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Art “creates” positive impact on small town Kansas

Hallie Mayes   Managing Editor Economic opportunity has begun to spotlight the importance of art in small towns across America. Downtown El Dorado offers various opportunities to get involved, attend or create for gallery art shows.  El Dorado has much to offer for fans of artwork as well as for those who wish to create. Main Street offers museums, classes, as well as murals and sculptures beautifying the town additionally keeping… Continue reading Art “creates” positive impact on small town Kansas

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Employees invited to VPA open forum: Nevill speaks of the importance of IT, digital learning, supporting students through technology

Maya Hall Editor-in-Chief Tom Nevill, a Springfield, Illinois, native, was the third of three candidates invited by the college to meet with employees at an open forum in El Dorado on Friday, April 23. President Kim Krull first introduced Nevill, then went on to list his qualifications and achievements before having him come up to the… Continue reading Employees invited to VPA open forum: Nevill speaks of the importance of IT, digital learning, supporting students through technology

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Employees invited to VPA open forum: Andreo speaks of Butler’s success, desire to be a part of the family

Lantern Staff Eddie Andreo, an associate vice president for Distance Learning at Cowley College, was the second of three candidates invited by the college to meet with employees at an open forum today. President Kim Krull first welcomed Andreo to the open forum held on the El Dorado campus.  “I feel comfortable enough calling you… Continue reading Employees invited to VPA open forum: Andreo speaks of Butler’s success, desire to be a part of the family

Opinion · Review

Zach Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ ‘marvels’ audiences: Thrilling, gritty and visually stunning

Hayden Cole Lantern Staff 5/5 Lanterns The original release of the live action Justice League in 2017 was, to say the least, disappointing. It fell flat and failed to impress. Granted, it is hard to compete with Marvel. Still, not many people found the film enjoyable–not enough story, not enough action and not enough thought… Continue reading Zach Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ ‘marvels’ audiences: Thrilling, gritty and visually stunning

Campus News · Community News

Employees invited to VPA open forum: Ferguson speaks of Butler’s strengths, challenges audience

Lantern Staff Stephanie Ferguson, a Lancaster, Pennsylvania, native, was among the first of three candidates invited by the college to meet with employees at an open forum today. After she was introduced by President Kim Krull, Ferguson spoke about her background and qualifications. Prior to her applying for the position at the college, Ferguson had… Continue reading Employees invited to VPA open forum: Ferguson speaks of Butler’s strengths, challenges audience

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Vice presidential search opens to employees

Lantern Staff Vice President of Academic (VPA) candidates will be on campus this week, and employees are invited to attend an hour long in-person or Zoom session starting tomorrow, April 21. More information about the VPA search can be found here: Vice President of Academics Search | Butler Community College (butlercc.edu) Employees can visit VPA… Continue reading Vice presidential search opens to employees

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Butler theatre presents “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood”

Annette Berntsen Lantern Staff On Friday, April 16 and Saturday, April 17, the theatre department will perform “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood” by Ken Ludwig. Directed by Bob Peterson, the show portrays the legendary Robin Hood in Nottingham.   The story follows the typical Robin Hood plot: Robin Hood, accompanied by Maid Marian and Friar… Continue reading Butler theatre presents “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood”

Campus News · Sports

Repairs underway to stadium

Jayden Stanley Reporting 2 Student According to Ireland Turner, assistant director of Facilities Management, repairs to the BG Products Veterans Stadium are 50% complete, and in nearly eight weeks, it should be completed. First reported on Monday, Feb. 22, on the Butler Sports Media Facebook page, the stadium was damaged by cold temperatures and wind… Continue reading Repairs underway to stadium