Henry Bredemeier, the Collegian’s favorite Ohioan, says goodbye.
1940 Butler graduate Thomas Harding, who almost broke MLB’s color barrier, is America’s most forgotten Black pioneer.
Butler Collegian sports editor Drew Favakeh talks about what led him to Butler, and why the Butler Collegian will always hold a special place in his heart
Former Butler men’s basketball star Gordon Hayward juggles being a father of four while playing in the NBA. Ten years after Hayward spearheaded Butler to their first-ever National Championship appearance, Hayward is starring for the Charlotte Hornets.
Nyamer Diew is trying to use her rough times — the loss of her cousin and experiencing racism for the first time — to persevere.
Ever since he was little, Wilmer Cabrera Jr. has wanted to be like his dad, who played in two World Cups for Colombia in the 1990s. How does a son deal with his dad’s expectations?
Growing up, Upe Atosu had to sell beans, hawk bales of corn, and carry a tray above her head to support her family. Her mother helped her play for the Nigerian National Team and move to the United States. Since her mother passed away in 2017, Upe has had to live and play without her.
The Bulldogs have won seven of their last eight games.
After playing one season at Butler, then graduating, Rotnei Clarke has played basketball for seven years overseas. He’s raising a family, chasing a childhood dream and pondering the future.
As Butler women’s basketball battles through Big East play, one senior Bulldog leads the team by getting one thing: buckets.