Greek life articles

Spread s’more love

Photo courtesy of Butler Alpha Chi Omega Facebook Sophie Robertson | Reporter | Spread s’more love Alpha Chi Omega S’mores brought students of all years to the campfire-lined front lawn of Butler’s Alpha Chi Omega on Aug. 31. The lure of marshmallows, chocolate and graham crackers resulted in money raised for the Alpha Chi

New members bring in new excitement to Greek life

KIRSTEN ADAIR  | STAFF REPORTER On Jan. 11, the excitement of Bid Day could be felt across Butler’s campus. Many Butler students involved in Greek life waited with anticipation. Carly Allen, a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, worked as a recruitment counselor for girls going through the recruitment process. “I think that it was a

A lot goes down when sororities dress up

PAIGE LISTON | | Opinion Columnist A girl stared in the mirror. Her eyes, framed with expertly applied mascara, stared back. Her hair was curled perfectly, the result of hours spent with an iron. A simple black dress covered her skin. It was almost time to go, so she glanced in the mirror once more

Homecoming through the ages

KATIE GOODRICH | NEWS EDITOR The image of Homecoming morning at Butler University has evolved into something distinct. Cars pull into the parking lot near the Butler Bowl early in the morning. Bulldogs from the past and present unpack their families, their food and their fun. Cheers from the chariot races carry across campus. Alumni

Greek houses on probation for Homecoming

NATALIE SMITH | CONTRIBUTING WRITER  Two Greek houses cannot participate in this year’s Homecoming activities. Sigma Chi and Phi Kappa Psi fraternities are on probation during the year’s festivities, and members cannot compete in the week’s festivities.  Levester Johnson, vice president for student affairs, said he did not have information on the specific cases regarding the