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Faculty contract blooms just in time for spring  

Kira Dye Lantern Staff As the weather warms up, flowers begin blooming – for professional Butler employees especially. The 2021-2022 Master Agreement was approved unanimously at the Tuesday, March 8 Board of Trustees meeting.  After a recent union contract froze up in a winter impasse, professional employees reached a conclusion, including a back-paid salary increase… Continue reading Faculty contract blooms just in time for spring  

Campus News · Feature

Adorable support dogs comfort students, staff

Jen Anima Lantern Staff From Hapi and Love on a Leash, Dobby, a Chihuahua mix, and Tobby, a Shih Tzu, comforted various students, among them Ashton Conley, a sophomore Grizzly soccer and basketball player. From drooling dogs like Riddick, a black Newfoundland, to handsome Huxley, an Aussie Doodle, Butler staff and students relaxed amidst the… Continue reading Adorable support dogs comfort students, staff

Campus News · Opinion · Sports

A season of inconsistencies for the Butler Grizzlies

Adrian Holguin Student Sports Media The 2022 Butler women’s basketball season was one of irregularity and inconsistencies. It marked the very first time that 14-year Head Coach Mike Helmer did not finish a season with his group positioned at or above the sixth spot in the KJCCC. Above all else, the 2022 season was simply… Continue reading A season of inconsistencies for the Butler Grizzlies

Campus News · Community News · Feature

Student organization invites speakers: Events highlight Black history

Evan Dalian Managing Editor As Black History Month comes to an end, students and staff reflect on what Black History Month means to them and the events that took place this month to celebrate. President of Black Student Association (BSA) Morgan-Alysse Black explained what Black History Month means to her.  “It is a month of… Continue reading Student organization invites speakers: Events highlight Black history

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