Tag Archives: athletics

Butler’s extraneous expense report on campus services, buildings

Butler’s extraneous expense report on campus services, buildings

Columnist Madeleine Lucchetti explores what Butler University actually spends their money on, from new dorms to TVs in various buildings.

Overtime: MLB playoff preview

BEN SIECK | ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR After 162 regular season Major League Baseball games, 10 teams are left to see who will be crowned as 2013 World Series champions. This year’s playoff bracket features plenty of fresh faces with five different teams than last year making the postseason. One of those teams, the Pittsburgh Pirates,

OPINION | Students should experience Dawg Pound

The magical time of year known as basketball season has finally arrived at Butler University. The anticipation is building for students eager to see the Bulldogs do well in their first season in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Butler students are lucky to have free access to all university sporting events, including basketball. In Hinkle Fieldhouse,

Priority points policy helps and hinders

While many fans bought tickets at the gate for Saturday’s packed men’s basketball game against Franklin, season ticket holders have been dealing with a new way of getting for Butler University athletic event tickets. The Collegian reported last week in “Seat not saved” that the priority points system was put in place four years ago

Are you peppy enough for Hink?

Calling all potential bulldogs! The Butler University athletics department will be holding try-outs for the university mascot, “Hink,” today at Hinkle Fieldhouse. “The students just need to bring themselves and be dressed in a T-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes,” Spirit Coordinator Jamie Troyer said. “Be prepared to wear the costume.” Hink, a fan-favorite, performs at