co-Opinion Editor Katie Freeman laments the loss of greasy goodies that were once available during the glory days of what is now Plum Market.
The Irwin geese, a fixture of Butler’s campus for the past four years, are notoriously difficult to contact. However after much chasing, the patriarch of the family finally agreed to sit down with me for an interview.
Fewer options, poor food quality and falsely-labeled items are among the problems that students have had with Butler dining this year.