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Professor reflects on Russian program’s success

Naomi Galindo Lantern Staff Studying Russian has always been a language that people want to learn. There are many universities that offer a bachelor’s and master’s programs; however, it is not very common to see community colleges offer these programs. Butler Community College is one of those few schools, especially in the state of Kansas.  … Continue reading Professor reflects on Russian program’s success

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Butler theatre presents “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood”

Annette Berntsen Lantern Staff On Friday, April 16 and Saturday, April 17, the theatre department will perform “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood” by Ken Ludwig. Directed by Bob Peterson, the show portrays the legendary Robin Hood in Nottingham.   The story follows the typical Robin Hood plot: Robin Hood, accompanied by Maid Marian and Friar… Continue reading Butler theatre presents “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood”

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Baseball splits series against Garden City with 19-6 victory

Bryce Hirayama Student Sports Media Up until March 5, the Butler baseball team had only lost one game on the year but that all changed when Garden City beat the Grizzlies in back to back games. The Grizzlies were outscored 9-5 in the double-header, losing 3-2 in the first game and 6-3 in the second.… Continue reading Baseball splits series against Garden City with 19-6 victory

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Wet noses lifting spirits before finals

Madeline Owens Staff Writer As students are preparing for their final exams, stress tends to sit in the back of their minds causing more chaos in preparation for finals week.  The sociology and psychology club on campus, SoPsyched, wanted to help students have a little fun before their big tests.  The club worked in collaboration… Continue reading Wet noses lifting spirits before finals

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Football returns to Midwest Classic Bowl for second consecutive year

Bryce Hirayama Student Sports Media The Butler Grizzlies are going back to the postseason for the second year in a row following another winning season, finishing 9-3, under Head Coach Tim Schaffner. The Grizzlies went 8-4 last year and appeared in the Midwest Classic Bowl Miami, Oklahoma. Last year they took on Northeastern Oklahoma A&M,… Continue reading Football returns to Midwest Classic Bowl for second consecutive year

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Enrollment continues to decline as more students opt for workforce

Amanda Smith Managing Editor According to The Kansas Board of Regents, almost all types of post-high school education across the state has seen a decrease in enrollment within the last five years. For Butler, that percentage is resting at nearly negative 15, which according to Associate Vice President of Student Services Jessica Ohman, reflects the… Continue reading Enrollment continues to decline as more students opt for workforce

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Track team finishes season on a strong note, claims two national titles

Emmie Boese Lantern Staff The Butler Men’s and Women’s track team finished their season off at the NJCAA Division 1 Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday, May 18 in Hobbs, New Mexico.The Grizzlies claimed two national titles from their men’s 4×100 m relay team and in the men’s 100m dash. The men’s and women’s… Continue reading Track team finishes season on a strong note, claims two national titles