Campus News · Sports

Butler track and field off to hot start under first year coach

Adrian Holguin Student Sports Media Butler track is off to an extremely hot start, led by first year Head Coach Greg Franklin, with the Butler men currently ranked fifth and the women ranked 12th in the NJCAA. In an previous interview with Butler athletics, Franklin said it is very exciting for his team to be… Continue reading Butler track and field off to hot start under first year coach

Campus News · Community News

Kansas modifies requirements to alleviate teaching shortage 

Jen Anima Lantern Staff On Wednesday, Jan. 12, the Board of Education passed an emergency declaration to change the requirements for becoming a substitute teacher in the state of Kansas. The declaration will last until Wednesday, June 1 in hopes it will help the shortage of staff because of Covid-19 in Kansas schools. According to KWCH as of Saturday, Jan. 26, there have been 17,344… Continue reading Kansas modifies requirements to alleviate teaching shortage 

Campus News · Feature

Library latte offers chocolate delight

Photo by Kira Dye Kira Dye Lantern Staff For the month of February, Butler’s L.W. Nixon Library, located in the upstairs of the Hubbard (600) Building, offers specialty Valentine’s Day Black Forest Coffee lattes. This latte includes coffee, mixed with maraschino cherries and chocolate syrup, topped with whipped cream, chocolate syrup and a sweet maraschino… Continue reading Library latte offers chocolate delight

Campus News · Community News

Scholarship opportunity available to Kansas residents

Kira Dye Lantern Staff Whether students are looking for a scholarship or their current financial aid just is not cutting it, the Kansas Promise Act might be the right fit.   On April 23, 2021, Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly signed House Bill 2064, a bill that enables the Kansas Promise Scholarship Act.   What is the Kansas… Continue reading Scholarship opportunity available to Kansas residents