Campus News · Sports

Grizzlies look to improve after tough loss

Brody Nemecek Student Sports Media This Saturday, April 3, the Grizzlies host their second football game of the season, and first at home against the No. 1 ranked Hutchinson Blue Dragons. Last season, the Blue Dragons stayed atop the polls for a five-week stint, and with a late season upset, missed out on the chance for a national title. However,… Continue reading Grizzlies look to improve after tough loss

Review

‘WandaVision’ provides Marvel fans with exciting new content

Maya Hall Editor-in-Chief On August 31, 2009, when The Walt Disney Company announced a deal to acquire Marvel Entertainment and then finally merging in December of 2009, the two have been correlating together ever since. With Disney’s new streaming platform, Disney+, it was expected that Marvel material, old and new, would be included: It sure… Continue reading ‘WandaVision’ provides Marvel fans with exciting new content

Campus News · Feature

Runnalls jumps into *editing* action

Photos courtesy of Bernie Wonsetler Hallie Mayes Managing Editor In 3… 2… 1.. action, the Butler Theatre department has worked hard to develop the play “Joe Sent Me” performed live on Sunday, Sept. 24 – Monday, Sept. 25. The actors and crew anxiously await the film of the play they worked so tirelessly to perfect. They still have yet to receive the recording. Student actor Caden Runnalls decided… Continue reading Runnalls jumps into *editing* action

Opinion

OPINION: Spring break poses threat of Covid cases, beneficial to mental health

Maya Hall Editor-in-Chief In the midst of a pandemic, colleges across the country have made different, and difficult, decisions regarding spring break. With spring break being a notoriously popular time to travel, especially for college students, not all colleges went through with a spring break.  Butler did take a spring break, but other local colleges such… Continue reading OPINION: Spring break poses threat of Covid cases, beneficial to mental health

Campus News · Feature

Tutoring opportunities move virtual

Hallie Mayes Managing Editor Whether you are gifted, can offer assistance or need some extra help, get involved with the Butler tutoring team.   Currently developing a virtual presence offering online scheduling for appointments face-to-face and online, life coach Cassandra Zeiner and her team of student tutors have created an online presence allowing for accessibility and convenience.  The new online booking… Continue reading Tutoring opportunities move virtual

Opinion

OPINION: Don’t cancel someone: Hold them accountable

Naomi Galindo Lantern Staff Social media has been growing in the past few years, and celebrities and influencers use these platforms to talk to their fans or post pictures about things going on in their daily lives and even to promote any material such as music and movies. Because of the popularity of social media, more people are joining these platforms every day. There… Continue reading OPINION: Don’t cancel someone: Hold them accountable

Review

‘Judas and the Black Messiah’: A fascinating, yet disturbing masterpiece

Hayden Cole Lantern Staff 8/10 Lanterns Telling the story of an undercover informant in the Black Panthers during the 60s and 70s, Judas and the Black Messiah delivers action and drama that can’t help but captivate the viewer. It delivers award-worthy performances and doesn’t just call out the failing of white people and the U.S.… Continue reading ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’: A fascinating, yet disturbing masterpiece

Opinion

OPINION: Take the step: Abolish Daylight Savings

Annette Berntsen Lantern Staff Well, it is that time of year again – when you wake up unnecessarily more tired than ever and the sun never seems to set. That’s right – Daylight Savings time. Because of its negative effects on health and safety, Kansas should push forward to abolish Daylight Savings.   Each year on the second week of March marks… Continue reading OPINION: Take the step: Abolish Daylight Savings