Community News · Opinion

How to help Ukrainian refugees

Jen Anima Lantern Staff NumanaNumana is a non-profit hunger relief organization based in El Dorado. They have provided three different ways in which Kansans can help Ukraine in these difficult times: donating to their Ukrainian Refugee Crisis Response Fund, having a private meal packing event and hosting a meal packing event. Click the link below… Continue reading How to help Ukrainian refugees

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


Misinformation about vaccines hurt people 

Kira Dye Lantern Staff Are you hesitant to receive the COVID-19 vaccine(s)? Have you been given conflicting information regarding the safety of the vaccine(s)? Here are the facts.   Let’s start by asking: What is VAERS? VAERS stands for Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System and is co-managed by two different organizations: the Centers for Disease Control… Continue reading Misinformation about vaccines hurt people