This weekend’s matchup pits the Boilers against their polar opposite.
Engineering students presented their findings on Buzz Aldrin’s 2013 book to the aerospace celebrity himself on Thursday.
The 58th annual Grand Prix race has been moved to Sunday, due to predicted rain on the originally scheduled race date, Saturday.
The Purdue Center for Cancer Research recently renewed its designation as a National Cancer Institute center and was awarded with an $8 millio…
For as up-and-down as its season has been, the softball team is hitting the home stretch of the season with their two best players firmly in charge.
The students who work at the Purdue Student Farm love nothing more than getting their hands dirty, whether it be for experience, credit or for…
The first ever Hackjack event at The Anvil pitted virtual players against the house in a blackjack competition testing teams' computer programming abilities.
Saturday afternoon, Delts Racing driver and defending champion Jimmy Simpson placed first in qualifications with a time of 25.529 seconds.
Electronic dance music lovers on campus will get a chance to enjoy a free show at Slayter Hill on Saturday night.
Attendees explored sexuality across cultures through a film screening Tuesday night.
Maybe you know someone who has to choose between paying rent or feeding their children, or maybe a person who has to work three jobs to put themselves through college. If so, the Purdue Social Justice Coalition encourages you to join them in the “Fight for 15” campaign.
The John T. Myers Pedestrian Bridge construction, originally scheduled to begin in early April and last through late May, has been delayed and won't begin for another two weeks.
Sigma Nu fraternity member and former Purdue student, Eric Todderud, plead guilty April 9 of harming two guests inside the fraternity’s Purdue chapter house on Sept. 14, 2013, and for causing more than $750 in damage to a woman’s car on Oct. 1, 2014.
This weekend the Black Cultural Center held Hue-Manity: Live and in Color, which expressed thoughts, beliefs and feelings through free verse poetry. Various topics were covered passionately, ranging from relationships, love, prejudice, misperceptions and the innocence of childhood.
Each year, the Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Committee promotes its threefold mission in the form of a conference, presenting scholars’ research and discoveries, survivors’ stories and Holocaust education.
Sexual assault has always been a prevalent issue on college campuses. The ambiguity of the rape, sexual assault and the events that proceed them are often unclear to victims, attackers and the general public.
The soft sound of guitar strings playing contemporary classical music will flow through Loeb Playhouse Friday night as the Dublin Guitar Quartet takes the stage.
Students and surrounding residents will have the chance to experience the world-famous TED talks in the campus event TEDxPurdueU this Saturday.
Next week is designated Ag Week and is used to promote agriculture through various activities, ranging from petting a goat to agricultural “Jeopardy.”
The Lafayette Jazz Club will be presenting ”Women in Jazz: A Concert and Film Event” featuring the Monika Herzig Quartet and a screening of filmmaker Kay D. Ray’s “Lady Be Good.”
As much as people hate to admit, they enjoy wearing cool colors.
McCormick Place Apartments in West Lafayette foreclosed Monday on a multimillion dollar loan, apparently neglecting to inform its residents of the fact.
Warning: if you are a generic college kid looking to find some conventional artwork, the "Changing Landscapes" exhibition in the Purdue Stewart Center is not the place for you. With its transcendental imagery and manipulation of time and space, this exhibit might just blow your mind.
An Army ROTC event to raise awareness about violence against women has been canceled. The event Walk a Mile in Her Shoes was scheduled for thi…
Before finals begin, students have the opportunity to take advantage of the multitude of events taking place this week. Thursday will feature …
Singer-songwriter and actress Nellie McKay is making her second musical appearance in the Lafayette area.
International and American students were excited to be recognized for their efforts to integrate Tuesday night. International Programs held an…
Twenty-one years ago today, Kizito Kalima was thrown into the darkest depths of hell, challenged both physically and psychologically by the in…
Name: Jimmy Simpson
Purdue’s University Senate now echoes the nondiscrimination policy set forth by the president’s office on March 30 in light of Indiana’s recen…
The Purdue baseball team is looking to snap its current three-game skid on Tuesday afternoon, with the team hosting Indiana State ahead of thi…
West Lafayette police are investigating a report of an armed robbery around 2:30 a.m. Saturday (April 11) in the 400 block of S. Grant Street.
Purdue Police may have made some progress in identifying the suspect in the April 3 sexual assault that occurred in the area of State and University Streets around 12:15 a.m.
The American Association for Cancer Research is honoring Philip S. Low with the AACR Award for Outstanding Achievement in Chemistry in Cancer Research.
More details are released about the $50 million development coming to the Purdue Research Park.
Purdue president Mitch Daniels provided written comments this week to the United States Senate Budget Committee, stating "... Friends of the research enterprise should be out front in demanding bold action to reform entitlement spending and again liberate resources for the investments in new knowledge that, without public dollars, are unlikely to come any other way."