The Butler Collegian Newscast is back in the studio! Jake and James fill us in on the news, Veronica and Ethan host the sports corner, and Tori interviews a Butler grad student who is doing some cool things.
Butler fell to Davidson 49-35 on Oct.23 and fall to 2-6 on the season.
The Bulldogs fall to Morehead State 31-8 at Jayne Stadium, extending their losing steak to four games.
“Butler stood out to me mostly because of academics. It is one of the best academic institutions in Indiana and definitely the best academic institution that I got an offer from to play football.”
Butler falls to Drake in their PFL home opener 6-3.
After leaving campus for a couple years and then making a triumphant return, the question remains whether or not Lambda – and other Greek organizations that have done the same – should be able to bring back alumni, especially those that may have had a hand in what transpired before they left.
The Bulldogs grab their first win of the season taking down the DePauw Tigers 49-24 on homecoming.
“Butler football is looking to learn from their lackluster spring season and improve on both sides of the ball this fall.”
1940 Butler graduate Thomas Harding, who almost broke MLB’s color barrier, is America’s most forgotten Black pioneer.
The Butler football team fell to Morehead State 28-18, finishing their spring season with an 0-6 record.