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

Feature · Sports

Tally your brackets — the Madness begins!

Evan Dalian Managing Editor The best time of the year has arrived, at least for college basketball fans. Spring break arrives, St. Patty’s Day, and March Madness begins…all in the same week! The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, otherwise known as March Madness, is a single elimination tournament comprised of 68 teams that compete… Continue reading Tally your brackets — the Madness begins!

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 · 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

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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 · 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