Tyler Lewis returned, it was Tyler Wideman’s birthday, and Butler easily beat Furman today. Twitter was in love with Butler today. We rounded up the best tweets.
Josh and Josh dive into basketball talk this week as both men’s and women’s basketball tipped off their seasons this week. Women’s basketball gets the nod for team of the week, and the guys sit down with Tori Schickel of the women’s basketball team.
Managing Editor Marisa Miller and host Kennedy Aiman discuss the top stories in the Collegian this week, including the closure of a main Butler road, a new study program in New York City and men’s and women’s soccer.
Butler men’s basketball took down Princeton at home, and the fans were having a hay day about freshman Aaron Thompson and head coach LaVall Jordan. We rounded up the best tweets.
The Butler University men’s basketball team hosts Princeton University Sunday night in the second game of the regular season. Here is everything you need to know in preparation for the game.
From editors to reporters, the Butler Collegian sports staff gives their take on how the Butler University men’s basketball team will perform this year under new head coach LaVall Jordan.
Josh and Josh give listeners a rundown of the week that was Butler sports, including how men and women’s soccer performed, Butler football’s big win and a recap of Butler men’s basketball’s final exhibition game.
Kelsie and Savannah give Butler fans a rundown of the biggest things in Butler sports from the past week, including a Butler mens basketball exhibition win and Big East seeding for womens soccer.
Butler’s all male a cappella group, Out of the Dawg House, prepares for its next album by asking for song suggestions via an online poll.
Assistant opinion editor Austin Klawitter stops by to discuss what is coming this week in the opinion section, which features a column about RA life and a follow up column on campus safety.