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Subject to change: There’s no shame in transferring

Subject to change: There’s no shame in transferring

“Just because a university isn’t for you doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with it. There’s a reason there are 4,000 degree-granting academic institutions in the United States. We all have different needs, and, as a result, different environments unleash the best versions of ourselves.”

Sizing up the tuition competition

Two documents displayed at the Mar. 28 Faculty Senate meeting are helping shed a different light on Butler University’s tuition increase for the next academic year. The documents provide a list of 25 schools Butler most often competes with for potential students, or the most common cross-applicant schools. One compares tuition and monetary costs of

Women’s soccer: Maccagnone leads in first-ever win over Purdue

With rain coming down in sheets at the Butler Bowl, the Butler women’s soccer team battled Tennessee-Martin to a scoreless draw on Sunday. The Bulldogs (3-2-1) and Skyhawks (1-3-1) had to gear up not only for a battle against each other, but also against the remnants of Hurricane Isaac. The back-and-forth affair had its fair

Softball: California swing results in struggles

A seven-game trip to Fresno, Calif., did not go well for the Butler softball team, as the Bulldogs (4-13) fell in all seven contests. The first five games of the series were part of the 2012 Bayer CropScience Classic, which was hosted by Fresno State. In the three-day event, Butler lost 10-2 to San Diego

Men’s tennis: Team continues to struggle

The Butler men’s tennis team continued its losing skid with a 7-0 home loss to No. 66 Harvard on Sunday. “I just think we are playing a couple tough schools early this season,” freshman Ruben Geeraert said. Freshman Austin Woldmoe had the team’s best singles showing against the Crimson (5-1), losing to senior Jonathan Pearlman

Men’s tennis: Bulldogs open tough schedule with loss to Ohio State

The men’s tennis team opened its 2012 spring season facing what could be some of the toughest competition it will see this year. The result was not what the Bulldogs hoped for, as they dropped a 7-0 decision to No. 3 Ohio State last Wednesday. “As a team, going up against someone like Ohio State,