Editor's Note: A previous version of this story said that a resident found knives stabbed into her bed and Lysol in her coffee and shampoo, both of which were claims reported in Purdue University Police Department dispatch logs. PUPD has informed The Exponent that its account of events was i… Read more

Some of “the most promising Purdue student startups,” as described by the Anvil entrepreneurial club, showcased their ideas and vision to students, potential mentors and investors via a Zoom call Sunday afternoon. Read more

Work will begin May 17 to renovate the Krannert School of Management’s drawing room, a space used for study, events and conferences. The remodeling should be completed by the fall semester, according to Logan Jordan, associate dean of administration for Krannert. Read more

Just west of the “Hello Walk” on Memorial Mall sits a stone platform, which holds a sphere affixed to a curved wave of metal on top. The sculpture is supposed to be a functioning sundial, but after years of damage and vandalism, the original creator and other alumni are trying to get the sun… Read more

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Editor's Note: A previous version of this story said that a resident found knives stabbed into her bed and Lysol in her coffee and shampoo, both of which were claims reported in Purdue University Police Department dispatch logs. PUPD has informed The Exponent that its account of events was i…

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Several dozen students took to the streets of campus Friday afternoon to march for the Black Lives Matter movement. The march started at the Black Cultural Center and ended at Hovde Hall of Administration.