The Butler Way is in the eye of the beholder.
The eyes aren’t the window to the soul; the name you use at Starbucks is.
“Your degree is worthless:” The danger of neglecting the arts and humanities
The arts and humanities are the backbone of our society, but these fields have recently been getting neglected.
It’s the balm: What your favorite lip balm says about you
Allow me to judge you for all your ChapStick habits and preferences.
Pick up the pace: Tall people need to walk faster
Some tall people are ridiculously slow walkers, and that needs to change.
Cultural college commuters
Why do so many commuter students identify as people of color or children of immigrants?
Inside the world of hijab politics
Mahsa Amini’s story is one that begs the question of what it means to have freedom of choice as a Muslim woman.
Butler smells like up-dawg
Butler University has many scents for our noses to interact with, and this is a detailed analysis of what they entail.
The predominantly white institution predicament
What it means to be visibly marginalized at a predominantly white university.
The dangers of neglecting critical thinking while reading literature
When engaging with literary texts, it is crucial to think critically and with nuance, but why is this so? What is the importance of critical thinking when it comes to reading?