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Butler graduate dies at 25

COLIN LIKAS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Friends and colleagues of David “Blake” Hanger remember him as “a fun-loving guy,” “strong-willed” and someone who “had a pretty good sense of humor.” Hanger—a 2011 Butler graduate who earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science—died Sunday morning after a one-month battle with injuries sustained in a car accident. He was 25

Greek house policies keep members safe

  Greek houses are making an effort to keep student safety a priority. Student safety starts, quite literally, at the front door.  Among the seven sororities and six fraternities on campus, entrance options range from fobs to keypad codes and even finger scan systems. Phi Delta Theta, a fraternity on campus, runs on the key

Student businesses bring condoms, soaps, music to campus

Expect your pockets to feel a little lighter, Butler. The Real Business Experience  projects have firmly established themselves on campus. RBE is a program for sophomore business students. Students form teams, think up a business idea and then attempt to market it to the campus community or wider, depending on the product. Businesses this year

22 Spots. 2 Sides. 1 Dispute

Hayleigh Colombo | Editor in Chief | hcolombo@butler.edu Ryan Lovelace | Staff Writer | rlovelac@butler.edu A city board’s vote on Jan. 11 to expand Butler University’s parking plan effectively brought to a screeching halt a long-standing dispute between the university and the Phi Delta Theta Foundation. Since 2009, the two parties have clashed over who

Construction firm wins award for Phi Delta Theta house

Meyer Najem, an Indianapolis construction firm, received the award of excellence from the Associated Builders and Contractors of Indiana for their construction of the environmentally-friendly Phi Delta Theta house on the Butler University campus. According to phideltatheta.org, the house was a 33-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot project consisting of a complete renovation to the 1929 structure to be