I worry that the facts about this pandemic will be largely forgotten, reducing them — like most facts apparently — to supposedly partisan talking points.
Upon my daily entry into Jordan Hall, I am confronted with an array of scents. These prominent sensations permeate the halls and classrooms, and I cannot help but notice them.
Butler’s new sports betting policy, a sciences construction update, the week in Butler sports and an interview with opinion columnist Zachary Gossett in this week’s Collegian Newscast.
Columnist Zach Gossett argues that Indiana residents should resist state senators’ effort to jail more children with adults.
I worry that the past will repeat itself ‒ that, in a year or so, we will have three empty storefronts again. But even if they manage to avoid that fate, the parking garage still has two open spots. These vacancies present an opportunity: Butler should put student-run businesses in the parking garage’s empty storefronts.