Kristin and Catalina have news for you about the College of Education, Polar Plunge and BSU Week. Jake Bedell has a review of this past week in sports.
Tonight, the Butler University Student Government Association held its presidential debate. Kristin Camiliere, host of the Butler Collegian News Report, was in Jordan Hall live to preview and recap the event.
Josh and Josh get you caught up on spring sports and break down both basketball teams.
Josh and Josh talk to baseball player Harrison Freed and react to men’s basketball’s win over Georgetown.
First-year Nadia Issa’s passion for fashion breaks down barriers of stereotypes concerning minorities and encourages people to celebrate their individuality.
It’s a new year and a new episode of Tea Time! Madi and Audrey cover trains, planes, automobiles, and movie critics, among other things. Also, new tunes are shared, because everyone needs a playlist refresh for the start of the spring semester.
Josh and Josh react to Butler men’s basketball team’s win over Seton Hall. Plus, Jenna Foreman stops by the show.
Kristin and Nicki have news for you about the cold weather today, Lambda Chi Alpha, SGA’s new structure, the university’s sustainability award, self defense and the March for Life. We welcome Jake Bedell to the show this week as he talks women’s and men’s basketball.
Josh and Josh look back at a tough weekend for Butler’s basketball teams and talk to hurdler Allie Vogeler.
Kristin and Nicki are back from break with news about the HRC’s pool, parking meters by Scotty’s Dawghouse and Metro Diner and a new Executive Director for the Butler Arts Center.