“I believe in what this university stands for and we have a lot of guys that care about football and are committed to turning our program around and making a difference.”
Senior anthropology major Michaela Ivory shares her involvement with Sigma Gamma Rho and the Diversity Center, and how these organizations have impacted her time at Butler.
Blaire Trusty, a senior art and design major, has created a bulldog piece each year of school. The art ranges from acrylic paint on a traditional canvas, statues and digital paintings.
Xavier Colvin, current Butler football linebacker and son of former NFL player came out to his teammates over the summer.
Butler men’s cross country finished fourth in Terre Haute, Indiana at the John McNichols Invitational. The Bulldogs were led by senior Michael Carey who placed 12th.
Stunning the Bulldogs in a lopsided contest, Illinois State limited Butler’s offense to only 41 total yards Saturday night.
The women’s tennis team opened the fall season in a scrimmage highlighted by a No. 1 singles win from Bailey Padgett and victories in two of three doubles matches.
The Bulldogs bounced back from a loss Sept. 1 to go 2-1 at the Michigan Invitational. The two wins also included an impromptu dance session.
The Butler men’s and women’s cross-country team were led by youth and experience as they swept several teams in the Bulldogs’ first meet of the year.
Butler men’s soccer used a late rally to come from behind and top South Florida 3-2 in overtime.