Manny Bates boxes out a Tennessee Tech guard to help lead the Bulldogs to their sixth win of the season on Dec. 3 inside Hinkle Fieldhouse. The Bulldogs cruise to their sixth win of the season led by star guard Chuck Harris who scored a new career-high 32 points against Tennessee Tech University. Multimedia co-editor…
Butler Blue IV is all smiles inside his new ride after the Bulldogs knocked off undefeated Kansas State on Nov. 30, 2022. Photo and graphic by Ethan Polak In the Big East-Big 12 Battle, Manny Bates helps lead the Butler Bulldogs to a victory over undefeated Kansas State. Managing editor Kobe Mosley and sports co-editor…
Managing editor Kobe Mosley and sports co-editor Matthew Crane recap the Bulldogs’ second win in a row as the team gets ready to head to the Bahamas for the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament next week. Video produced by multimedia co-editor Ethan Polak.
The Butler men’s basketball team knocks off St. Francis 95-67 inside Hinkle Fieldhouse. Managing editor Kobe Mosley and sports co-editor Matthew Crane recap the Bulldogs’ second win of the season.
A weekly preview of Butler sports Oct. 26 – Nov. 1.
Junior guard Myles Tate goes up to the basket during the blue-white scrimmage on Oct. 8. Photo by Claire Runkel. Multimedia reporter Ethan Polak speaks with head coach Thad Matta and star guard Chuck Harris as the Butler men’s basketball team gets ready to return to action.
Multimedia co-editor Maeve Van Etten reports about the new changes coming to Dawg Pound this year.
Graphic by Corrina Reiss. The Butler Collegian is committed to sharing diverse viewpoints from across the university and to upholding values of free speech. However, The Collegian does not endorse or promote opinions contained within any letter to the editor. Dear President James Danko and Butler Administration, Hello! My name is Kay Hyman. I am…
Multimedia reporter James Andrews asks students what they think about Butler’s new, but familiar, head coach of basketball.
Two days after parting ways with LaVall Jordan, Thad Matta was hired as head coach. In his 17 seasons as a Division I head coach, Matta has made 13 NCAA Tournaments appearances and two Final Fours.