Butler’s associate director of parking and transportation said there are usually two reasons vehicles are towed: people either park in places they are not supposed to, or they drive unregistered vehicles to campus.
On April 6, the first Ball So Hard Basketball Tournament at Butler University was held outside Hinkle Fieldhouse. The tournament helped to raise $32,679 for the Center for Leadership Development.
Butler basketball season is here, which means the basketball band is ready to entertain fans and enhance their experience at the games.
Butler recently purchased metal detectors to be used at Butler basketball games and other major events on campus in an effort to increase security.
What the new Efroymson Family Gym is expected to look like after it’s renovated. Photo courtesy of Butler athletics. JOSHUA DOERING | SPORTS EDITOR | firstname.lastname@example.org Butler University announced a fundraising initiative to finance a second phase of renovations to Hinkle Fieldhouse on Oct. 19. $8 million has already been committed to the project by Butler…
Butler Ambassadors to Special Olympics put on their annual Spring Sports event, which lasts from 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. in the Health and Recreation Center and Hinkle Fieldhouse.
After weeks of uncertainty surrounding the event and rule changes that work to bridge the gap between Greek and independent students, no independent groups and only nine Greek houses are registered for the April 19 event.
The Butler Greek life tradition is postponed indefinitely citing violation of national organization policies.
Butler men’s basketball player Jordan Tucker’s love of basketball played a large role in shaping his life.
Butler ended its three game losing streak with a win over Marquette. The win came as Kelan Martin had a career game with 37 points. The fans inside and outside Hinkle loved the performance, and we captured their love of Butler, and specifically Kelan, on Twitter during the game.