Campus News · Feature

Mass Communications professor to retire after fulfilling career

Ally Davis Editor-in-Chief There is always that one professor that has been around for years, but we do not always know their background and where they came from. Michael Swan, professor of Mass Communications, has taught at Butler for over 20 years. Since Swan was a little kid, he used to watch the news and… Continue reading Mass Communications professor to retire after fulfilling career

Campus News · Feature · Sports

Student receives ‘Sportscaster of the Year’

Nick Butler Reporting Student        There is a prestigious award that everyone in the Butler Student Sports Media program strives for. A big competition arises between all of the students for the entire year. This award is not just for the hard work put in the classroom, but it is also the work outside that helps… Continue reading Student receives ‘Sportscaster of the Year’

Campus News · Sports

Coffeyville submits an unsuccessful appeal in regards to playoff schedule change 

Adrian Holguin Student Sports Media The Coffeyville Red Ravens attempted to appeal the decision made by the KJCCC in regards to the playoff schedule change on Wednesday, Nov. 3, but the appeal was unsuccessful. The change took away Coffeyville’s ensuing game against Fort Scott and instead presented them with a first round match-up against the… Continue reading Coffeyville submits an unsuccessful appeal in regards to playoff schedule change 

Campus News · Sports

*BREAKING NEWS: Butler football forfeits wins: Self-reported ineligible player

Adrian Holguin & the Butler Student Sports Media Staff Butler football, previously 6-2, is required to forfeit their six wins after it was discovered they used an ineligible player. This news reportedly came out at noon Tuesday. “We had an ineligible player that played in a considerable amount of games,” Coach Tim Schaffner said. This… Continue reading *BREAKING NEWS: Butler football forfeits wins: Self-reported ineligible player

Campus News · Sports

Crossing the finish line of the season

William Paronto Student Sports Media The Butler Grizzlies Cross Country season came to an end after their final meet of the season on Saturday, Nov. 14. They raced in Iowa at the National Junior College Championships in Fort Dodge. The men’s team finished in the top 10 with a 10th place finish overall, while the… Continue reading Crossing the finish line of the season

Campus News · Sports

Women’s team tries to take care of unfinished business

Tucker Ashburn Butler Student Sports Media The 2020-21 Butler women’s basketball team would have been starting their season in November, but because of COVID-19, the season is pushed back to January. According to the current schedule, the season is currently set to start Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021 at home vs. Colby. Last season, the women’s… Continue reading Women’s team tries to take care of unfinished business

Campus News · Sports

It’s a rocky road, but hopes for sports

D’Ion Marley, Tucker Ashburn, Jake Wiggins and William Paronto, Butler Student Sports Media and Caylen Lowery, Reporting 1 Student Everyone knows how hard COVID is affecting the sports world. Butler Community College has been feeling those effects lately with the men’s and women’s basketball teams and volleyball team that were quarantined. All sports are going… Continue reading It’s a rocky road, but hopes for sports

Campus News · Sports

Davenport leads Butler to win in regular season finale

Bryce Hirayama Student Sports Media The Grizzlies entered Saturday’s game against the No. 3 Garden City Broncbusters following a tough loss against Iowa Western one week prior. They did not just lose the game as they also lost a few players to injuries to a team that had many throughout the year. Although the Grizzlies… Continue reading Davenport leads Butler to win in regular season finale