Who wants to worry about finding their keys in the 21st century?
Purdue is well-known for its amount of engineering graduates, but not many people know the University is also leading the nation with its coun…
It’s tough to say whether speed or strength is the better attribute for a football player, but this year’s running backs possess a lot of the latter.
“We are dealing with much more serious issues this year than we’ve seen in the past,” said monitor Dr. Frank Dooley at the Purdue Student Gove…
Purdue and Amazon may have struck a cordial deal to save students money on textbooks, but some outside textbook retailers won’t be happy until…
A mid-afternoon storm gave Purdue life, but the Boilers dropped a 2-1 10-inning affair to Rutgers on Sunday afternoon.
More than 300 walkers from communities across the nation came together Saturday at the Engineering Fountain to remember loved ones lost to suicide and to save others from becoming the next victim.
The Purdue softball team enjoyed the opening of their $13 million dollar Boilermaker Softball Stadium last weekend, and this season’s Boiler squad is deserving of such a state-of-the-art venue to call home.
The Purdue Black Voices of Inspiration choir will take the audience “Down Through The Years” this Sunday with song.
Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act was signed into law on Thursday, and there has been no comment yet from the office of Purdue president Mitch Daniels.
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The Purdue Extension service is giving community members an opportunity to learn effective ways to manage an eco-friendly residential garden and small public spaces by using “rainscaping” techniques.
The Indiana House passed the controversial “Religious Freedom” bill Monday, causing quite the kerfuffle amongst its opposition. The bill now goes to Gov. Mike Pence’s desk for his approval, who has already said he plans to sign it into law.
The “Religious Freedom” bill will give some business owners in Indiana the opportunity to refuse service based solely on their religious beliefs.
In their first series in their new home, Boilermaker Softball Stadium, the softball team dominated Big Ten foe Wisconsin to the tune of 6-0 to cap off a three-game sweep.
Every year, Purdue University’s Office of Institutional Equity recognizes Disability Awareness Month by coordinating a list of events during the month of March.
Being broke college students doesn’t stop people from drinking, but it does affect what alcohol they purchase for their weekend activities.
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."
The Indiana Department of Transportation announced yesterday that a $12.1 million patch and resurfacing project on I-65 would commence that night at 7 p.m. and extend through May 30, with the majority of the project set to take place in the Lafayette area.
How timely is the Exponent’s annual salary report! The same week Purdue administration proposed to slash custodial, clerical and office staff’s personal, sick and vacation days in the name of cost cutting and enhancing employee “performance,” we bear witness to the fact that six of the top 10 salaries at Purdue go to folks in the athletic department (five coaches and the athletic director). Soon to follow will be an alumnus or a member of the faculty’s letter to the editor lamenting this sorry state of affairs. And then, of course, the following day we will get the alumnus or student letter stating the cliché that the only reason they get paid these exorbitant salaries is because of the huge revenues generated by marquee sports at Purdue.
Purdue has almost 11 million reasons to believe in its head men’s basketball coach.
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation today announced that the Hoosier State passenger rail line, which operates four days per week between Indianapolis and Chicago, will have its last day of service on Wednesday, April 1.
Celebrating its 17th year of providing an exquisite fine dining experience for Hospitality and Tourism Management alumni and leading industry …
It’s hard for people to know if they want to pursue a certain career if they don’t actually practice it. Luckily, for students in the earth, a…
Purdue works hard every day to be an open and welcoming institution, and we stand by our university-wide policy on nondiscrimination, which pr…
While not officially taking a stance against Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the Office of the President issued a statement Monda…
On Monday afternoon at an LGBTQ event in Fowler Hall, current Purdue women's basketball freshman Bree Horrocks spoke on a panel with former Pu…