For the first time since 1983, Butler will not raise tuition costs. The freeze will keep tuition at $42,510 for the 2021-22 academic year.
Butler Collegian Multimedia reporter Nicki Clark reports Butler Ranked No.1 in Midwest for Third Straight Year by U.S. News & World Report and more. Multimedia reporter Maeve Van Etten also adds how Greek life has changed this school year.
Kristin and Catalina bring Butler students the biggest news of the week, including news from the diversity center and Orr fellowship recipient news. Meanwhile, Jake has a weekly spring sports update.
Kristin and Catalina compile the latest news on Butler’s campus. Meanwhile, Jake’s got a look at the week in sports.
Kristin and Catalina have news for you about the College of Education, Polar Plunge and BSU Week. Jake Bedell has a review of this past week in sports.
Kristin and Nicki have news for you about the cold weather today, Lambda Chi Alpha, SGA’s new structure, the university’s sustainability award, self defense and the March for Life. We welcome Jake Bedell to the show this week as he talks women’s and men’s basketball.
Kristin and Nicki are back from break with news about the HRC’s pool, parking meters by Scotty’s Dawghouse and Metro Diner and a new Executive Director for the Butler Arts Center.
President Danko celebrates progress and looks towards Butler’s future at annual State of the University Address.
The HRC has put in place new rules that no longer allow for exposed backs or torsos.
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