Indiana Supreme Court Justice Brent Dickson's fellow justices praised him for his civility, grace and wit during his final day on the bench.
On April 16, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake took the lives of more than 600 people and destroyed roughly 80 percent of the buildings in Pedernales, Ecuador. What remained, besides ruins and startled survivors, was the aroma of death.
The Purdue equestrian team might just be the best team that no one knows about, according to assistant coach Krista Steinmetz.
Purdue’s Gergely Madarasz and Benjamin Ugarte were named Big Ten men’s tennis All-Conference performers Thursday prior to the start of the Big Ten Tournament. Madarasz was a unanimous first-team All-Big Ten selection, while Ugarte received second-team honors.
A professor who wrote a textbook on foreign policy is now researching the conservative take on the matter.
A team of five budding entrepreneurs from Krannert School of Management have created their own investment firm, Gold Sail Capital, with investment interest they anticipate will reach an eight figure range by this summer, according to a Purdue news release.
Purdue’s third annual Day of Giving lived up to its “Bigger and Better” theme, raising a record $18.3 million from 12,872 donations in 24 hours – and claiming, for the second year running, the record for most dollars raised for higher education through a single-day campaign.
A student composer’s incremental creative process has produced his favorite dance composition yet.
“Twin Pines Cooperative is home to 29 unique girls who come together to balance school, life and friends with a great support system. We were founded in 1952 to promote a higher understanding of group and cooperative living, encourage academic achievement and provide a place for college wome…
The Purdue pitching staff continued its recent struggles Tuesday night, allowing 10 runs against a usually unproductive Illinois State offense.
Dead week: a five day stretch where students realize that their several thousand dollar tuition investments hinge on a series of final exams. Many students spend their time trying to study and prepare for these exams, but some students have found themselves forced to take exams during dead w…