“I hope I can help the next generation of Butler sports media students find the resources they need to be successful in preparing for the career they want to pursue in the world of sports.”
A student-run group has recently resurfaced under the name “proudamericabu” and continues to post a wealth of nationalist nonsense with a fun splash of transphobia, misogyny, and capitalist bootlicking.
If it doesn’t serve you mentally, emotionally or physically, why should you or anyone else pay attention to it?
Body checking is not about confidence and accepting oneself. It is about tearing down others by promoting an ideal body standard.
Fanpages and free publicity on campus
Multimedia Reporter Veronica Smith asks students what they think about Yik Yak, a trending app.
After a four year ban, the localized, anonymous commenting app “YikYak” has been restored to its former glory, and Butler students are picking up right where they left off.
Credibility on TikTok isn’t guaranteed, leading viewers to seek other sources to find out themselves.
The addition of these facially-distorting filters is bound to lift society’s already sky-high beauty standards yet another notch higher.
On Aug. 19, Butler University sophomore Chinyelu Mwaafrika posted a TikTok captioned “If I hear of parties…I will snitch” and went to sleep. Since then, the video has received over 7 million views and 2.2 million likes.