Josh Doering and Josh Mullenix give listeners an in-depth analysis of what happened in Butler sports this week. This week’s featured guest is Duvante Lane from Butler’s football team.
After Butler University announced last week that it hopes to sell alcohol at future games, the reaction from fans both on and off campus on social media has been mixed.
Host Kennedy Aiman and culture editor Carissa Marquardt talk about the stories culture is tackling in the Butler Collegian this week.
The new fraternity is working to cement a future for their Men of Principle initiative.
The Butlertology podcast, where Josh Doering and Josh Mullenix give listeners a rundown of all things Butler sports, including a recap of the week, each host’s athlete and team of the week, and in-depth interview with a Butler athlete and a rundown of all things Butler men’s basketball.
Sports editor Dana Lee sits down with Kennedy Aiman to discuss the leading sports stories of the week in The Butler Collegian.
Host Kennedy Aiman gives Collegian viewers a rundown of what they can expect to see in the news section of this week’s Butler Collegian.
In light of Ball State suicide, Butler students can seek help on-campus. Mental health and suicide awareness is a part of Butler’s Community of Care.
First year dance-performance major Darius Hickman was one of the top 100 dancers in Season 14 of “So You Think You Can Dance.”
Jordan, a Butler alum and former assistant coach is coming home. This time around, he’ll be the head coach.