Black paper covers the window of a locked door at the end of a basement corridor in the Electrical Engineering building. Classes have not been held in the room since 2014. Not after Purdue senior Andrew Boldt was murdered.
- Purdue-based startup creates educational app that could transform the way people access information about plant species
- Purdue study: Designing cities to combat climate change possible
- Three years after tragedy, Electrical Engineering lab to reopen
- Professor's research saves beloved dog
- Purdue students selected as Festival Princesses
It’s a well-known fact that one can get lost on YouTube. Or at least, that’s what happened to me on Friday night. I initially started watching Desiigner’s music video for his hit single “Panda”, and then four hours later, I found myself watching a zookeeper raise two orphaned baby tigers.
A state trooper used his knowledge from a career in law enforcement to found a utility vehicle outfitting company in Lafayette.
Bipartisan support for a bill regarding the financial crisis in Puerto Rico may help the commonwealth reorganize its debt.
Forward Caleb Swanigan doesn’t hate Purdue.
A number of Purdue's athletic facilities were damaged after a water main break early Saturday morning.
Doug Schreiber has announced that he will be stepping down as Purdue’s head baseball coach at the conclusion of the 2016 season.
A concerned group of citizens petitioned the City of West Lafayette this week to prohibit large trucks on Happy Hollow Road. The group claims these trucks have made the road dangerous to the public.
Purdue baseball closes out its campaign with the first ever four-game series at Alexander Field, welcoming Cal State Northridge to campus for the rare non-conference weekend in May.
For the second time in the last three years, the Purdue men’s golf team has advanced to the NCAA Championships, finishing fifth at the NCAA Stillwater Regional.
A team of Purdue students is making sure the environmental issues of each county along the Bicentennial torch relay route aren’t left in the dust.