A Hub on Campus tenant was expecting to have access to all her apartment’s amenities, but “on Sunday, we basically moved into an apartment that was not finished,” she said. Read more
With the advent of new forms of media, the act of play has evolved from the traditional games of hide-and-seek or tag and so on to the digital medium of video games. Read more
Editor's note: Members of Greek life are encouraged to submit and share more about their philanthropic work with The Exponent. Read more
A Purdue ID controversy spanning the summer months has come to a close, says the Tippecanoe County Election Board, whose members took questions from a crowded election board meeting last month. Read more
Purdue University will conduct evacuation drills and test its all-hazards outdoor emergency warning sirens this week during Boiler Gold Rush, the orientation program for new students. Read more
Purdue says it does not have plans to implement metal detectors at athletic venues for the 2019-20 season, unlike other local universities such as Notre Dame and Indiana University. Read more
Sixty students and professors are gathered in a room in Stewart Center. A gentle buzz of conversation permeates the early morning atmosphere. Friends greet each other after a summer away from campus, trade jokes and catch up on stories they’ve missed. Half-empty boxes of doughnuts litter a t… Read more
A Boilermaker used skills he learned as a freshman studying data science to determine if Purdue pays male and female employees equally. Read more
Each year when time tickets begin to open, some students are waitlisted as classes fill up, and advisers seem unable to help students get into necessary classes.
Starship Technologies’ food-delivery robots will temporarily roam city streets after a Tuesday approval from the Board of Works to suspend a ban prohibiting motorized vehicles on sidewalks.
Despite popular myth, application data suggests that Purdue’s application numbers are not wholly affected by the performance of its athletic programs.
Science and art intermingle as artist Anna Ridler’s work displays digital tulips and drawings made by specially modified algorithms in the Robert L. Ringel Gallery in Stewart Center.
A Hub on Campus tenant was expecting to have access to all her apartment’s amenities, but “on Sunday, we basically moved into an apartment that was not finished,” she said.
With the advent of new forms of media, the act of play has evolved from the traditional games of hide-and-seek or tag and so on to the digital medium of video games.