Review

Music biopic attracts new generation of viewers 

Lantern Staff For millennials and Gen Z, music biopics like Elvis, Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman create a new generation of listeners, which means great artists like Elvis and Queen continue to transcend time.  Director Baz Luhrmann uses Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks) to narrate the story of Elvis Presley (Austin Butler). Eventually, The Colonel, who… Continue reading Music biopic attracts new generation of viewers 

Review

Film offers action, suspense for viewers

John Meyer Lantern Staff The movie Plane, which was released to theaters on Friday, Jan. 13, is directed by Jean-François Richet and is the length of one hour and 47 minutes. This movie has some very awesome actors starring Gerard Butler, Louis Gaspare and Tony Goldwyn. Knowing Butler’s background with all his action-packed movies, this… Continue reading Film offers action, suspense for viewers

Campus News · Feature · Sports

Brown returns stronger: Goals are only a baseline for success 

Lantern Staff Butler Grizzly Shawn Brown returns this semester after rolling his ankle in a pick-up game of basketball early into the fall semester. In fact, the Grizzly is starting off this track and field season strong, doing well at the meet at Washburn University on Saturday, Jan 21.  “I won the 60, and I… Continue reading Brown returns stronger: Goals are only a baseline for success 

Campus News · Feature

Butler alum welcomed back by old professors 

Jen Anima-Valdez Editor-in-Chief When you walk into Joseph LaForge’s office, you will notice tons of books, football and soccer jerseys, and of course his uniquely detailed water dispenser for his Terere – a native Paraguayan tea.   His love for Paraguayan culture and their awareness of the natural world is shown throughout not only his office… Continue reading Butler alum welcomed back by old professors 

Review

Slumberland offers laughs with Momoa as a thief 

John Meyer Lantern Staff   The movie Slumberland is produced by Francis Lawrence who had based the movie off the movie Little Nemo Adventures in Slumberland, which was produced in 1992 by Masami Hata and William Hurtz. The movie Slumberland is streaming on Netflix and runs about an hour and 57 minutes long. The main character… Continue reading Slumberland offers laughs with Momoa as a thief 

Campus News · Feature

FBLA organizes clothing, food drive

Jen Anima-Valdez Editor-in-Chief From Tuesday, Nov. 1 through Friday, Nov. 18  the Future Business Leaders of America Organization (FBLA) held a food and clothing drive that would help students in need who attend Butler.   “Butler has not had a very active FBLA chapter for a while until this year,” Mason Kane, a freshman and sports… Continue reading FBLA organizes clothing, food drive

Feature · Sports

Competition, academics attract Harding: Mustang native bears all on court 

Lantern Staff The reputation that Head Coach Mike Helmer has built for the women’s basketball program is what initially drew a Mustang, Oklahoma native to Butler.   “Teams in the past for Butler have been great and the name alone grants exposure to the players,” Randi Harding, a point guard, said.  Harding is in her freshman… Continue reading Competition, academics attract Harding: Mustang native bears all on court 

Opinion

OPINION/ Hygiene products are too pricey: Relieve the burden on consumers 

Jen Anima-Valdez Editor-in-Chief Feminine hygiene products are items that are always in demand, but that are also too pricey for a problem that some cannot control. It seems companies are taking advantage of this natural occurrence that happens within the female body, which is why feminine hygiene products should be free nationwide. Without a woman… Continue reading OPINION/ Hygiene products are too pricey: Relieve the burden on consumers 

Campus News · Feature

Historical production opens tonight: ‘Cleopatra’ with limited seating  

John Meyer Lantern Staff Photos by Caden Runnalls Professor of Theatre and Speech Bob Peterson will make his second directorial debut tonight with Cleopatra at 7:30 p.m.   Peterson chose to direct Cleopatra because he is captivated by her as a historical figure.   “I was always fascinated by her,” Peterson said. “She is a… Continue reading Historical production opens tonight: ‘Cleopatra’ with limited seating