Multimedia Reporter Catalina Gallegos has updates on flu shots and more in this weeks newscast.
All events for Butler’s homecoming this year will be virtual. Programming will include presentations, trivia and college-specific functions.
One of homecoming’s most beloved traditions, the Bulldog Beauty Contest, took place in the HRC on Oct. 26.
The Bulldogs lost a tough 5-set match against Villanova on Oct. 25, but rebounded with a 3-0 sweep against Georgetown on Oct. 27.
The Bulldogs snapped a five-game losing streak.
Butler administration cancelled the 2018 chariot races due to Sigma Chi’s probation and safety concerns. A group of fraternity leaders then worked with Butler’s risk management department to document the plans for the 2019 races.
The Butler football team improved to 3-1 on the season with a homecoming victory over Morehead State on Sept. 29.
Kristin and Nicki rundown the biggest news of the week: Dawg Bucks at Metro, Holcomb Gardens construction and Scotty’s, and Homecoming.
“One reason is that any student organization hosting an event like that needs to be in good standing, and that’s not the case — as the traditional host has been Sigma Chi,” dean of students Sally Click said. “Right now we’re working through some concerns, and we determined it is not in their best interest right now to be hosting that event.”
Homecoming 2018 is finally here. Here’s a quick look at the planned events that are free for students.