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A change of scenery: Butler University spring commencement is moved to the Butler Bowl for the sixth time in history

MELISSA IANNUZZI ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR The spring 2014 commencement ceremony will take place in the Butler Bowl, due to renovations in Hinkle Fieldhouse. Seating capacity will decrease from 10,000 seats available in Hinkle to 5,100 in the stands of the Butler bowl. That does not include the seating available on the field’s turf. Seats placed

OVERTIME: Men’s soccer needs lasting support

The atmosphere at the Butler Bowl during last Wednesday’s men’s soccer match between then No. 23 Butler and defending national champion Indiana was almost unlike anything I’ve experienced at Butler. For the first time since I have been a Butler student, the Butler Bowl actually had an audible student section. The game was truly a

Meager attendance an issue for fall athletic teams

Fall sports are having a difficult time attracting people to their games and matches. The leader in attendance of all fall sports is football, which averaged fewer than 2,600 attendees per home game last year. Football is the only fall sport that averaged in the thousands. Last year, volleyball averaged 382 attendees, men’s soccer had

Football: Markley leads Butler over Davidson

The Butler football team sent its seniors out in style with a 17-7 conference win over Davidson Saturday. The game marked the final home game for Butler’s 23 seniors. Each of those seniors saw action in the win, except quarterback Andrew Huck, who is nursing a shoulder injury suffered in Butler’s Homecoming loss to Marist.

Women’s soccer: Bulldogs shine under Butler Bowl lights

While Saturday night might be all right for fighting, Saturday night was also all right for winning for the Butler women’s soccer team. The Bulldogs (6-5-0, 1-1-0) took on Wright State in the first night game ever held at the Butler Bowl and walked away with a 1-0 win over the Raiders (5-4-2, 0-1-1). “The

One for the books: Huck shines as Bulldogs win opener

The Butler football team opened its season in record-breaking fashion Saturday en route to beating Albion 31-17. Senior quarterback Andrew Huck etched his name in Butler lore, completing his first 19 passing attempts. Dwayne Ewing (2001) and Matt Kobli (2008) shared the old record for consecutive completions with 12. Kobli also set his mark against

Cents and sensibility: Butler needs to use both openly

  Butler Bowl and Hinkle Fieldhouse renovations: $2.3 million. The Howard Schrott Center for Performing and Visual Arts: $13 million. Cost of one semester at Butler, living in Residential College with a meal plan: $21,500. It would take 107 semesters for one student  to pay off the changes to the Bowl and Hinkle. As for