Caleb Ball
First Year
Sports Media major
Biddeford, Maine

What’s the best thing about being a Bulldog?
It’s hard to label one thing; Butler offers so much to their students. With it being a smaller university, there are more personable experiences and opportunities for students including ample resources for students to find new outlets off campus. The Butler community also encourages collaboration as opposed to a competitive environment among students.

What’s your favorite student activity?
I enjoy anything with some friendly competition. I was involved in the Club Soccer team this fall and am currently involved with the Table Tennis Club. I also go to the HRC frequently to play pickup basketball games.

What’s your favorite spot on campus?
For me, it’s Hinkle Fieldhouse. I love basketball and the nostalgia of that gym and all of the memories it holds.

Which faculty member has inspired you the most and why?
Scott Bridge from the College of Communication cares a lot about his students. I’ve only had a few interactions with him, but all of them have been meaningful, and I look forward to his continued guidance with securing internships in the future.

What do you want to do upon graduation?
My dream goal is to be a basketball play-by-play broadcaster, but I would be happy to be involved in sports in any capacity. I played six sports in high school so just being connected to the sports world is important for me.