Ellie Allen reminisces about her past four years on the Collegian and all of the people who have made it the best part of her college experience.
“The Collegian, for me, has offered an incomparable platform to lobby, to spar, to poke fun and to participate in university life in a way that is both practical and, frankly, fun.”
Henry Bredemeier, the Collegian’s favorite Ohioan, says goodbye.
The seniors on the editorial board reflect on their time with the Collegian as they approach graduation.
Ben Caylor celebrates his 10th birthday with his favorite brownie cookie crumble cake. Photo courtesy of Ben’s mom. BEN CAYLOR | PHOTO EDITOR | firstname.lastname@example.org As a photographer, I didn’t really think I would have to write one of these things. But here we are, so strap in and please keep your hands and feet…
College doesn’t go as fast as a blink of an eye, it’s more like a lot of blinking in a row. It’s still fast, but you get little glimpses of all the memories you made. And then it’s over.
A co-opinion editor tries to balance nostalgia, fear and self-congratulation while still being very funny and only a little overdramatic.
Seniors from the editorial board share their thoughts and experiences from their past years on the Butler Collegian.
Four years after attending my first Collegian meeting, it’s finally time to put a knot in this part of my life, to tuck the pieces beneath my warp strings and move on with something in its place. It’s certainly easier said than done, trying to extricate myself from this glorious tangle of newspaper twine and Slack threads.
Butler Collegian sports editor Drew Favakeh talks about what led him to Butler, and why the Butler Collegian will always hold a special place in his heart