Host Kennedy Aiman gives viewers an inside look at the top stories from the Collegian this week. Stories include a potential pay increase for the SGA President, the money Butler earned from the NCAA Tournament, a preview at the final visiting writer of the year and a hot take about commencement speaker David Brooks.
This week on Butlertology, Butler baseball player Michael Hartnagel stops by to talk. Also, Josh and Josh give a rundown of this past week in Butler sports.
Butler University Opera Theatre and the Butler Symphony Orchestra will perform two one-act operas, Trouble in Tahiti and Suor Angelica at the Schrott.
Josh Doering and Josh Mullenix recap the latest in Butler sports, featuring updates from the baseball, softball, lacrosse and the tennis teams. Also, golfer Kelsey McDougall sits down and talks about her love of the game and how she got here.
A special edition of Butlertology previewing the Masters with Butler women’s golfer Kelsey McDougall.
Josh Mullenix and Josh Doering are back for an all new episode of Butlertology. The guys wrap up the past week in Butler sports, catching up on all the action from baseball, to softball lacrosse and men’s and women’s golf. Plus, they dig into Butler basketball and give a deep analysis of how the season…
Butler Collegian reporter Chloe Sell hopped into Butler’s form of public transportation, Dawg Ride, to get a better idea of the driver that hauls students around every weekend.
Josh and Josh wrap up this past week in Butler sports, as well as preview what is to come for Butler in the next week. Also, Butler track runner Wade Walder joins the show.
Host Kennedy Aiman runs through the biggest stories coming out of the Collegian this week from culture, opinion and sports. Then, reporter Graeme Wright stops by to discuss in-depth his profile over Butler baseball pitcher Garrett Christman.
Josh and Josh sit down with Butler men’s golf player Logan Sabins. The two also give listeners a rundown of all things Butler sports last week and this coming week.