“I’m a firm believer that your life is a work of art and what you do is a work of art.”
While Asian Americans have traditionally been excluded from both mainstream tellings of history and the media, the community has carved out a space in the online world. Here are 10 social media accounts and content creators to follow to learn from the Asian diaspora.
Melísenda Dixon, senior management information systems major and healthcare management minor, is the current president of Butler’s Black Student Union. She discusses her Afro-Latina identity, her involvement on campus and what it has been like for the Black community during the COVID-19 pandemic at a predominantly white institution.
Butler students and sisters Sarah and Zayna Salih share how their passion for fashion inspired them to start their clothing company, Salih Squared.
Multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten asked students what they thought of Taylor Swift and her choice to release a new album.
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.
Are you the Instagram Model, Facebook Oversharer, or more of an Aesthetician? Find out as columnist Madeleine Lucchetti explores the stereotypical users of social media.
October marks the start of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The information technology department will be sending out safety tips throughout the month to keep students informed and active about online security. Tyler Johnston from IT said cybersecurity is a multifaceted idea. He said that while there are many potential dangers that online activity can bring,…
An unknowing freshman fell through the roof of Butler University’s greenhouse last Saturday. Butler University Police Department Sgt. Mike Banner said that the student sat on the greenhouse roof, thinking it was brick, and fell through the glass. BUPD withheld the name of the student involved. “It’s hard to say how far he fell,” he…