Blaire Trusty, a senior art and design major, has created a bulldog piece each year of school. The art ranges from acrylic paint on a traditional canvas, statues and digital paintings.
Butler Blue’s collar, used for the changing of the collar ceremony, is insured by student-run insurance group, Captive at a value of $9,200. The collar was created and donated in 2012 by Reis-Nichols Jewelers.
Trip has had many roles on and off-campus over the years. With his imminent retirement coming at the end of the school year, students reflect on his impact.
The ‘spirited’ dawg loves his job as a mascot, but bearing the weight of the Butler Brand spreads him too thin. Columnist Emma Beavins explores Trip’s schedule, purpose, and availability to current students.
Two weeks into the 2023 Acceptance Tour, Butler Blue III, also known as Trip, has had the pleasure of letting approximately 18 students know that they are #ButlerBound.
After forming a cyst on his leg, Trip, also known as Butler Blue III, will be taking on a reduced roll in the coming weeks as he deals with a cyst on his paw.
Trip gets amped up leading up to Butler games. Before the Xavier game, the Collegian put a GoPro camera on him to get his point of view before the game.
It was a day Bulldog fans won’t soon forget. It what was easily the loudest night in Hinkle in a while, fans celebrated Butler taking down the No. 1 team in the country. Fans that couldn’t be there shared in on the fun through Twitter, and we have the highlights.
The Butler University mens basketball team opened its season with an exhibition against Hanover, and Hinkle Fieldhouse and Twitter had a day. Here are the best tweets.
After three attempts, the mascot finally gets the blue check on his Twitter account.