Campus News · Feature

Library event features contemporary female characters 

Morgan-Alysse Black Lantern Staff Despite no participants, Anne Hawkins, a TALK scholar, continued with her discussion of the latest installment, The Underground Railroad, at the L.W. Nixon Library event, “TALK” (Talk About Literature). Hawkins teaches U.S. history at Washburn University.  On Thursday, Nov. 11, from 2-3:30 p.m. Butler Community College Library hosted  “TALK,” event where the college discusses literature. TALK is a grant-funded program from Humanities Kansas where each semester they discuss three different books on a specific theme. At each meeting there is… Continue reading Library event features contemporary female characters 

Campus News

Deputy police chief honors veterans: Clayton offers ways the public can help

Butler Lantern “Since 1776, no single generation of Americans has been spared the responsibility of defending and protecting our fundamental freedoms,” Kim Krull, the president of Butler, said, welcoming those in attendance to today’s Veteran’s Day Ceremony. “More than 48 million Americans have proudly worn our country’s uniform and served in the armed forces. And more… Continue reading Deputy police chief honors veterans: Clayton offers ways the public can help

Arts & Prose · Campus News · Feature

Number two in the books for the art department

Scenes from Erika Navarrete’s life Tatum Wykes Photo Editor The Art Department kicked off their second art exhibit on Tuesday, Nov. 8 and goes until Friday, Dec. 3.  There are three exhibits in each semester. The first exhibit, “Sightings,” opened on Thursday, Sept. 16. “Sightings” included art collected from personal collections of those in the… Continue reading Number two in the books for the art department

Feature · Sports

Butler Cross-Country Team prepares to head to nationals 

Morgan Alysse Black Lantern Staff El Dorado is a small town, home to Butler County Community College where many students attend from all over the world. These students have dreams and usually attend Butler with the mindset of it being a steppingstone in their path.  Sports play a significant role here at Butler, while many students are… Continue reading Butler Cross-Country Team prepares to head to nationals 

Campus News · Sports

Coffeyville submits an unsuccessful appeal in regards to playoff schedule change 

Adrian Holguin Student Sports Media The Coffeyville Red Ravens attempted to appeal the decision made by the KJCCC in regards to the playoff schedule change on Wednesday, Nov. 3, but the appeal was unsuccessful. The change took away Coffeyville’s ensuing game against Fort Scott and instead presented them with a first round match-up against the… Continue reading Coffeyville submits an unsuccessful appeal in regards to playoff schedule change 

Feature · Sports

Radio program highlights collegiate, professional sports

Aidan Harper  Student Sports Media Are you tired of listening to the same old sports radio shows? If so, you’re in luck because the Butler County Community College Sports Media program is hosting their own radio talk show. “The Cave” started  Thursday, Aug. 26 from 3-4 p.m., according to Student Sports Media Adviser Mike Swan.… Continue reading Radio program highlights collegiate, professional sports

Campus News · Sports

*BREAKING NEWS: Butler football forfeits wins: Self-reported ineligible player

Adrian Holguin & the Butler Student Sports Media Staff Butler football, previously 6-2, is required to forfeit their six wins after it was discovered they used an ineligible player. This news reportedly came out at noon Tuesday. “We had an ineligible player that played in a considerable amount of games,” Coach Tim Schaffner said. This… Continue reading *BREAKING NEWS: Butler football forfeits wins: Self-reported ineligible player

Review

Coffee shop exhibits excellence every time

Evan Dalian Managing Editor Photos by Tatum Wykes             This time of year is do or die for coffee companies as they roll out their fall flavors of pumpkin, maple, caramel, apple and spice. Coffee lovers want you to nail the original flavors, but also bring something new to the table. As a Scooter’s customer… Continue reading Coffee shop exhibits excellence every time

Campus News · Feature

Hispanic heritage month concludes with La Gran Fiesta

Lantern Staff Walking up to the Andover campus today, you are greeted by a delicious aroma of quesadillas, tacos and burritos, provided by Leo’s Taqueria and Catering. As one enters the 5000 building, Spanish music can be heard, and fellow Hispanic American Leadership Organization (HALP) members, along with faculty and staff, greet people leading them… Continue reading Hispanic heritage month concludes with La Gran Fiesta