Butler students gathered last Saturday morning to volunteer at charities throughout the Indianapolis area.
Butler University’s annual Bulldogs Into the Streets program, commonly referred to as BITS, set a record this year with over 1,600 participants—over a 100-person increase from last year’s record-breaking numbers.
Butler University students took to the streets of Indianapolis Aug. 25 for the annual Bulldogs into the Streets, a community service event. The Butler Collegian gathered various perspectives to see how it went.
Bulldogs into the Streets, commonly known as BITS, continues to increase its volunteer numbers. This year, Butler students, faculty and alumni completed almost 50 different projects.
Butler University students are gearing up for fall break—a chance to relax, go home and maybe catch up on some classwork. But relaxation isn’t for everyone. Students can also go out into the community and do some volunteer work during break. Butler students ought to use some of the break to do some community service,…