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Miller: The Butler Way has lost meaning

Miller: The Butler Way has lost meaning

From the coaching changes, new players and national prominence, managing editor Marisa Miller highlights why she believes The Butler Way, the phrase this university has taken full advantage of, no longer exists.

Eaton: An open letter from a Butler student and lifelong fan

The Butler Way shaped sophomore Zach Eaton’s life before he was a student on campus and starts with his family’s roots at the school. After watching three men’s basketball head coaches leave, he hopes LaVall Jordan is here to stay.

Campus remembers late professor

Butler University colleagues and students remember Amos Carpenter as a man of knowledge and humility. An extremely organized person (though it wouldn’t look that way, according to faculty in the math department), Carpenter was kind, and he encouraged others’ input and questions. “He always had a great, big smile with a twinkle in his eye,”

Ads should focus on Butler’s offerings

Before any Butler University athletes take the court,  they size up their competition. It’s all about making themselves better against their opponents. The situation should be no different when Butler competes with other universities for prospective students and donors. According to Marcia Dowell, executive director of University Relations, Butler recently spent more than $1,000 to

Bulldogs keep making us proud

During the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championships, fans often forget that the athletes playing the games are also college students. But Butler University hasn’t forgotten. Although some of its students are athletes, they are always students before anything else. We at The Butler Collegian, are proud to say that Butler athletes are able to

Alum poses questions about ‘The Butler Way’

As election night approached, one Butler University alumnus found a piece of campaign communication to be offensive and against “the Butler Way.” Butler alumnus Eddie Journey received a mailer Oct. 15 from congressional candidate and Butler sociology professor Marvin Scott. Journey said he was under the impression that at an institution like Butler, diversity would

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