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Welcome back, Jimmy

Once Jimmy Fallon saw Butler University’s flash mob YouTube video, he said he couldn’t wait to visit during his week-long visit to Indianapolis for the Super Bowl. Before delivering a hilarious two-hour show on Sunday, Fallon sat down with The Collegian to discuss bulldogs, Steak ‘n Shake and traveling with his show for the very

Welcome To the Party: The Colts aren’t playing, but that’s no reason not to enjoy the Super Bowl

Indianapolis is about to become the United States’ biggest all-ages playground. This week and next, expect the city to explode with parties, zip-lining, celebrities, concerts and sheer excitement. As usual, Butler University students are right in the midst of it all, volunteering for events like the NFL Players’ Party or working at the NFL Experience.

Fallon returns for pre-Super Bowl performance

Over the past few weeks, Butler University  students’ Twitter and Facebook feeds have been covered with Jimmy Fallon tweets and messages. Now, the “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” host is making a special visit to campus during his stint here at Hilbert Circle Theatre, but the social media campaign may not have been  the sole

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

NFL greed could hurt Indy

$400 million in one weekend: that’s what the city of Indianapolis will lose out on if the National Football League and the NFL Players’ Association fail to renegotiate the collective bargaining agreement. While the league’s lockout “millionaire versus billionaire” fight continues into its fifth week, the city of Indianapolis is paying the price. Though tourism,

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