The word “automation” may conjure ideas of jobs being replaced and robots taking over, but manufacturers around the world have had a difficult time getting rid of humans in the assembly line. Read more

Walking out of Elliott Hall of Music after an exam, a student might slide their phone out of their back pocket with shaky hands. Realizing they can’t handle their feelings without help, they might tap into the WellTrack app to input how they feel. Read more

A hot, white flash of light glows in the distance, approaching along the sidewalk with a smaller, orange pennant blinking above it. The black screen gleams as a white mass closes in. Then the hum of motors, the eventual abrupt stop and rebound reveal the unidentified object — a Starship Tech… Read more

The Purdue University Police Department celebrated the work it has done patrolling campus during its Purdue Student Security Patrol Award Recognition Banquet on Wednesday night in Rawls Hall. Read more

The dean of the College of Engineering will leave the University for one year, under Purdue President Mitch Daniels' approval, to work in the U.S. Department of State on "the economic security of the nation’s global technology initiatives," according to a Purdue press release.

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The mechanical engineering "Toy Fair" combines technology and entertainment as students showcase their innovative toys. Space-themed toys are displayed at the atrium of the Mechanical Engineering Building Monday from 8-11 a.m. After the fair, projects are kept in showcases around ME. 

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Of the memorable moments from this year’s football season — freshman receiver David Bell’s physics-defying catches, the rise of third-string walk-on quarterback Aidan O’Connell or the heartbreaking loss in the annual Old Oaken Bucket Game — one aspect remains ingrained in Purdue fans’ minds:…

With the increasing popularity of online tests and quizzes, advancements in technology may inadvertently support cheating.

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The word “automation” may conjure ideas of jobs being replaced and robots taking over, but manufacturers around the world have had a difficult time getting rid of humans in the assembly line.