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Student receives ‘Sportscaster of the Year’

Nick Butler Reporting Student        There is a prestigious award that everyone in the Butler Student Sports Media program strives for. A big competition arises between all of the students for the entire year. This award is not just for the hard work put in the classroom, but it is also the work outside that helps… Continue reading Student receives ‘Sportscaster of the Year’

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 · Community News

Students reflect on Covid vaccine

Cynthia Nava Lantern Staff Among Kansans, 2.7 million have been vaccinated, 959,000 are fully vaccinated, or 32.9% of the state’s population, according to Our World in Data. Leading scientists believe it may be difficult to reach herd immunity though if more people do not get vaccinated. According to a New York Times article, “Continued immunizations,… Continue reading Students reflect on Covid vaccine


Letter to the Editor: Long live AP style

The Associated Press Stylebook becomes like the Bible to many journalists. It’s a guide and takes time to try to understand and put to use. Two students recently penned a column in the Butler Lantern, criticizing AP style, calling it inferior to MLA (Modern Language Association) style, which is used in English classes. That hit… Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Long live AP style