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Volunteering fun and worthwhile, at home and elsewhere

[cincopa AgEAWWLcfvny] By Taylor Powell A group of more than 40 Butler students traveled to New Orleans over Thanksgiving break in order to help the Hurricane Katrina rebuild effort, tour the city and celebrate diversity. Butler’s Diversity Center, located in Atherton 004, sponsored the 2013 Volunteer-Study Tour for a randomly selected group of students—a mix

RotoDawg: Week 1 player watch

The season is almost here! Tomorrow the defending champion Green Bay Packers take on the Saints from New Orleans. This game matches up two contenders to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Last year the Packers did just that in winning it all while the Saints flamed out and lost to the Seahawks in

Butler fans go crazy for local cuisine before Sweet Sixteen game in New Orleans

Butler fans are far from Indianapolis, but they’re taking the time they have in New Orleans to experience some of the local culture. Durwin Griggs, an IUPUI graduate and Butler men’s basketball season ticketholder for the last 22 years, flew into New Orleans Wednesday morning, so that he could watch Butler’s afternoon practice. “After this

Wisconsin State Journal: Taylor is among nation’s elite, Butler’s coach says

By Rob Schultz and Tom Oates, The Wisconsin State Journal NEW ORLEANS — As Jordan Taylor closes in on scoring his 1,000th career point — he needs 21 to get there — the kudos for the junior point guard keep coming in from coaches. Butler Coach Brad Stevens believes Taylor makes the University of Wisconsin

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