This event also aims to foster cultural awareness in addition to the direct service component. His preparation for every game is so complex, but it proves worthwhile when we can compete with anyone in the nation. That is why I love this school and this basketball program. Bids are being accepted until January 24th at 5pm via email to email@example.com. I thought I had missed out on the highest point in Butler basketball history. More important than the victors, however, was the over $1,000 that was raised for Butler Philanthropic groups Help Heal Haiti and Wish Makers. Saturday, Nov. 10: 12-2 pm Tailgate before the game in the Some students only have one or two finals, or maybe even none if you’re lucky. A prime example is Ron Nored. All submissions will be given to Blue II, and select submissions will be displayed at Blue II’s Birthday Bash on campus. This year, the competition was fierce, with much speculation about who would win. ALL WEEK take pictures or yourself doing Butler Traditions to win a chance to get your picture in the time capsule. For any fellow Greeks reading this blog yes, that means that Butler University is home to the Alpha chapter! Tuesday, Nov. 13: 10-3pm Come to the Gazebo to sign a Stay tuned for future blogs! Every year, Freshman Skits is a competition put on the the Blue Key Honor Society that takes place between the new member classes of the greek houses on campus. The team deploys to disasters that affect the University of Miami and South Florida. to see what’s inside a time capsule found on BUSF Video Blog: Blue II’s Birthday and Bulldog Jog, BUSF (Butler University Student Foundation), BUSF Video Blog: Blue II’s Birthday and Bulldog Jog, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Butler-Blue-III/344497095578675. National Gandhi Day of Service, one of the biggest days of service on campus, brings together a diverse group of volunteers to volunteer at a wide variety of sites in the Miami area. This video covers all of the awesome events happening during SPIRIT WEEK! Applications for BUSF will be accepted at the beginning of the fall semester for students interested in making a difference in the campus community. He doesn’t make the game all about him by screaming up and down the court, although it is quite funny when he gets mad. Although these next couple weeks seem unbearable, I’m keeping a positive attitude, and hoping to win Geneva Stunts and have a greta visit with my family this weekend! Wednesday, Nov 14: 10-3pm Come to the Gazebo to sign a Camp Kesem Miami hosts free, week-long summer camps each year for kids who have a parent with cancer or who have lost a parent to cancer. We work to create an environment that is conducive to having open conversations and sharing accurate information regarding sex and sexual health.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org More Info: A Week For Life on Engage. traditions pictures. He looks outdated and a little sloppy. The organization specifically targets youth in low socioeconomic areas hosting after school poetry workshops in schools and local community programs. Within days, a media frenzy arose from a Trip twitter account to a Facebook page, even photo galleries of the husky bulldog on most of the local television and news networks. I can’t believe how fast everything has gone by! Monday, Nov. 12: 10-3pm Come to the Gazebo to sign a His composure on the sideline shows humility, one of the core values of “The Butler Way”. Through this program, participants foster a life-long commitment to social action and active citizenship. One event that not many people know about is Sigma Gamma Rho’s stroll off. Miami International Outreach promotes leadership and service through a medical and service-based mission trip to San Lucas, Guatemala. Butler VP to Lead Student Affairs Organization On February 21, 2011 Butler Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Levester Johnson has been selected as president-elect of NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education – the leading professional association for student affairs administrators, faculty, and graduate and undergraduate students. We create artwork to be sold so that the proceeds may go to Miami Children's Hospital. While most people paint finals week to be the most miserable time of their lives, with all nighters fueled by RedBull or countless 5 Hour Energy drinks, this is definitely not the case. Even cooler than getting to see these people though, is getting to witness their awesome character and devotion to Butler. Most people aren’t that lucky and usually end up with a few tests during the last week. I feel like we all just moved in and had our Welcome Week of introducing our biggest freshman class to the best campus ever. Put any amount of money you want in your class bucket. Our patients did not choose to be poor, but they have chosen to strive toward a better life; MEDLIFE stands beside them in this pursuit.