The writer who coined the phrase “white fragility” will speak to viewers Thursday night as part of Purdue’s ongoing “Pursuing Racial Justice Together” series. Read more
At least 12 students are facing disciplinary action that may range from probation to expulsion after reportedly attending a party in an off-campus apartment building last weekend, a Protect Purdue press release announced Monday night. Read more
A Purdue social-media campaign will promote Women's History Month throughout March using the hashtag #31PurdueWomen. Read more
Purdue officials agreed to pay a former student-athlete $50,000 as part of a July 2020 settlement after he sued the University over his alleged wrongful expulsion. Read more
Mental health issues faced by the graduate student population will be the focus of virtual events March 1-5 hosted by Purdue Graduate Student Government. Topics will range from parenting during a pandemic to academic burnout. Read more
The Exponent spoke to Purdue President Mitch Daniels on Wednesday on a variety of topics, from Purdue’s fall reopening to the Equity Task Force to his views on raising the federal minimum wage. Read a few of his responses here, and check out the full interview on our YouTube channel! Read more
Weeklong efforts aiming to destigmatize the topic of mental health will begin Monday morning with many events, including a campus-wide town hall. Read more
Purdue’s employee benefits are changing, and not necessarily for the better. Read more
Students may have to reset their wireless devices after an update to PAL and Eduroam wireless networks on March 4, according to a Purdue press release. Read more
Viraj Pathak is an international student from Dubai, and a senior in the Krannert School of Management. On Nov. 12, Pathak entered a bar near campus, where the bouncer reportedly folded his passport against the binding, damaging the stitching and rendering his student visa invalid. Read more
Mackey Arena will be filled to 12-13% capacity during the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Tippecanoe County Health Officer Jeremy Adler confirmed Wednesday. Read more
Demonstrators from West Lafayette Students for Climate Action sought signatures for their carbon neutrality petition on Monday and Tuesday. Read more
The Purdue Board of Trustees' executive committee approved motions to plan, finance, construct and award construction contracts for a Hypersonics and Applied Research Facility and a Secure Research Facility Wednesday afternoon.
Ebony Stewart was performing her final poem of the night, titled "Mental Health Barz," when she paused. The poet watched as a thin red outline of a penis slowly formed across her screen.
The writer who coined the phrase “white fragility” will speak to viewers Thursday night as part of Purdue’s ongoing “Pursuing Racial Justice Together” series.
Along with the recent additions of chairs, firepits, and a foosball table, lights were also set up along 3rd street. These lights were finally turned on Monday night. Students have been using the new area to hang out and enjoy the recent nice weather.
At least 12 students are facing disciplinary action that may range from probation to expulsion after reportedly attending a party in an off-campus apartment building last weekend, a Protect Purdue press release announced Monday night.