News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This semester’s winding down. If you’re going away for the summer, you only have a few days left to snag some swag. If you’re a senior, this is your last chance ever to harvest all the stuff you can get with CUID and a UNI. While one option is to pester your RA into getting you some free […]
Do you like free candy? How about free pens? Or free stickers? Or maybe free history lessons? If you somehow answered no to all of those questions, you should still head over to Hamilton Hall and check out the Charter Day celebration going on right now. Besides the giveaways, Hamilton currently houses some cool exhibits […]
Midterms got you down? Need a break from the hustle and bustle of Butler life? Well, it’s a good thing Live at Lerner is hosting a study break. At 1 PM in the Piano Lounge you can treat yourself and listen to your favorite bands before hitting the books again. You can find their Facebook […]
Take some time out of this hump day to enjoy some cool tunes at Live at Lerner. Come to the Lerner Hall Piano Lounge between 1 and 2 PM to see Side Saddle live. Who are Side Saddle? They’re a cool indie folk/pop band, according to their Facebook page, from Astoria. Lunch will be served when […]
Have you ever pondered contemporary Russian poetry, framed by the overarching authority of the Soviet government? Bwog hadn’t, but we sent Daily Editor Betsy Ladyzhets to a literary evening with Lev Oborin anyway to discuss Russian poetry over fancy cheeses and wine. Russia is, in many ways, a nation characterized by powerful leaders. From the Czars […]