“I feel like altogether, we have a whole new mindset of ‘we’re going to win.’ It’s not if we’re going to win, it’s ‘we’re gonna win.’ It’s totally different.”
Moral of the story is always get consent, duh, toxic masculinity sucks, and always believe survivors.
1940 Butler graduate Thomas Harding, who almost broke MLB’s color barrier, is America’s most forgotten Black pioneer.
“And here’s the piece about me that I don’t necessarily speak openly about, but it is the very heart of my story,” Hopkins said. “And that is, I feel like I was being led by a higher power, without question.”
Women’s basketball update with head coach Kurt Godlevske. Despite numerous injuries and Covid-19 struggles this season, women’s basketball is aiming to finish the season strong and gain experience for next season. Multimedia reporter Eric Young has the story.
Multimedia Reporter Eric Young talks to Butler Men’s Basketball player Jair Bolden and his thoughts on how this year is going.
Collegian reporters Christopher Tarvardian and Maeve Van Etten talked to some Butler athletes about what they have been doing these past months to stay in shape.
From columns to features to analysis, these are the Collegian sports stories read the most this school year.
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