A three-year partnership has been formed between Purdue and Juncos Hollinger Racing, according to Purdue press release. Read more
Afghan refugees may become residents of Tippecanoe County soon, said Christian Gallo, director of the Lafayette Urban Ministry’s Immigration Clinic. Indiana’s Camp Atterbury has already accepted more than 6,000 refugees from the recent Taliban takeover in Afghanistan. Read more
The University Senate endorsed an overwhelming reprobation of the civics literacy graduation requirement in its Monday meeting. Read more
Dozens of Purdue students and community members gathered inside the Tippecanoe County building Wednesday night to protest the rezoning of 314 N Russell Street — home to the old Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house. Read more
Two Purdue students were charged with trespassing at Ross-Ade Stadium, according to a probable cause affidavit filed Wednesday. Read more
Artificial intelligence platforms and their effects on free speech were the focus of discussion between experts on Tuesday’s “Viral Voices: Whose Responsibility?” virtual panel.
At a panel dedicated to discussing food waste and ways to mitigate it, Purdue Student Government and city officials said food waste is preventable, and measures to solve the issue have already been taken.
A Lafayette man was charged with intimidation after he allegedly chased another man with a knife, according to a probable cause affidavit filed Wednesday.
A West Lafayette woman is in the hospital with serious injuries after a car crash that killed a 3-year-old boy, according to a press release from the Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Office.
The Purdue Interfraternity Council sent a statement to The Exponent Tuesday night saying the alleged rape reported at Zeta Beta Tau is "under investigation."