“I’m pushing myself outside of my comfort zone and trying to think of other cool things that I could make.”
With Butler University seeing temperatures in the negatives, students must find ways to stay warm. Multimedia reporter Ali Moulton talks to students on campus on tips for this harsh weather.
“Although dressing appropriately for the weather is certainly becoming a concern in the days of record-breaking temperatures, it’s only secondary to the vastly more important goal of looking cute.”
“I knew I just wanted to be on a team and Butler just happened to have that DI title but to me it’s just a title, just being a part of a family is what I cared about most and I’m so glad I found it.”
Feeling sad about the lack of true snow days thanks to Zoom University? You’re not alone. Abby is here to commiserate with a silly obituary and some tips to get you through.
With mental health at a low right now due to the pandemic, understanding more about seasonal depression and how to treat it could be more critical than ever before.
Dry and flaky skin are common during the colder months; here are five ways to keep the skin healthy during the winter season.
Counseling and Consultation Services expert recommends consistency, sleep, exercise, and self-care to deal with both Seasonal Affective Disorder and the winter blues.
Winter brings dangerous driving conditions, cold weather and the flu for cars. The Collegian has a few tips to keeping your car on campus healthy and safe as you drive during the winter.
This winter’s hazardous weather conditions created problems for the Butler grounds crew, faculty and students.