Despite his dismal relationship with women, President Trump attempted to defend his record on women’s issues during his State of the Union address in the face of democratic congresswomen whose very career paths contradict his rhetoric.
Butler’s pro-life student organization, Butler Bulldogs for Life, went to the nation’s capital to participate in the annual March for Life two weeks ago.
After a recent decision within the Trump administration, the University of Notre Dame decided to refuse birth control coverage to students and employees and retracted its initial decision three days later.
Bulldogs for Life recently took to Butler University’s sidewalks, but not with chants and picket signs in broad daylight. These protestors were strangely silent, using chalk to scrawl their opinions on sidewalks by night. This attempt to bring a heady social-issue discussion to the forefront is commendable, but it ultimately fails to raise consciousness. Several…