Campus News

A Shakespearean decline in literature enrollment

Kira Dye Lantern Staff In recent days, the Butler literature department has seen a decline relative to other programs in enrollment for its courses, leading English professors to use their marketing skills to bring attention to their program. What’s possibly behind this continuing pattern?  In 2015, Butler Community College switched from its previous “cafeteria” degree… Continue reading A Shakespearean decline in literature enrollment

Arts & Prose · Campus News

Juried exhibition highlights, recognizes art students’ work 

Jen Anima Lantern Staff The E.B White Art Gallery on the El Dorado campus invites students to see the new pieces that have been put on display for this year’s Juried Exhibition. The annual Juried Exhibition in the E.B White Art Gallery is open to the public and students until Monday, May 2 from 10… Continue reading Juried exhibition highlights, recognizes art students’ work 

Campus News

Board of Trustees hold April meeting: Broadcasting students recognized, Union moves to traditional bargaining among others

The Board of Trustees meets every month on the second Tuesday. The April meeting was held Tuesday, April 12 at 4:30 p.m. in the Dankert Trustee Board Room of the Welcome Center. The call to order began promptly at 4:30 p.m. followed by the pledge of allegiance and approval of agenda. The meeting began with… Continue reading Board of Trustees hold April meeting: Broadcasting students recognized, Union moves to traditional bargaining among others

Campus News · Feature

Mass Communications professor to retire after fulfilling career

Ally Davis Editor-in-Chief There is always that one professor that has been around for years, but we do not always know their background and where they came from. Michael Swan, professor of Mass Communications, has taught at Butler for over 20 years. Since Swan was a little kid, he used to watch the news and… Continue reading Mass Communications professor to retire after fulfilling career

Campus News

Counselor offers meditation, pizza to manage mental health and stress

Evan Dalian Managing Editor In March, Student Life paired with Counselor Nancy Hamm to take students through a meditation on both the Andover and El Dorado campuses. The Andover event took place Tuesday, March 22 at 12 p.m. in the Grizzly Den and the El Dorado event took place the following week, Tuesday, March 29… Continue reading Counselor offers meditation, pizza to manage mental health and stress

Campus News · Community News · Feature

Library offers a monthly challenge, caffeinated beverages 

Jen Anima Lantern Staff Do not miss your chance to enter this semester’s library challenge offered at both El Dorado and Andover campuses. The monthly challenge is simple: Grab a book from the display shelf, read it and fill out a review for that book to be entered to win an Amazon gift card at… Continue reading Library offers a monthly challenge, caffeinated beverages 

Campus News · Sports

Update: More fresh faces for Butler Grizzly football

Adrian Holguin Student Sports Media It turns out the elevation of Head Coach Brice Vignery will not be the only coaching change for the Butler Grizzlies as Nate Haremza and Kyle Woodall have been promoted to offensive coordinator and defensive coordinator, respectively. This will be Haremza’s fifth season with the Butler Grizzlies and Woodall’s seventh.… Continue reading Update: More fresh faces for Butler Grizzly football